Publications

Books, Articles, Books Chapters, and Reviews

Books

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  1. Microeconomic Theory: A Heterodox Approach, London: Routledge. 2017 (forthcoming).
  2. Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Heterodox Economics, edited with Bruce Cronin, Edward Elgar, 2016
  3. Marx, Veblen, and the Foundations of Heterodox Economics: Essays in Honor of John F. Henry, edited with Tae-Hee Jo, London: Routledge. 2015
  4. Social Costs of Markets and Economic Theory (edited), Wiley-Blackwell, 2014; also appeared as the the November 2013 issue of the AJES.
  5. Markets, Competition, and the Economy as a Social System (edited), Wiley-Blackwell, 2013; also appeared as the April 2013 issue of the AJES.
  6. In Defense of Post-Keynesian and Heterodox Economics:  Responses to their critics (edited with Marc Lavoie), Routledge, 2012.
  7. Social Provisioning, Embeddedness and Modeling the Economy (edited), Wiley-Blackwell, 2011; also appeared as the November 2011 issue of the AJES.
  8. Social, Methods, and Microeconomics:  Contributions to doing economics better (edited), Wiley-Blackwell, 2011; also appeared as the April 2011issue of the AJES.
  9. Evaluating Economic Research in a Contested Discipline:  Ranking, pluralism, and the future of heterodox economics (edited with W. Elsner), Wiley-Blackwell, 2010; also appears as the November 2010 issue of the AJES.
  10. A History of Heterodox Economics:  Challenging the mainstream in the twentieth century, Routledge,  2009.
  11. Radical Economics and Labor:  Essays Inspired by the IWW Centennial (edited with Jon Bekken), Routledge,  2009.
  12. Post Keynesian Price Theory, Cambridge University Press, 1998.  Reprinted in paperback, November, 2006.
  13. A Monetary Theory of Employment by Gardiner C. Means (edited with Warren Samuels), M. E. Sharpe, 1994.
  14. Oxford Economics and Oxford Economists 1922 – 1971:  Recollections of Students and Economists (edited), Bodliean Library, Oxford, 1993, (MS. Eng. c. 4819).
  15. The Economics of P. W. S. Andrews:  A Collection (edited with Peter E. Earl), Edward Elgar, 1993.
  16. Oxford Economics and Oxford Economists (co‑authored with Warren Young), Macmillan, 1993.
  17. The Heterodox Economics of Gardiner C. Means:  A Collection (edited with Warren J. Samuels), M. E. Sharpe, 1992.

Articles

  1. “The UK Research Assessment Exercise and the narrowing of UK economics,” with Xuan Pham and Gyun Gu, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 37 (4): 693-717. 2013.
  2. “Heterodox Surplus Approach:  Production, Prices, and Value Theory,” Bulletin of Political Economy, 6.2 (2012).
  3. “Heterodox Economics and its Critics,” Review of Political Economy, 24.2 (2012).
  4. Être ou ne pas être hétérodoxe : réponse argumentée aux détracteurs de l’hétérodoxie,” Revue Francaise De Socio-Economie, 8 (2011).
  5. “Modeling the Economy as a Whole:  An Integrative Approach,” American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 70.5 (2011).
  6. “Social Surplus Approach and Heterodox Economics,” (with Tae-Hee Jo) Journal of Economic Issues, 45.4 (2011).
  7. “Heterodox Economics, Tolerance and Pluralism:  A Reply to Garnett and Mearman,” Review of Radical Political Economics, 43.4 (2011).
  8. “The Pluralism Debate in Heterodox Economics,” Review of Radical Political Economics, 43.4 (2011).
  9. “Editor’s Introduction,” (with W. Elsner) American Journal of Economics and Sociology 69.5 (2010).
  10. “Ranking Economics Departments in a Contested Discipline:  A Bibliometric Approach to Quality Equality Between Theoretically Distinct Sub-disciplines,” (with T. C. Grijalva and C. Nowell) American Journal of Economics and Sociology 69.5 (2010).
  11. “Research Quality Rankings of Heterodox Economic Journals in a Contested Discipline,” (with B. C. Cronin, assisted by S. McConnell and E. Dean) American Journal of Economics and Sociology 69.5 (2010).
