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Review of Political Economy

Review of Political Economy
T V Sathyamurthy IN a few months from now, 11 out of the 15 members of the European Union (EU) will give up their national currencies in favour of euro, the single European currency (SEC). A...
An Assessment Silke Machold The literature on foreign economic policy and reintegration of the Russian economy into the world economy is voluminous. This article seeks to contribute to the debate on...
David Arter The twin impact of the disintegration of communism in eastern Europe and accelerated integration in western Europe fundamentally altered the strategic environment of the Scandinavian...
Philip Daniels The emerging economic model in Europe challenges key features of the post-war Italian political economy: the state's extensive involvement in industry; the cumbersome regulatory...
Inclusion and Exclusion Michael Haynes Following from a discussion of the evidence for developmental convergence within the European Union and between it and its immediate geographical periphery,...
Alistair Cole Helen Drake The paradoxical nature of France's relationship with Europe is explored in this article. The European Union appears simultaneously as a powerful constraint on domestic...
Class, Ideology and Critique Werner Bonefeld The European Monetary Union has to be looked at against the background of the crisis-ridden development of capital accumulation since the early 1970s...
Alex Callinicos European integration has been part of the global process of inter-imperialist competition both that between the two superpower blocs and that between the major European states,...
Ethics, Production and Nation-State A LOGICAL man. Three simple words put together from the English language. But there may be beguiling complexities beneath those words. Perceptive observers may...
Reading 'Rights' through Discourse on 'Work' Aditya Nigam Recently certain post-modernist and post-modern feminist perspectives maintain that the language of rights and justice has outlived its...
Contemporary thinking on rights is marked by deep and profound philosophical scepticism on the issue. The core of the problem as critics identify it is as follows; rights theories, they argue,...
Questions of Context Satish Deshpande The present problem in the articulation of rights discourse may in part be due to a neglected aspect of lthe cultural turn', namely, the new-found centrality of...

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