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1997 - 2022

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Volume 80, issue 1, 2022

Introduction to the special issue ‘digital behavioral technologies, vulnerability, and justice’ pp. 1-6 Downloads
Lisa Herzog, Philipp Kellmeyer and Verina Wild
Digital behavioral technology, vulnerability and justice: towards an integrated approach pp. 7-28 Downloads
Lisa Herzog, Philipp Kellmeyer and Verina Wild
Tales of self-empowerment through digital health technologies: a closer look at ‘Femtech’ pp. 29-57 Downloads
Tereza Hendl and Bianca Jansky
Informed consent and algorithmic discrimination – is giving away your data the new vulnerable? pp. 58-84 Downloads
Hauke Behrendt and Wulf Loh
(Online) manipulation: sometimes hidden, always careless pp. 85-105 Downloads
Michael Klenk
How intelligent neurotechnology can be epistemically unjust. An exploration into the ethics of algorithms pp. 106-126 Downloads
Sebastian Schleidgen, Orsolya Friedrich and Andreas Wolkenstein

Volume 79, issue 4, 2021

Re-visiting rules and norms pp. 607-635 Downloads
Steve Fleetwood
Reference group inequality, positional goods, and their impact on subjective well-being: evidence from Turkey pp. 636-663 Downloads
M. Burak Önemli and Joel Potter
Economics in sociology? Original economic theories, concepts and approaches in classical sociologists pp. 664-716 Downloads
Milan Zafirovski
Dimensions of religiosity, altruism and life satisfaction pp. 717-748 Downloads
Ilker Kaya, Volkan Yeniaras and Ozgur Kaya
Inclusive legal justice for inclusive economic development: a consideration pp. 749-783 Downloads
Kimty Seng

Volume 79, issue 3, 2021

Introduction to the special issue on market socialism pp. 413-418 Downloads
Hannes Kuch and Gottfried Schweiger
A socialist justification of the market pp. 419-438 Downloads
Man-kong Li
Public ownership, worker control, and the labour epistocracy problem pp. 439-453 Downloads
Nicholas Vrousalis
Who cares? Market socialism and social reproduction pp. 454-475 Downloads
Mirjam Müller
Justice, ethical dispositions, and liberal socialism pp. 476-505 Downloads
Hannes Kuch
John Stuart Mill: market socialist? pp. 506-527 Downloads
Helen McCabe
Market socialism, labour market domination, and the state as employer of last resort pp. 528-553 Downloads
Alan Thomas
Property-owning democracy, market socialism and workplace democracy pp. 554-580 Downloads
Christian Neuhäuser
Market socialism as a form of life pp. 581-606 Downloads
Tully Rector

Volume 79, issue 2, 2021

A definition of habit for socio-economics pp. 131-165 Downloads
Steve Fleetwood
Social capital – a topsoil for democracy pp. 166-190 Downloads
Kanybek Nur-tegin
Market competition and ethical standards: the case of fair trade mainstreaming pp. 191-221 Downloads
Eefje de Gelder, Albert de Vaal, Paul H. Driessen, Esther-Mirjam Sent and Josée Bloemer
Wage dynamics in light of the structural changes in the labour market across four more economically developed countries of Europe pp. 222-260 Downloads
Rosalia Castellano, Gaetano Musella and Gennaro Punzo
Do trustful labor–management relations enhance innovation? Evidence from German WSI data pp. 261-285 Downloads
Sergei Hoxha and Alfred Kleinknecht
Universalism vs. particularism: a round trip from sociology to economics pp. 286-309 Downloads
Guido de Blasio, Diego Scalise and Paolo Sestito
Non-market institutions and crime in US counties: Hayek v. Polanyi pp. 310-332 Downloads
Roland Zullo
Phenomenology and heterodox economics pp. 333-356 Downloads
Geoffrey Poitras
Linkage between social sector’s spending and HDI: study on individual as well as panel data of Indian states pp. 357-379 Downloads
Ramesh Chandra Das, Chhanda Mandal and Arun Kumar Patra
What is structural about unemployment in OECD countries? pp. 380-412 Downloads
Philipp Heimberger

