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Volume 43, issue 6, 2019

Lincoln’s well-considered political economy (the ‘American System’) trumped the Free Trade British System pp. 1439-1458 Downloads
Emir Phillips
On the necessity of money in an exchange-constituted economy: the cases of Smith and Marx pp. 1459-1483 Downloads
Isabella M Weber
No price without value: towards a theory of value and price pp. 1485-1498 Downloads
Dave Elder-Vass
Firms’ leverage ratio and the Financial Instability Hypothesis: an empirical investigation for the US economy (1970–2014) pp. 1499-1523 Downloads
Italo Pedrosa
Competent demand pull and technological flows within sectoral systems: the evidence on differences within Europe pp. 1525-1547 Downloads
Cristiano Antonelli and Agnieszka Gehringer
The quality of employment in the early labour market experience of young Europeans pp. 1549-1575 Downloads
Gabriella Berloffa, Eleonora Matteazzi, Alina Şandor and Paola Villa
Monopoly capital and entrepreneurship: whither small business? pp. 1577-1595 Downloads
Thomas Lambert
A Kaldor–Schumpeter model of cumulative growth pp. 1597-1621 Downloads
João Romero
Exchange rate movements, export sophistication and direction of trade: the development channel and North–South trade flows pp. 1623-1652 Downloads
Mustafa Caglayan and Firat Demir
Was Keynes a socialist? pp. 1653-1682 Downloads
Edward W Fuller
Explaining the fame of Friedman’s Presidential Address pp. 1683-1700 Downloads
James Forder and Kardin Sømme
The past and future of the social sciences. A Schumpeterian theory of scientific development? pp. 1701-1722 Downloads
Stefano Lucarelli, Alfonso Giuliani and Hervé Baron

Volume 43, issue 5, 2019

Surplus country adjustment: revisiting the post-World War II Scarce Currency Clause pp. 1149-1182 Downloads
Rosario Patalano
The financialisation–offshoring nexus and the capital accumulation of US non-financial firms pp. 1183-1218 Downloads
Tristan Auvray and Joel Rabinovich
Money creation under full-reserve banking: a stock–flow consistent model pp. 1219-1249 Downloads
Patrizio Lainà
The role of intangible assets in explaining the investment–profit puzzle pp. 1251-1286 Downloads
Özgür Orhangazi
Competing for hours: unstable work schedules and underemployment among hourly workers in Canada pp. 1287-1314 Downloads
Elaine McCrate, Susan J Lambert and Julia R Henly
Neutral technical progress and the measure of value: along the Kaldor–Kennedy line pp. 1315-1332 Downloads
Up Sira Nukulkit
Demand drives growth all the way: Goodwin, Kaldor, Pasinetti and the Steady State pp. 1333-1352 Downloads
Lance Taylor, Duncan Foley and Armon Rezai
Power: a Marxist view pp. 1353-1375 Downloads
Giulio Palermo
Between Berlin and Cambridge: classical conceptions of the general economic equilibrium in the late 1920s pp. 1377-1395 Downloads
Roberto Marchionatti
How can we restore the generality of the General Theory? pp. 1397-1415 Downloads
Teodoro Dario Togati
Malthus on social classes: higher, lower and middle pp. 1417-1435 Downloads
John Pullen
Erratum: Marx’s transformation problem and Pasinetti’s vertically integrated subsystems pp. 1437-1437 Downloads
Ian Wright

Volume 43, issue 4, 2019

Financialisation and the new capitalism? pp. 799-804 Downloads
Giuseppe Fontana, Christos Pitelis and Jochen Runde
Platform economy as a new form of capitalism: a Régulationist research programme pp. 805-824 Downloads
Matthieu Montalban, Vincent Frigant and Bernard Jullien
Financialisation, institutions and financing constraints in developing countries pp. 825-866 Downloads
Charilaos Mertzanis
Financial markets and the working class in the USA: an empirical investigation of financial stress pp. 867-890 Downloads
Michael J McCormack
Exercising the ‘governance option’: labour’s new push to reshape financial capitalism pp. 891-916 Downloads
Stephen F Diamond
Financialisation in context: the case of Italy pp. 917-936 Downloads
Guglielmo Forges Davanzati, Andrea Pacella and Angelo Salento
The impact of financialisation on the wage share: a theoretical clarification and empirical test pp. 937-974 Downloads
Karsten Kohler, Alexander Guschanski and Engelbert Stockhammer
Financialisation and tendencies towards stagnation: the role of macroeconomic regime changes in the course of and after the financial and economic crisis 2007–09 pp. 975-999 Downloads
Eckhard Hein
Towards (de-)financialisation: the role of the state pp. 1001-1027 Downloads
Ewa Karwowski
Shadow banking and the financial side of financialisation pp. 1029-1051 Downloads
Eugenio Caverzasi, Alberto Botta and Clara Capelli
Transformation of banking reconsidered: how feasible is ‘de-financialisation’? pp. 1053-1071 Downloads
Robert Sweeney
Labour share decline, financialisation and structural change pp. 1073-1102 Downloads
Riccardo Pariboni and Pasquale Tridico
Too big to manage: US megabanks’ competition by innovation and the microfoundations of financialization pp. 1103-1121 Downloads
Nicole Cerpa Vielma, Hasan Cömert, Carmela D’Avino, Gary Dymski, Annina Kaltenbrunner, Eirini Petratou and Mimoza Shabani
The entwined futures of financialisation and cities pp. 1123-1148 Downloads
Priya S Gupta