  12. A Heterodox Teaching of Neoclassical Microeconomic Theory,” International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education, 1.3 (2010).
  13. “Publishing, Ranking, and the Future of Heterodox Economics – Introduction,” On The Horizon – Special Issue:  Publishing, Refereeing, Ranking, and the Future of Heterodox Economics (with W. Elsner), 16.4 (2008).
  14. “A Case for Ranking Heterodox Journals and Departments,’ On The Horizon, 16.4 (2008).
  15. “Making History by Making Identity and Institutions:  The Emergence of Post Keynesian-Heterodox Economics in Britain, 1974 – 1996,” History of Economics Review, 46 (Summer,2007).
  16. Research Assessment Exercise, the State, and the Dominance of Mainstream Economics in British Universities,” Cambridge Journal of Economics, 31.2 (2007).
  17. “The Ranking Game, Class and Scholarship in American Mainstream Economics,” Australasian Journal of Economics Education 3.1-2 (2006).
  18. Teaching Heterodox Microeconomics,” Post-Autistic Economics Review 31, (16 May 2005)
  19. “Grounded Theory and Heterodox Economics,” The Grounded Theory Review:  An International Journal, 4.2 (2005).
  20. “Pasinetti, Keynes and the Multiplier,” Review of Political Economy (with A. B. Trigg), 17.1 (2005).
  21. “To be a Heterodox Economist:  The Contested Landscape of American Economics, 1960s and 70s,” Journal of Economic Issues, 38.3 (2004).
  22. “The Incoherent Emperor:  A Heterodox Critique of Neoclassical Microeconomic Theory,” Review of Social Economy (with S. Keen), 62.2 (2004).
  23.  “History and Identity:  The Case of Radical Economics and Radical Economists, 1945 – 1970,” Review of Radical Political Economics, 36 (2004).
  24. “Post Keynesian Economics Since 1936:  A History of a Promise that Bounced?” (with E. Tymoigne), Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 26 (2003-4).
  25. “The Association for Heterodox Economics:  Past, Present, and Future,”  Journal of Australian Political Economy 50 (2002).
  26. “Mutual Aid and the Making of Heterodox Economics in Post-War America:  A Post Keynesian View,” History of Economics Review, 35 (2002).
  27. “Theory Creation and the Methodological Foundation of Post Keynesian Economics,”  Cambridge Journal of Economics, 26 (2002). Reprinted in Realist Methodology, edited by W. Olsen, SAGE Publications, 2010.
  28. “Conference of Socialist Economists and the Emergence of Heterodox Economics in Post-War Britain,” Capital and Class, 75 (2001).
  29. “Post Keynesian Pricing Theory ‘Reconfirmed’?  A Critical Review of ‘Asking about Prices’,” (with P. Downward) Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 23 (2001).
  30. “The Organizational History of Post Keynesian Economics in America, 1971 – 1995,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics 23 (2000).
  31. “Inflexible Prices and the Great Depression (in Spanish),” Cuadernos de Economia 19.32 (2000).
  32. “Re-Testing Gardiner Means’ Evidence on Administered Prices,” (with P. Downward) Journal of Economic Issues, 33 (1999).
  33. “Administered Price Hypothesis and the Dominance of Neoclassical Price Theory:  The Case of the Industrial Prices Dispute”, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 17 (1999).
  34. “Peer Review, the Research Assessment Exercise and the Demise of Non-Mainstream Economics,” (with S. Harley) Capital and Class, 66 (1998).
  35. “Research Selectivity, Managerialism, and the Academic Labor Process:  The future of nonmainstream economics in U.K. universities,” (with S. Harley) Human Relations, 50 (1997).
  36. “Philanthropic Foundations and the Rehabilitation of Big Business, 1934 – 1977:  A Case Study of Directed Economic Research,” Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 15 (1997).
  37. “Pricing, the Pricing Model, and Post Keynesian Price Theory,” Review of Political Economy 8 (1996).
  38. “From Post Keynesian to Historical Price Theory, Part II:  Facts, Theory, and Empirically Grounded Pricing Model,” Review of Political Economy 7 (1995).
  39. “From Post Keynesian to Historical Price Theory, Part I:  Facts, Theory, and Empirically Grounded Pricing Model,” Review of Political Economy 6 (1994).
