Recent Publications

Tim Anderson

Book Chapters
  • Tim Anderson (2010) The Petroleum Fund and Development Strategy in Timor Leste, for Timor Leste’s Petroleum Fund Consultative Council, Dili (Timor Leste) Tim Anderson and Gary Lee (Eds) (2010) In Defence of Customary Land, Aidwatch, Sydney
  • Tim Anderson (2011) ‘Development Strategy’ in M. Leach and D. Kingsbury (eds) (2011) The Politics of Timor-Leste, Ithaca, NY: Cornell Southeast Asia Program, pp.257-283.
  • Tim Anderson (2010) ‘Cuban Health Cooperation in Timor Leste and the South West Pacific’, in The Reality of Aid (2010) South-South Development Cooperation: A challenge to the aid system?
  • Tim Anderson (2010) ‘Land Registration, Land Markets and Livelihoods in Papua New Guinea’, in Tim Anderson and Gary Lee (Eds) (2010) In Defence of Melanesian Customary Land, Aidwatch, Sydney
  • Tim Anderson and Gary Lee (2010) ‘Introduction: Understanding Melanesian Customary Land’, in Tim Anderson and Gary Lee (Eds) (2010) In Defence of Customary Land, Aidwatch, Sydney
Refereed articles:
  • Tim Anderson (2011) ‘Social medicine in Timor Leste’, Social Medicine, forthcoming
  • Tim Anderson (2010) ‘Hegemony, Big Money and Academic Independence’, Australian Universities Review, Vol 542 No 2, pp.11-17.
  • Tim Anderson (2010) ‘Land reform’ in Timor Leste? Why the Constitution is worth defending’, in Michael Leach, Nuno Canas Mendes, Antero B. da Silva, Alarico da Costa Ximenes and Bob Boughton (Eds) Hatene kona ba/ Compreender/ Understanding/ Mengerti Timor-Leste, Swinburne Press, Melbourne, pp. 213-218.
  • Tim Anderson (2009) ‘HIV/AIDS in Cuba: a rights-based analysis’, Health and Human Rights: an international journal, Vol 11 No 1, pp.93-104
  • Tim Anderson (2009) ‘HIV/AIDS in Cuba: lessons and challenges’, Revista Panamericana de Salud Publica / Pan American Journal of Public Health, Rev Panam Salud Publica. 2009;26(1):78–86
  • Tim Anderson (2009) ‘Meta-crisis, hegemonía y contra hegemonía’, in Centro Internacional Miranda (2009) Respuestas del Sur, Caracas (Venezuela), pp.35-53

Dick Bryan

Scholarly Book Chapters
  • D. Bryan and M. Rafferty (2011) ‘Monetary Equivalence and Functionalism: Implications for Central Banking’, in Heiner Ganssmann (ed.) New Approaches to Monetary Economics and Theory. London: Routledge.
  • D. Bryan, M. Rafferty and S. MacWilliam (2010) ‘The Global Financial Crisis: Foreclosing or Leveraging Labour’s Future?’, in M. Konings (ed) The Great Credit Crash. London: Verso.
  • D. Bryan and M. Rafferty (2010) ‘A Time and a Place for Everything: Foundations of Commodity Money’, in Massimo Amato, Luigi Doria, Luca Fantacci (eds) Money and Calculation: Economic and Sociological Perspectives. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Refereed Journal Articles
  • D. Bryan (and others) (2011) ‘Introduction’ Special issue on Financial Calculation, Economy and Society (forthcoming)
  • D. Bryan and M. Rafferty (2011) ‘Deriving Capital’s (and Labour’s) Future’, The Socialist Register Volume 47: 196-223
  • D. Bryan (2010) ‘The duality of labour and the financial crisis’, The Economic and Labour Relations Review, Volume 20 No.2 pp. 49–60.
  • D. Bryan (2010) ‘Australian populism and the global financial crisis: finding a place for labour’. Labour and Industry, Vol. 20 Issue 3, pp.250-69
  • D. Bryan and M. Rafferty, (2009) ‘Homemade Financial Crisis’, Ephemera Journal: Theory and Politics in Organizations Volume 9 No.4
  • D. Bryan and M. Rafferty, (2009) ‘Sydney Forum on the Financial Crisis: Introduction’, Ephemera Journal: Theory and Politics in Organizations Volume 9 No.4
  • D. Bryan, Martin R and Rafferty M (2009) 'Financialization: Giving labour and capital a financial makeover’, Review of Radical Political Economics, Volume 41 No.4 pp.458-72.