Volume 43, issue 3, 2019

The nature of heterodox economics revisited pp. 527-539 Downloads
Yannick Slade-Caffarel
An empirical analysis of Minsky regimes in the US economy pp. 541-583 Downloads
Leila E Davis, Joao Paulo A de Souza and Gonzalo Hernandez Jimenez
An empirical contribution to Minsky’s financial fragility: evidence from non-financial sectors in Japan pp. 585-622 Downloads
Hiroshi Nishi
Capital intensity, unproductive activities and the Great Recession in the US economy pp. 623-647 Downloads
Lefteris Tsoulfidis and Dimitris Paitaridis
Technical and structural change, and the fall in the manufacturing output–capital ratio in Mexico, 1990–2015 pp. 649-675 Downloads
Carlos A Ibarra
Collective wage bargaining and the role of institutional stability: a cross-national comparison of macroeconomic performance pp. 677-694 Downloads
Bernd Brandl and Christian Ibsen
The structure and sustainability of China’s debt pp. 695-715 Downloads
Lixin Sun
Cyclical fluctuations and the structure of production pp. 717-732 Downloads
Giampaolo Garzarelli, Peter Lewin and Bill Tulloh
Austerity and gender inequalities in Europe in times of crisis pp. 733-767 Downloads
Cristiano Perugini, Jelena Žarković Rakić and Marko Vladisavljevic
The problematic nature and consequences of the effort to force Keynes into the conceptual cul-de-sac of Walrasian economics pp. 769-783 Downloads
Mark Pernecky and Paul Wojick
Do not take peace for granted: Adam Smith’s warning on the relation between commerce and war pp. 785-797 Downloads
Maria Pia Paganelli and Reinhard Schumacher

Volume 43, issue 2, 2019

Technological revolutions and speculative finance: evidence from the British Bicycle Mania pp. 271-294 Downloads
William Quinn
Why women do not ask: gender differences in fairness perceptions of own wages and subsequent wage growth pp. 295-310 Downloads
Christian Pfeifer and Gesine Stephan
Trade Imbalances and Fiscal Policy in the Eurozone: An Analysis of Economic Interrelations with a Global Supermultiplier Input-Output Model pp. 311-334 Downloads
Ferran Portella-Carbó and Óscar Dejuán
Internal devaluation in a wage-led economy: the case of Spain pp. 335-360 Downloads
Ignacio Álvarez, Jorge Uxó and Eladio Febrero
Wealth distribution in Cuba (2006–2014): a first assessment using microdata1 pp. 361-383 Downloads
Dayma Echevarría, Alberto Gabriele, Sara Romanò and Francesco Schettino
Graph representation of balance sheets: from exogenous to endogenous money pp. 385-411 Downloads
Cyril Pitrou
A supermultiplier Stock-Flow Consistent model: the “return” of the paradoxes of thrift and costs in the long run? pp. 413-442 Downloads
Lidia Brochier and Antonio Carlos
Long-run variation in capacity utilization in the presence of a fixed normal rate pp. 443-463 Downloads
Mark Setterfield
Mark-up pricing, sectoral dynamics, and the traverse process in a two-sector Kaleckian economy* pp. 465-479 Downloads
Shinya Fujita
Education and ‘human capitalists’ in a classical-Marxian model of growth and distribution pp. 481-506 Downloads
Amitava Dutt and Roberto Veneziani
The Sraffian Methodenstreit and the revolution in economic theory pp. 507-525 Downloads
Nuno Martins

Volume 43, issue 1, 2019

Adam Smith’s foundational idea of sympathetic persuasion1 pp. 1-15 Downloads
Leonidas Montes
Adam Smith and Thorstein Veblen on the Pursuit of Status Through Consumption versus Work pp. 17-36 Downloads
Jon D WismanProfessor of Economics
The Labour Demand of Firms: An Alternative Conception Based on the Capabilities Approach pp. 37-60 Downloads
Eduardo Fernández-Huerga
On the impossibility of central bank independence: four decades of time- (and intellectual) inconsistency pp. 61-84 Downloads
Christopher Hartwell
Demographic growth, Harrodian (in)stability and the supermultiplier pp. 85-106 Downloads
Olivier Allain
A classical-Marxian model of antebellum slavery pp. 107-138 Downloads
John Clegg and Duncan Foley
Manufacturing matters…but it’s the jobs that count pp. 139-168 Downloads
Jesus Felipe, Aashish Mehta and Changyong Rhee
Marx’s transformation problem and Pasinetti’s vertically integrated subsystems pp. 169-186 Downloads
Ian Wright
An Evolutionary Analysis of Industrial Districts: The Changing Multiplicity of Production Know-How Nuclei pp. 187-204 Downloads
Marco Bellandi, L De Propris and Erica Santini
Poverty Alleviation as an Economic Problem pp. 205-221 Downloads
Adam Martin and Matias Petersen
Economics of Late Development and Industrialization: Putting Gebrehiwot Baykedagn (1886–1919) in Context pp. 223-248 Downloads
Zinabu Samaro RekisoPhD Candidate
Alfred Marshall’s household economics: the role of the family in cultivating an ethical capitalism pp. 249-267 Downloads
Miriam Bankovsky
Alfred Marshall’s household economics: the role of the family in cultivating an ethical capitalism pp. 269-269 Downloads
Miriam Bankovsky
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