  40. “The Fate of an Errant Hypothesis:  The Normal Cost Prices Doctrine,” (with J. Irving‑Lessmann), History of Political Economy 24 (1992).
  41. “The History of the Oxford Challenge to Marginalism, 1934 ‑ 1952,” Banca Nazionale Del Lavoro Quarterly Review 179 (1991).
  42. “Marginalist Controversy and Post Keynesian Price Theory,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 13 (1990 ‑ 91).
  43. “From Multi‑Industry Planning to Keynesian Planning:  Gardiner Means, the American Keynesians, and National Economic Planning at the National Resources Committee,” Journal of Policy History, 2 (1990).
  44. “The Modern Corporation and Gardiner Means’s Critique of Neoclassical Economics,” The Journal of Economic Issues 24 (1990).  Reprinted in Clark, T. (ed.)  2005.  Corporate Governance. London:  Routledge.
  45. “G. C. Means’s Doctrine of Administered Prices,” Thames Papers in Political Economy, Summer (1989).  Also published in Theory and Policy in Political Economy:  Essays in Pricing Distribution and Growth, P. Arestis and Y. Kitromilides (eds.), Edward Elgar Publishing Company, 1990.
  46. “The Power of Ideas and the Impact of One Man:  Alfred Eichner, 1937 ‑ 1988,” (with M. Groves and W. Milberg), Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 11 (1989).
  47. “D. H. MacGregor and the Firm:  A Neglected Chapter in the History of the Post Keynesian Theory of the Firm,” British Review of Economic Issues, 11 (1989).
  48. “A New Dealer in Agriculture:  G. C. Means and the Writing of Industrial Prices,” Review of Social Economy, 46 (1988).
  49. “A Post Keynesian Appraisal of the Contestability Criterion,” (with J. Davies), Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 11 (1988).
  50. “A Post Keynesian Approach to a Theory of Industrial Organization,” The Keizai Hyoron, (June, 1987), (in Japanese).
  51. “P. W. S. Andrews’s Theory of Competitive Oligopoly:  A New Interpretation,” (with J. Irving‑Lessmann, P. Earl, and J. Davies), British Review of Economic Issues, 8 (1986).
  52. “Post Keynesian View of Average Direct Costs:  A Critical Evaluation of the Theory and the Empirical Evidence,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 8 (1986).
  53. “‘Full Cost’ Prices, Classical Price Theory, and Long Period Method Analysis:  A Critical Evaluation,” Metroeconomica, 37 (1985).
  54. “The Marginalist Controversy and the Demise of Full Cost Pricing,” Journal of Economic Issues, 18 (1984).
  55. “Full Cost Pricing:  A New Wine in a New Bottle,” Australian Economic Papers, 23 (1984).
  56. “The Oxford Challenge to Marshallian Supply and Demand:  The History of the Oxford Economists’ Research Group,” Oxford Economic Papers 33 (1981).

Chapters/Entries in Books

  1. “Post Keynesian Price Theory: From Pricing to Market Governance to the Economy as a Whole.”  In Handbook of Post-Keynesian Economics, edited by G. C. Harcourt and P. Kriesler, Oxford University Press. 2013.
  2. “Competition, Going Enterprise, and Economic Activity.”  In Alternative Theories of Competition: Challenges to the Orthodoxy, edited by J. K. Moudud, C. Bina, and P. L. Mason, Routledge, 2012.
  3. “Heterodox Economics and its Critics.”  In In Defense of Post-Keynesian and heterodox Economics: Responses to their critics, edited by F. S. Lee and M. Lavoie, Routledge, 2012.
  4. “Pricing and Prices” with G. C. Gu.  In The Elgar Companion to Post Keynesian Economics, 2nd ed., edited by J. King, Edward Elgar, 2012.
  5. “University of Missouri-Kansas City.” In The Elgar Companion to Post Keynesian Economics, 2nd ed., edited by J. King, Edward Elgar, 2012.
  6. “David H. MacGregor and Industrial Economics at Oxford, 1920 – 1945.”  In Marshall and Marshallians on Industrial Economics, edited by T. Raffaelli, T. Nishizawa, and S. Cook, Routledge, 2011.