Gavan Butler

Book
  • Gavan Butler, Evan Jones and Frank Stilwell, Political Economy Now! The struggle for alternative economics at the University of Sydney, Sydney, Darlington Press (SUP), 2009
Book Chapter
  • Phillip Toner and Gavan Butler, ‘Cumulative causation and Northeast Asian post-war industry policy’, in Sebastian Berger (ed), The Foundations of Non-Equilibrium Economics: The principle of circular and cumulative causation, London and New York, Routledge, 2009
Refereed Journal Articles
    Gavan Butler, ‘The Sydney Insurrection: The Battle for Economics at the University of Sydney, Challenge, Volume 53, No 2, March-April, 2010

Damian Cahill

Refereed Journal Articles
  • Cahill, D., ‘Business Mobilisation, the New Right and Australian Labor Governments in the 1980s’, Labour History 98, May 2010, pp. 7-24
  • Cahill, D., ‘’Actually Existing Neoliberalism’ and the Global Economic Crisis’, Labour and Industry 20(3), April 2010, pp. 298-316.
  • Andrew, J. and Cahill, D., ‘Value for Money? Neo-Liberalism in New South Wales Prisons’, Australian Accounting Review No. 49 Vol. 19 Issue 2 2009, pp. 144-152
  • Cahill, D., ‘The End of Neoliberalism?, Z Magazine, January, pp. 35-38
  • Cahill, D., ‘Is Neoliberalism History?’, Social Alternatives, Vol.28, No.1, 144-152, June.
  • Cahill, D., ‘Rethinking neoliberalism and regulation before and after the financial crisis’ ECPR Regulatory Governance Standing Group, Third Biennial Conference, University College, Dublin, June 17-19, 2010
  • Cahill, D., ‘Did the New Right Make Neoliberal Markets’, EIASM First Interdisciplinary Market Studies Workshop, Stockholm, June 3-4, 2010
  • Cahill, D., ‘Neoliberalism, regulation and the global economic crisis’, Australasian Political Studies Association Conference, Macquarie University, 27-30 September

Lynne Chester

Book Chapters
  • Chester, L. (2011), ‘An inevitable or avertable energy crisis?’, in Argyrous, G. and Stilwell, F. (eds), Readings in Political Economy: Economics as a Social Science, 3rd edition, Prahran: Tilde University Press, pp. 299-306
Refereed Articles
  • Chester, L. (2010c), ‘Actually existing markets: The case of neoliberal Australia’, Journal of Economic Issues, XLIV (2): 313-23
  • Chester, L. (2010b), ‘The economic-environment relation: A régulationist approach’, International Journal of Green Economics, 4(1): 17-42
  • Chester, L. (2010c), ‘Conceptualising energy security and making explicit its polysemic nature’, Energy Policy, 38(2): 887-95
Refereed Conference Papers
  • Chester, L. and Morris, A, (2010), ‘Energy poverty: An escalating outcome of 'liberalised' energy markets’, Refereed papers, 9th Australian Society of Heterodox Economists Conference, 6-7 December 2010, UNSW, ISBN 978-0-7334-2957-6, pp. 46-62.
  • Chester, L. (2009a), ‘Determining the economic-environment relation: A régulationist approach’, Refereed papers, 8th Australian Society of Heterodox Economists Conference, 7-8 December 2009, UNSW, ISBN 978-0-7334-2833-3, pp. 91-114
  • Chester, L. (2009b), ‘How can we analyse real world markets’, Refereed papers, 8th Australian Society of Heterodox Economists Conference, 7-8 December 2009, UNSW, ISBN 978-0-7334-2833-3, pp.115-26
  • Chester, L. (2009c), ‘Actually existing markets: The case of neoliberal Australia, Refereed papers, 8th Australian Society of Heterodox Economists Conference, 7-8 December 2009, UNSW, ISBN 978-0-7334-2833-3, pp.127-50
  • Chester, L. (2009d), ‘Does the polysemic nature of energy security make it a ‘wicked’ problem?’ , Referred papers, Proceedings of International Conference on Energy, Environment, Sustainable Development: EESD09, 24-26 June 2009, Paris, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology 54 (S-I): 159-71