Volume 79, issue 1, 2021

Introduction to the special issue of ROSE pp. 1-2 Downloads
Vivek Chibber
Induced technology hypothesis. Acemoglu and Marx on deskilling (skill replacing) innovations pp. 3-24 Downloads
Korkut Alp Ertürk
The dialectics of differentiation: Marx's mathematical manuscripts and their relation to his economics pp. 25-50 Downloads
Peter Hans Matthews
The historical evolution of the cost of social reproduction in the United States, 1959–2012 pp. 51-75 Downloads
Katherine A. Moos
The network of empire and universal capitalism: imperialism and the laws of capitalist competition pp. 76-102 Downloads
Ramaa Vasudevan
How exploiters dominate pp. 103-130 Downloads
Nicholas Vrousalis

Volume 78, issue 4, 2020

Manifold exploitations: toward an intersectional political economy pp. 451-472 Downloads
Nancy Folbre
Unfair advantage and exploitation: comments on Folbre pp. 473-478 Downloads
Debra Satz
Rethinking drugs pp. 479-506 Downloads
Sasha Breger Bush and Matthew Kriese
When bribery helps the poor pp. 507-531 Downloads
Philip Nel
Does unemployment aggravate suicide rates in South Africa? Some empirical evidence pp. 532-560 Downloads
Andrew Phiri and Doreen Mukuku
Roscas without sanctions pp. 561-579 Downloads
Francesco Reito

Volume 78, issue 3, 2020

Preface to the Special Issue on Workplace Democracy pp. 281-285 Downloads
Roberto Frega and Lisa Herzog
Democratic equilibria: Albert Hirschman and workplace democracy pp. 286-306 Downloads
Stanislas Richard
The epistemic potentials of workplace democracy pp. 307-330 Downloads
Felix Gerlsbeck and Lisa Herzog
Workplace democracy and corporate human rights responsibilities pp. 331-350 Downloads
Christian Neuhäuser and Andreas Oldenbourg
Work autonomy and workplace democracy: the polarization of the goods of work autonomy in the two worlds of work pp. 351-372 Downloads
Chi Kwok
The ‘protective function’ of social enterprises: understanding the renewal of multiple sets of motivations pp. 373-410 Downloads
Ermanno Tortia, Silvia Sacchetti and Vladislav Valentinov
Ownership and control rights in democratic firms – a republican approach pp. 411-430 Downloads
Inigo Gonzalez-Ricoy
The power of (the) union: trade-unionism and workplace democracy in a French recovered factory pp. 431-449 Downloads
Maxime Quijoux

Volume 78, issue 2, 2020

Progress is back pp. 119-127 Downloads
Marc Fleurbaey and Marie-Laure Salles-Djelic
Why corporations inhibit social progress: a brief review of corporations from chapter 6 ‘Markets, Finance and Corporations. Does Capitalism have a Future?’ pp. 128-138 Downloads
Lorraine Talbot
Competitive accumulation, the geographical transfer of value, and global environmental change pp. 139-145 Downloads
Liam Campling
International panel on social progress: chapter on ‘The future of work – good jobs for all’ pp. 146-150 Downloads
Adrian Smith
Egalitarian redistribution in the era of hyper-globalization pp. 151-184 Downloads
Gianluca Grimalda, Alain Trannoy, Fernando Filgueira and Karl Ove Moene
Inequality and Democracy: A response to the International Panel on Social Progress (IPSP) Report 2018 pp. 185-202 Downloads
Simon Reid-Henry
Do governments matter? Provincial policy and redistribution in two Canadian provinces, 1990–2010 pp. 203-233 Downloads
Anupam Das, Mara Fridell, Ian Hudson and Mark Hudson
Religious affiliation and earnings: Evidence from Brazil pp. 234-255 Downloads
Luan V. Bernardelli, Michael A. Kortt and Ednaldo Michellon
Constraints on policymaking in high sovereign debt countries: case studies of Italy and Japan pp. 256-279 Downloads
Larry Liu

Volume 78, issue 1, 2020

Social coordination pp. 1-3 Downloads
Amitava Dutt and Roberto Veneziani
Social coordination problems in classical and Marxian political economy pp. 4-34 Downloads
Duncan Foley
History vs. equilibrium one more time: how Keynes’s General Theory foundered on the rocks of comparative statics pp. 35-52 Downloads
Stephen A. Marglin
Solving the paradox of mass investment: expertise, financial inclusion and inequality in the politics of credit pp. 53-76 Downloads
Simone Polillo
Managing the discontent of the losers pp. 77-97 Downloads
Mark Setterfield
Where do profits and jobs come from? Employment and distribution in the US economy pp. 98-117 Downloads
Lance Taylor and Özlem Ömer
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