  7. “Pluralism in Heterodox Economics.”  In Economic Pluralism, edited by R. Garnett, E. K. Olsen, and M. Starr, Routledge, 2010.
  8. “Alfred Eichner’s Missing ‘Complete Model’:  A Heterodox Micro-Macro Model of a Monetary Production Economy.”  In Money and Macrodynamics:  Alfred Eichner and Post-Keynesian Economics, edited by M. Lavoie, L.-P. Rochon, and M. Seccareccia, M. E. Sharpe, 2009.
  9. “The Economics of the Industrial Workers of the World:  Job Control and Revolution.”  In Radical Economics and Labor:  Essays Inspired by the IWW Centennial, edited by F. S. Lee and J. Bekken, Routledge, 2009.
  10. “Radical Economics and the Labor Movement,” (with J. Bekken).  In Radical Economics and Labor: Essays Inspired by the IWW Centennial, edited by F. S. Lee and J. Bekken, Routledge, 2009.
  11. “Heterodox Economics.”  In New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, edited by L. E. Blume and S. Durlauf, Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.
  12. “The Role of Oral History in the Historiography of Heterodox Economics,” (with T. Mata).  In Economists’ Lives:  Biography and Autobiography in the History of Economics, edited by E. R. Weintraub and E. L. Forget, Duke University Press, 2007.
  13. “Teoria Microeconomica Heterodoxa.”  In Microeconomia Heterodoxa:  Lecturas del Primer Seminario de Microeconomia Heterodoxa, edited by Gustavo Vargas Sanchez, Editorial Castdel, 2007.
  14. “Philip W. S. Andrews.”  In Dictionary of British Economists, edited by Donald Rutherford, Thoemmes Continuum, 2004.
  15. “David H. Macgregor.”  In Dictionary of British Economists, edited by Donald Rutherford, Thoemmes Continuum, 2004.
  16. “Sidney Ball.”  In New Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 3, edited by H. C. G. Matthew and B. Harrison, Oxford University Press, 2004.
  17. “Theory Foundation and the Methodological Foundations of Post Keynesian Economics.”  In Applied Economics and the Critical Realist Critique, edited by P. Downward, Routledge, 2003.
  18. “Pricing and Prices.”  In The Elgar Companion to Post Keynesian Economics, edited by J. King, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2003.
  19. “Post Keynesian Economics (1930 – 2000):  An Emerging Heterodox Economic Theory of Capitalism.” In Understanding Capitalism, edited by D. Dowd, Pluto Press, 2002.
  20. “Means, Gardiner (1898 – 1988).”  In Biographical Dictionary of Management, vol. 2, edited by M. Witzel, Thoemmes Press, 2001.
  21. “Macroeconomics, post-Keynesian microeconomics foundations,” “Mark-up, post-Keynesian literature,” and “Microeconomics, post-Keynesian.”  In Reader’s Guide to the Social Sciences, vol. 2, edited by J. Michie, Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 2001.
  22. “Gardiner C. Means.”  In International Encyclopedia of Business and Management, 2nd edition, edited by M. Warner, Thomson Learning, 2001.  Reprinted in The IEBM Handbook of Economics, edited by W. Lazonick, Thomson, 2002.
  23. “Gardiner C. Means, 1896 ‑ 1988.”  In Biographical Dictionary of Dissenting Economists, 2nd edition, Philip Arestis and Malcolm C. Sawyer (eds.), Edward Elgar Publishing, 2000.
  24. “Caroline Ware.”  (with W. J. Samuels)  In A Biographical Dictionary of Women Economists, edited by R. W. Dimand, M. A. Dimand, and E. Forget, Edward Elgar, 2000.
  25. “On the Genesis of Post Keynesian Economics:  Alfred S. Eichner, Joan Robinson and the Founding of Post Keynesian Economics” (edited).  In Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, Volume 18-C, Twentieth-Century Economics, JAI/Elsevier, 2000.
  26. “Alfred S. Eichner, Joan Robinson and the Founding of Post Keynesian Economics.”  In Twentieth-Century Economics, JAI/Elsevier, 2000.
  27. “Economics Divided:  The Limitations of Peer Review in a Paradigm Bound Social Science,” (with S. Harley).  In The New Higher Education:  Issues and Directions for the Post-Dearing University, edited by D. Jary and M. Parker, Staffordshire University Press, 1998.
