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1997 - 2023

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Volume 81, issue 3, 2023

Uncertainty and economic futures in the public sphere: an introduction pp. 335-341 Downloads
Amitava Krishna Dutt
Crisis, reputation, and the politics of expertise: fictional performativity at the Bank of Italy pp. 342-362 Downloads
Simone Polillo
Imagining the future in Irish budgets 1970–2015: a mixed-methods discourse analysis pp. 363-386 Downloads
Ewan MacDonald, Brendan K. O’Rourke and John Hogan
Prescribing and avoiding remedies: how industrial associations advanced futures out of the Brazilian recession (2014–2016) pp. 387-416 Downloads
André Vereta-Nahoum
Corporate risk reporting about Brexit as political communication pp. 417-441 Downloads
Ekaterina Svetlova
Why expanding capabilities does not necessarily imply reducing injustice: an assessment of Amartya Sen’s Idea of Justice in the context of Mexico’s Oportunidades/Prospera pp. 442-468 Downloads
Oscar Garza-Vázquez
Essentially unemployed: potential implications of the COVID-19 crisis and fiscal response on income inequality pp. 469-492 Downloads
Ansel Schiavone
Regulating for gender equality in business: the law on gender quotas and the network of interlocking directorates in Norway, 2008–2016 pp. 493-519 Downloads
Trond Løyning

Volume 81, issue 2, 2023

‘Give me your watch and I will tell you the time’: crisis and austerity in the European Union from a Bourdieusian perspective pp. 173-195 Downloads
Asimina Christoforou
The dynamics and conditions of material forms of ‘commons-based peer production’. Towards a reappropriation of living conditions? pp. 196-224 Downloads
Yannick Rumpala
Monopsony and collective action in an institutional context pp. 225-245 Downloads
Mark Stelzner and Mark Paul
Public health systems in the age of financialization: lessons from the French case pp. 246-273 Downloads
Ana Carolina Cordilha
Attribute substitution, earlier-generation economic approaches and behavioural economics pp. 274-303 Downloads
Theodore Koutsobinas
Designing a virtuous political economy: an adaptation of Unto This Last emphasizing individual conscience and self determination pp. 304-333 Downloads
Kirsten Madden and Nicholas Armstrong

Volume 81, issue 1, 2023

Introduction to the special issue: Justice and solidarity in Europe pp. 1-7 Downloads
Andrea Sangiovanni and Juri Viehoff
A just yet unequal European Union: a defense of moderate economic inequality* pp. 8-36 Downloads
Andreas Follesdal
Solidarity and autonomy in the European Union pp. 37-60 Downloads
Helder De Schutter
Differentiated integration as a fair scheme of cooperation pp. 61-83 Downloads
Richard Bellamy and Sandra Kröger
Monetary solidarity in Europe: can divisive institutions become ‘moral opportunities’? pp. 84-104 Downloads
Waltraud Schelkle
The European Union and cross-national solidarity: safeguarding ‘togetherness’ in hard times pp. 105-129 Downloads
Maurizio Ferrera
Self-fulfilling crises in the Eurozone and the institutional preconditions of republican sovereignty pp. 130-153 Downloads
Stefano Merlo
Designing the fiscal-monetary nexus: policy options for the EU pp. 154-171 Downloads
Peter Dietsch

Volume 80, issue 4, 2022

Economics and climate justice activism: assessing the financial impact of the fossil fuel divestment movement pp. 423-460 Downloads
Tyler Hansen and Robert Pollin
Collectivity and the capability approach: survey and discussion pp. 461-490 Downloads
Ortrud Leßmann
The big cost of big medicine – calculating the rent in private healthcare pp. 491-513 Downloads
Mark Joseph Stelzner and Daniel Taekmin Nam
The US labor share of income: what shocks matter? pp. 514-549 Downloads
Ivan Mendieta-Muñoz, Codrina Rada, Márcio Santetti and Rudiger von Arnim
A note on the relationship between additive separability and decomposability in measuring income inequality pp. 550-565 Downloads
Ben Fine and Pedro Mendes Loureiro

Volume 80, issue 3, 2022

Economics for (and by) humans pp. 269-282 Downloads
Julie A. Nelson
Women, labour market outcomes and religion: evidence from the British labour market pp. 283-313 Downloads
Yousef Daoud and Nabil Khattab
Determinants of rising profit rates in India’s rural industries pp. 314-335 Downloads
Nabanita Mitra and Debarshi Das
Doing good, feeling good: causal evidence from volunteers pp. 336-358 Downloads
Catherine Deri Armstrong, Rose Anne Devlin and Forough Seifi
Income stagnation and housing affordability in the United States pp. 359-386 Downloads
Luke Petach
Endogenous peer effects and level of informality: some evidence from micro and small firms in Cameroon pp. 387-421 Downloads
Ariel Herbert Fambeu and Georges Dieudonné Mbondo

Volume 80, issue 2, 2022

The confounding problem of the counterfactual in economic explanation* pp. 127-137 Downloads
George F. DeMartino
Effect of religion on the risk behaviour of rural Ghanaian women: evidence from a controlled field experiment pp. 138-171 Downloads
Emmanuel Ayifah, Aylit Tina Romm, Umakrishnan Kollamparambil and Stephen A. Vosti
A simple model of some possible long-run adverse effects of inflation targeting pp. 172-193 Downloads
Emiliano Libman
Rethinking neoliberalism after the Polanyian turn pp. 194-219 Downloads
Samuel Knafo
Quality of governance, social capital and corruption: local governance and the Pakistan marketplace pp. 220-249 Downloads
Muhammad Salman Khan
Choosing pictures at an exhibition: do identity values influence the willingness to pay for art? pp. 250-267 Downloads
Claudio Detotto, Marta Meleddu and Marco Vannini

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
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