Bill Dunn

Books
  • Dunn, B. (2009) Global Political Economy: A Marxist Critique, London, Pluto Press
Refereed articles
  • Dunn, B. (2011) ‘Value theory in an incomplete capitalist system: reprioritizing the centrality of social labor in Marxist political economy’, Review of Radical Political Economics, 0486613411402641, first published on March 30, 2011
  • Dunn, B. (2009) ‘Reflections on the international context of Australia’s economic boom 1992’, Journal of Australian Political Economy, 63, pp5-31
  • Dunn, B. (2009) ‘Neither free trade nor protection but international socialism: contesting the conservative antinomies of trade theory’, Marxist Interventions, 1, pp23-45
  • Dunn, B. (2009) ‘Myths of globalisation and the new economy’, International Socialism, 121, pp75-97
  • Dunn, B. (2009) ‘Myths of globalisation and the new economy’, Marx 21, 1 (a Korean translation of the above, by Yung Chan Choi)
  • Dunn, B. (2009) ‘Trade: deal or no deal [a review of Bowles, P., Broomhill, R., Guitiérrez-Haces T. and McBride, S. eds, International Trade and Neoliberal globalism; towards re-peripheralisation in Australia, Canada and Mexico]’, Australian Options, 56
Conference and Seminar Papers
  • Dunn, B. (2010) ‘Marx’s method of political economy and explanations of the current crisis’, paper prepared for the Historical Materialism Conference, Nov 11-14
  • Dunn, B. (2010) ‘Labour and community or labour as community: (re-)conceiving the causes of decline and strategies for renewal’, paper prepared for the Work, Economy and Society Conference, Brighton, Sept 7-9
  • Dunn, B. (2010) ‘Economic change and labour's decline: an empirical qualification’, paper prepared for the Global Labour University Conference, Berlin, Sept 14-16
  • Dunn, B. (2010) ‘The strange death of neoliberalism: the case of the missing corpse’, presented to the Markets and Society Research Network seminar, University of Sydney, April 4
  • Dunn, B. (2009) ‘What are the prospects of a return to Keynes? Reflection on states, social forces and world order’, in Chester, L., Johnson, M. and Kriesler, P. eds, Heterodox Economic Visions, proceedings of the Eighth Australian Society of Heterodox Economist Conference, The University of New South Wales, 7-8 December

Joseph Halevi

Book
  • Yanis Varoufakis, Joseph Halevi, Nicholas Theocarakis (2011) Making Sense of the Post-2008 World, Routledge.
Book Chapters
  • J. Halevi ‘Imperialism today’ in Riccardo Bellofiore (eds) Rosa Luxemburg and the Critique of Political Economy, Routledge, 2009, pp 117-12
  • R. Bellofiore, J Halevi, M Passarella ‘Minsky in the ‘New’ Capitalism: The New Clothes of the Financial Instability Hypothesis’ in Dimitri B. Papadimitriou, President, and L. Randall Wray, (eds) The Elgar Companion To Hyman Minsky, Edward Ekgar, 2010, pp. 80-99.
  • R. Bellofiore and J Halevi, ‘Magdoff-Sweezy, Minsky and the Real Subsumption of Labour to Finance’ in Jan Toporowski and Daniela Tavasci (eds) Minsky, Crisis and Development Palgrave MacMillan, 2010, pp.77-89
  • R Bellofiore, F Garibaldo, J Halevi ‘The global crisis and the crisis of European Neomercantilism’ in Greg Albo, Vivek Chibber, Leo Panitch (eds) The Crisis This Time: Socialist Register 2011, Merlin Press, 2010, pp. 120-46.
  • Riccardo Bellofiore and Joseph Halevi (2011) “The Great Recession and the Third Crisis in Economic Theory” in Emiliano Brancaccio Ed. The Global Economic Crisis: New Perspectives on the Critique of Economic Theory and Policy, Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy
  • Riccardo Bellofiore and Joseph Halevi (2011) “The panorama of the crisis in Europe” in Ozlem Onaran, Torsten Niechoj, Engelbert Stockhammer, Achim Truger, and Till van Treeck (eds) Stabilising an unequal economy? Public debt, financial regulation, and income distribution, Metropolis Verlag, Marburg, Germany.
  • Riccardo Bellofiore and Joseph Halevi (2011) “A Minsky moment? The subprime crisis and the “new” capitalism” in Claude Gnos, Louis-Philippe Rochon (eds.), Credit, Money and Macroeconomic Policy: A Post-keynesian Approach, Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar.