  28. “Gardiner Means and the Dissent of Administered Prices.”  In Economics and its Discontents:  Twentieth Century Dissenting Economists, edited by R. Holt and S. Pressman, Edward Elgar, 1998.
  29. “Gardiner C. Means.”  In International Encyclopedia of Business and Management, edited by M. Warner, Thomson Business Press, 1996. Reprinted in IBEM Handbook of Management Thinkers, edited by M. Warner, International Thomson Publishing, 1998.
  30. “Pricing and the Business Enterprise.”  In Political Economy for the 21st Century:  Contemporary Views on the Trend of Economics, edited by C. J. Whalen, M. E. Sharpe, 1996.
  31. “Means and the Making of a Anti-Keynesian Monetary Theory of Employment.”  In Gardiner C. Means’s A Monetary Theory of Employment, edited by W. Samuels and F. Lee, M. E. Sharpe, 1994.
  32. “Gardiner C. Means” (with Warren J. Samuels).  In The Elgar Companion to Institutional and Evolutionary Economics, W. J. Samuels, G. Hodgson, and M. Tool (eds.), Edward Elgar Publishing, 1994.
  33. “Full Cost Pricing”.  In The Elgar Companion to Institutional and Evolutionary Economics, W. J. Samuels, G. Hodgson, and M. Tool(eds.), Edward Elgar Publishing, 1994.
  34. “Administered Prices”.  In The Elgar Companion to Institutional and Evolutionary Economics, W. J. Samuels, G. Hodgson, and M. Tool (eds.), Edward Elgar Publishing, 1994.
  35. “Facts, Theory and the Pricing Foundation of Post Keynesian Price Theory”.  In Dynamics of the Firm, Strategies of Pricing and Organisation, edited by J. Groenewegen, Edward Elgar, 1993.
  36. “Introduction”.  In Oxford Economics and Oxford Economists 1922 – 1971:  Recollections of Students and Economists, Bodliean Library, Oxford, 1993.
  37. “Philip Walter Sawford Andrews, 1914 ‑ 1971”.  In The Economics of  P. W. S. Andrews:  A Collection, edited by Frederic S. Lee and Peter E. Earl, Edward Elgar, 1993.
  38. “Gardiner C. Means 1896 ‑ 1988” (with Warren J. Samuels).  For the Introduction of The Heterodox Economics of Gardiner C. Means: A Collection, edited by Frederic S. Lee and Warren J. Samuels, published by M. E. Sharpe, 1992.
  39. “Gardiner C. Means, 1896 ‑ 1988.”  In Biographical Dictionary of Dissenting Economists, Philip Arestis and Malcolm C. Sawyer (eds.), Edward Elgar Publishing, 1992.
  40. “Whatever Became of the Full Cost Principle?” in Economics in Disarray, P. Wiles and G. Routh (eds.), Basil Blackwell, 1984.

Notes, Reviews, and other Publications

  1. Review of The Making of a Post-Keynesian Economist, by G. C. Harcourt, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 36 (3). 2014
  2. “State Funding of Research and the Narrowing of Economics in the United Kingdom,” Global Labour Column, 150 (October). 2013.
  3. Review of The Microfoundations Delusion: Metaphor and Dogma in the History of Macroeconomics by John E. King, Economic and Labour Relations Review, 24 (2): 255-260. 2013.
  4. Review of At the Edge of Camelot: Debating Economics in Turbulent Times by Donald W. Katzner, OEconomia – History/Methodology/Philosophy, 2 (3). Also onWeboeconomia, The OEconomia Book Review Online, May 2012. http://weboeconomia.org/bro_lee_katzner.pdf.
  5. “Preface,” (with M. Lavoie) to In Defense of Post-Keynesian and Heterodox Economics:  Responses to their critics, edited by F. S. Lee and M. Lavoie, Routledge, 2012.
  6. Review of At the Edge of Camelot:  Debating Economics in Turbulent Times by Donald W. Katzner, OEconomia – History/Methodology/Philosophy, 2.3 (2012), forthcoming.  Also on Weboeconomia, The OEconomia Book Review Online, May 2012: http://weboeconomia.org/bro_lee_katzner.pdf.
