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The Review of Black Political Economy

1970 - 2017

Current editor(s): C. Conrad

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Springer
National Economic Association
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Volume 1, issue 4, 1971

The political economy of American racism — Nonblack decision-making and black economic status pp. 3-39 Downloads
Robert Vowels
Comment pp. 40-42 Downloads
James Hefner
Ghetto economic development: Content and character of the literature pp. 43-71 Downloads
Thaddeus Spratlen
Comment pp. 72-74 Downloads
Herrington Bryce
Problems of economic growth in the black community: Some alternative hypotheses pp. 75-107 Downloads
Frank Davis
Comment pp. 108-109 Downloads
Edward Irons
Bonus, schemes, & racism pp. 110-120 Downloads
Duran Bell
Comment pp. 121-125 Downloads
John Handy
Comment pp. 126-129 Downloads
Donald Harris
Bonus schemes and racism: Reply pp. 130-132 Downloads
Duran Bell

Volume 1, issue 3, 1971

Economics and black people pp. 3-21 Downloads
Thomas Sowell
A neo-mercantilistic model for maximizing ghetto income pp. 22-27 Downloads
John Niedercorn
Cash flows in a ghetto community pp. 28-39 Downloads
Robert Browne
Savings, capital accumulation, and voluntary taxes pp. 40-46 Downloads
Richard America
Economics and black poverty pp. 47-64 Downloads
Charles Sackrey
The Caribbean free trade association: Provisions and implications pp. 65-77 Downloads
Vincent McDonald
Black central cities: Dispersal or rebuilding (Part II) pp. 78-99 Downloads
Peter Labrie
Readers’ commentary pp. 100-100 Downloads
Charles Sackrey
Book review pp. 120-126 Downloads
Vernon Dixon and Thaddeus Spratlen

Volume 1, issue 2, 1970

Black central cities: Dispersal or rebuilding pp. 3-27 Downloads
Peter Labrie
Industrialization of the “black economy” pp. 28-46 Downloads
C. Winegarden
Black economic development and income drain pp. 47-56 Downloads
Daniel Mitchell
Barriers to black participation in the American economy pp. 57-67 Downloads
Robert Browne
Alternative policies for increasing the earnings of migratory farm workers pp. 68-82 Downloads
Herrington Bryce
The broadcast industry and Black cultural restitution pp. 83-98 Downloads
Donald Hill
Readers’ commentary pp. 99-108 Downloads
Norman Girvan and Jesse Morris
The 1970 Workshop of the Caucus of Black Economists-Notes and Abstracts of Papers pp. 109-116 Downloads
Thaddeus Spratlen
Book reviews pp. 117-122 Downloads
Robert Browne and Bernard Anderson

Volume 1, issue 1, 1970

Outputs of minority entrepreneurship programs pp. 3-17 Downloads
Glenn Dixon
Toward an overall assessment of our alternatives pp. 18-26 Downloads
Robert Browne
The myth and irrationality of Black capitalism pp. 27-35 Downloads
James Boggs
The Black manifesto pp. 36-44 Downloads
James Forman
What do you people want? pp. 45-57 Downloads
Richard America
The basic economics of the urban and racial crisis pp. 58-83 Downloads
Daniel Fusfeld
Brimmer and Black Capitalism: An analysis pp. 84-90 Downloads
Charles Tate
The Role of Black Managers in Society pp. 91-93 Downloads
Flournoy Coles
Book reviews pp. 94-111 Downloads
Thaddeus Spratlen, Charles Wilson and Robert Browne
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