Gillian Hewitson

Book
  • Hewitson, Gillian and Ulla Grapard (eds) (2011) Robinson Crusoe’s economic man, (Routledge)
Book Chapters
  • Hewitson, Gillian (2011) “Banking,” In JE King, Companion to Post Keynesian Economics, Edward Elgar
  • Hewitson, Gillian (2011) ‘Feminist economics.’ in George Argyrous and Frank Stilwell (eds) Readings in Political Economy: Economics as a Social Science, Tilde University Press.
  • Gillian Hewitson (2011) ‘Economic man lost in space.’ in Gillian Hewitson and Ulla Grapard (eds) Robinson Crusoe’s Economic Man: A Construction and Deconstruction New York and London: Routledge (forthcoming).
  • Gillian Hewitson and Ulla Grapard (2011) ‘Introduction: economics and literature’ in Gillian Hewitson and Ulla Grapard (eds) Robinson Crusoe’s Economic Man: A Construction and Deconstruction New York and London: Routledge (forthcoming).
  • Hewitson, Gillian (2010) ‘Feminist economics.’ in Rhona C. Free (ed) 21st Century Economics: A Reference Handbook, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishing.
  • Hewitson, Gillian (2009) ‘Introduction: epistemological and methodological considerations.’ In Feminist Economics: Critical Concepts, Volume 4, eds Drucilla K. Barker and Edith Kuiper. New York: Routledge.

Elizabeth Hill

Book
  • Hill, Elizabeth (2010) Worker Identity, Agency and Economic Development: Women's Empowerment in the Indian Informal Economy, Routledge London.
Book Chapters
  • Hill, Elizabeth, Barbara Pocock (2010) ‘The slow road to a stronger Australian work and care regime’, in Davis, M. and M. Lyons (eds) More Than Luck: Ideas Australia Needs Now. Centre for Policy Development, pp.91-102.
Refereed Journal Articles

Evan Jones

Martijn Konings

Book
  • Martijn Konings (2011) The Development of American Finance, New York: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming.
Edited books:
  • Martijn Konings (2010) The Great Credit Crash, London/New York: Verso.
  • Martijn Konings and Leo Panitch (2009) American Empire and the Political Economy of Global Finance, New York: Palgrave. 1st edition 2008; 2nd, updated edition 2009.
Refereed Journal Articles:
  • Martijn Konings (2011)‘The Social Selves of Neoliberal Capitalism’, Journal of Political Power, forthcoming (review article).
  • Martijn Konings (2011) ‘Money as Icon’, Theory & Event, forthcoming.
  • Martijn Konings (2010) ‘Social Scientists and Economic Life at the Start of the 21st Century’, 45 (4), 2010, pp. 713-718
  • Martijn Konings (2010) ‘Renewing State Theory’, Politics, 30 (3), 2010, pp. 174-182.
  • Martijn Konings (2010) ‘Neoliberalism and the American state’, Critical Sociology, 36 (5), 2010, pp. 741-765.
  • Martijn Konings (2010) ‘The Pragmatic Sources of Modern Power’, Archives Européennes de Sociologie / European Journal of Sociology, 51 (1), 2010, pp. 55-91.
  • Martijn Konings with Ewald Engelen and Rodrigo Fernandez (2010) ‘Geographies of Financialization in Disarray: The Dutch Case in Comparative Perspective’ (), Economic Geography, 86 (1), 2010, pp. 53-73.
  • Martijn Konings (2009) ‘The Ups and Downs of a Liberal Consciousness. Or, Why Paul Krugman Should Learn to Tarry with the Negative’, i, 9 (4), 2009, pp. 350-356.
  • Martijn Konings with Leo Panitch (2009) ‘Myths of Neoliberal Deregulation’ New Left Review, 57 May-June, pp. 67-83.
  • Martijn Konings (2009) ‘Rethinking Neoliberalism and the Subprime Crisis: Beyond the Re-regulation Agenda’, Competition and Change, 13 (2), 2009, pp. 109-128.
  • Martijn Konings (2009) ‘The Construction of US Financial Power’, Review of International Studies, 35 (1), pp. 69-94.
Book chapters
  • Martijn Konings with Ewald Engelen (2010) ‘Financial Capitalism Resurgent: Comparative Institutionalism and the Challenges of Financialization’, in Glenn Morgan, John Campbell, Colin Crouch, Peer Hull Kristensen, Ove Kai Pedersen and Richard Whitley (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Institutional Analysis, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 601-624.
  • Martijn Konings (2010) ‘Introduction’, in Martijn Konings (ed.), The Great Credit Crash, London/New York: Verso, pp. ix-xvi. Reprinted as ‘The Global Financial Crisis’, in George Argyrous and Frank Stilwell (eds.), Readings in Political Economy. Economics as a Social Science, Prahran: Tilde University Press, 2011, pp. 7-10.
  • Martijn Konings (2010) ‘Rethinking Neoliberalism and the Crisis: Beyond the Re-regulation Agenda’, in Martijn Konings (ed.), The Great Credit Crash, London/New York: Verso, pp. 3-30.
  • Martijn Konings with Leo Panitch, Sam Gindin and Scott Aquanno (2009) ‘The Political Economy of the Subprime Crisis’ (), in Leo Panitch and Martijn Konings (eds.), American Empire and the Political Economy of Global Finance, 2nd ed., New York: Palgrave, pp. 253-292.