  7. “Introduction to the Symposium:  The Future of Post-Keynesian Economics and Heterodox Economics contra their Critics,” (with M. Lavoie) Review of Political Economy, 24.2 (2012).
  8. Review of Economists and Societies:  Discipline and Profession in the United States, Britain & France, 1890s to 1990s by Marion Fourcade, Journal of Socio-Economics, 40.5 (2011).
  9. Review of Issues in Heterodox Economics edited by Donald A. R. George, Economica, 78.312 (October) (2011).
  10. “Assessing Economic Research and the Future of Heterodox Economics:  Failures and alternatives of journals, departments, and scholars rankings,” (with W. Elsner) Intervention:  European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies, 7.1 (2010).
  11. “Forward” to Money and Households in a Capitalist Economy by Z. Todorova, Edward Elgar, 2009.
  12. Informational Directory for Heterodox Economists:  Graduate and Undergraduate Programs, Journals, Publishers and Book Series, Associations, Blogs, and Institutes and other Websites, compiled and edited, 3rd edition (September, 2008).
  13. “Heterodox Economics,” The Long Term View 7.1 (2008).
  14. “Series Forward.”  In Future Directions for Heterodox Economics edited by J. T. Harvey and R. F. Garnett, University of Michigan Press, (2008).
  15. Review of Economics Confronts the Economy by Philip A. Klein, Journal of Economic Issues, 42.1 (2008).
  16. “A Comment on ‘The Citation Impact of Feminist Economics’,” Feminist Economics, 14.1 (2008).
  17. “The Industrial Workers of the World.”  In The Encyclopedia of the Age of the Industrial Revolution 1700 – 1920, edited by Christine Rider, Greenwood Press, (2007).
  18. “Introduction to the Special Issue on the History of Heterodox Economics,” Review of Radical Political Economics, 38.4 (Fall, 2006).
  19. Review of Political Economy from Below:  Economic Thought in Communitarian Anarchism, 1840 – 1914 by Rob Knowles, History of Economics Review, 42 (Summer, 2005); also in Industrial Worker, 102.9 (October, 2005),
  20. Review of Post Keynesian Econometrics, Microeconomics and the Theory of the Firm edited by S. C. Dow and J. Hillard, International Journal of Social Economics, 32.2 (2005).
  21. Informational Directory for Heterodox Economists:  Journals, Book Series, Websites, and Graduate and Undergraduate Programs, compiled and edited with S. Cohn, G. Schneider, and P. Quick, (January 2005); 2nd edition (May 2005).
  22. “Undergraduate Programs for Heterodox Economists,” URPE Newsletter, 36.2 (Winter 2005).
  23. “Predestined to Heterodoxy or How I became a Heterodox Economist,” EAEPE Newsletter, 32 (July, 2004).
  24. Review of The Crisis in Economics:  The Post-Autistic Economics Movement:  the first 600 days by Edward Fullbrook, Journal of Economic Issues, 38.3 (2004).
  25. “Economics as a Disabling Myth,” Industrial Worker 101.2 (February, 2004).
  26. Review of A History of Post Keynesian Economics Since 1936 by John King, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 25 (2003).
  27. Review of Economics and its Enemies:  Two Centuries of Anti-Economics by William O. Coleman, History of Economics Review 38 (2003).
  28. “Heterodox Journals,” URPE Newsletter, 35.1 (Fall, 2003).
  29. “Heterodox Book Series.” URPE Newsletter, 35.1 (Fall, 2003)
  30. “Graduate Programs for Radical Political Economists.” URPE Newsletter, 34.1 (Fall, 2002).
  31. “History of Heterodox Economics as a History of Failure:  Comment on Geoff Hodgson,” EAEPE Newsletter, 26 (July, 2001).
  32. Review of The Market:  Ethics, Knowledge and Politics by John O’Neill, Capital and Class, 71 (2000).
  33. Review of Economics and the Historian by Thomas G. Rawski et. al., Review of Radical Political Economics, 31 (1999).
  34. “Alfred Eichner, Joan Robinson and the Founding of Post Keynesian Economics, 1969 – 1983—summary with discussion,” History of Economic Thought Newsletter, 61 (Winter, 1998).
  35. “Post Keynesian Pricing Theory ‘Reconfirmed’?  A Critical Review of `Asking about Prices’,” (with P. Downward), Staffordshire University Business School, Division of Economics Working Paper 98.13.
