Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Marx and the crisis: missing or just missed?

Over at Crooked Timber, John Quiggin suggests that Marxian analyses of the economic crisis have been MIA. So, for the record:

Chris Rude, The World Economic Crisis and the Federal Reserve’s Response to It: August 2007-December 2008

Jim Crotty, Structural Causes of the Global Financial Crisis: A Critical Assessment of the ‘New Financial Architecture’

David Kotz, The Financial and Economic Crisis of 2008: A Systemic Crisis of Neoliberal Capitalism

Erdogan Bakir and Al Campbell, The Bush Business Cycle Profit Rate: Support in a Theoretical Debate and Implications for the Future

Engelbert Stockhammer, The finance-dominated accumulation regime, income distribution and the present crisis

Costas Lapavitsas, The Roots of the Global Financial Crisis and Financialised Capitalism: Crisis and Financial Expropriation

Gerard Duménil and Dominique Lévy, The Crisis of Neoliberalism and U.S. Hegemony

Anwar Shaikh on Marx and the crisis (video)

Rick Wolff, Economic Crisis from a Socialist Perspective

Robert Brenner, What Is Good for Goldman Sachs Is Good for America: The Origins of the Current Crisis

John Bellamy Foster and Harry Magdoff, Financial Implosion and Stagnation: Back To The Real Economy

1 comment:

  1. Add to your list one of my favorites, David McNally's “From Financial Crisis to World Slump: Accumulation, Financialisation, and the Global Slowdown, Historical Materialism, Vol. 17, No. 2, pg 39