  36. Review of Post-Keynesian Economic Theory edited by Paul Wells, Review of Radical Political Economics, 30 (1998).
  37. Letter, The Times Higher Education Supplement, (January 30, 1998).
  38. Letter, PKSG Newsletter (December 1997).
  39. “Research Assessment Exercise and Dictating Economic Research:  The Case of Economics,” (with S. Harley) Radical Philosophy, 85 (1997).  Reprinted as “The Economic Cleansing of Economics,” Lib Ed:  A magazine for the liberation of learning, 29 (Autumn 1998).
  40. Review of Competition, Technology and Money:  Classical and Post-Keynesian Perspectives edited by Mark A. Glick, Review of Radical Political Economics, 29 (1997).
  41. Review of Beyond Competition:  The Economics of Mergers and Monopoly Power by Thomas Karier, Review of Radical Political Economics, 29 (1997).
  42. Review of Ownership and Control:  Rethinking Corporate Governance for the Twenty-First Century by M. M. Blair and Managers vs. Owners:  The Struggle for Corporate Control in American Democracy by A. Kaufman, L, Zacharias, and M. Karson, Journal of Economic Issues, 30 (1996).
  43. “PKSG Attendance Data,” PKSG Newsletter (October 1996).
  44. “The Future of Post Keynesian Economics:  A Response,” PKSG Newsletter (October 1996).
  45. “Philanthropic Foundations and the Rehabilitation of Big Business, 1934 – 1977:  A Case Study of
  46. Directed Economic Research,” Department of Economics, De Montfort University, Discussion Paper 95-08, December 1995.
  47. “The Academic Labour Process and the Research Assessment Exercise: Academic Diversity and the Future of Non-Mainstream Economics in UK Universities” (with S. Harley), Leicester Business School Occasional Paper 24, 1995.
  48. Conversation with J. E. King in J. E. King (ed.), Conversations with Post Keynesians, Macmillan Press, 1995.
  49. “The Death of Post Keynesian Economics?” PKSG Newsletter (January 1995).
  50. Review of Income Distribution in a Corporate Economy by Russell Rimmer, The Manchester School, 62 (1994).
  51. Review of Pricing & Growth:  A Neo-Ricardian Approach by Stanley Bober, The Eastern Economic Journal, 20 (1994).
  52. Review of Thorstein Veblen and his Critics, 1891 – 1963 by Rick Tilman, History of Economic Ideas, (1993).
  53. “Directing Economic Research, Philanthropic Foundations and the Rehabilitation of Big Business, 1930 – 1980–summary with discussion,” History of Economic Thought Newsletter, 51 (Autumn, 1993).
  54. Review of Theories of Political Economy by J. A. Caporaso and D. P. Levine, Journal of Economic Issues, 27 (1993).
  55. Review of Mr Sraffa on Joint Production and other Essays by B. Schefold, and Essays on Piero Sraffa:  Critical Perspectives on the Revival of Classical Theory, edited by K. Bharadwaj and B. Schefold, British Review of Economic Issues, 14 (1992).
  56. “Philip Walter Sawford Andrews:  An Industrial Economist and Creator of a Realistic Theory of Prices,” Leicester Business School Occasional Paper 6, 1992.
  57. Tributes in the Memory of Alfred S. Eichner, (private printing), 1991.
  58. Review of A Century of Economics:  100 Years of the Royal Economic Society and the Economic Journal, edited by J. D. Hey and D. Winch, British Review of Economic Issues, 13 (1991).
  59. “The Marginalist Controversy and the History of the Normal Cost Prices Doctrine,” Les Cahiers d’Economie Industrielle, Working Paper, 1990‑6.
  60. “Symposium:  The Marginalist Controversy and Post Keynesian Price  Theory:  Introduction,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 13 (1990 ‑ 91).
  61. “The Full Cost Principle After 50 Years:  A Review of its History and Speculation of its Future,” Working Papers in Economics and Political Economy 89-3, Roosevelt University (1989).
  62. “The Modern Corporation and Gardiner Means’ Critique of Neoclassical Economics,” Working Papers in Economics and Political Economy 89-1, Roosevelt University (1989).
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