Franklin Obeng-Odoom

Book Chapters
  • Obeng-Odoom F, forthcoming, ‘Homelessness, poverty, and unemployment: The Ghanaian case’, in Thompson S (ed.), Homelessness, Unemployment and Poverty, Nova Science Publishers, New York.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2010, ‘A secondary mortgage market in Ghana: Poison or Antidote?’, in Geller P (ed), Built Environment: Design, Management and Applications, Nova Science Publishers, New York, pp. 197-214.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2010, “Mayors in Ghana: ‘Public’ servants or agents of capital?’, in Geller P (ed), Built Environment: Design, Management and Applications, Nova Science Publishers, New York, pp.335-339.
Refereed Journal Articles
  • Obeng-Odoom F, forthcoming, ‘Urban land policies in Ghana: A case of the emperor’s new clothes?’, The Review of Black Political Economy.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, forthcoming, ‘The discovery of oil in Ghana: is transparency sufficient?’, Africa Development. Obeng-Odoom F and Amedzro Laurence, forthcoming, ‘Inadequate housing in Ghana’, Urbani Izziv (Urban Challenge).
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2011, ‘The informal sector in Ghana under siege’, Journal of Developing Societies, vol.27, no.3.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2011, ‘Private rental housing in Ghana: Reform or renounce?, Journal of International Real Estate and Construction Studies, vol.1, no.1., pp. 71-90.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2011, ‘Real estate agents in Ghana: A suitable case for regulation?’, Regional Studies, vol.45, issue 3, pp. 403 – 416.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2011, ‘Ill health unleashed? Cities and Municipal Services in Ghana’, Review of African Political Economy, vol.38, no.127, pp. 43-60.
  • Obeng-Odoom F and Ameyaw S, 2011, ‘The state of surveying in Africa: A Ghanaian Perspective’, Property Management, vol. 29, issue 3.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2011, ‘Reforming housing management in Ghana: The role of education’, International Public Management Review, vol.12, issue 1, pp. 113-124.
  • Yeboah E and Obeng-Odoom F, 2010, “’We are not the only ones to blame’: District Assemblies’ perspectives on the state of planning in Ghana, Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance, issue 7, November, pp. 78-98.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2010, ‘Abnormal urbanisation in Africa: A dissenting view’, African Geographical Review, vol. 29, no.2, pp.13-40.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2010, ‘Promoting human development through the Global Poverty Project’, Development: The Journal for the Society of International Development, vol. 53, issue 1, pp.120-126.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2010, ‘Drive left, look right: the political economy of urban transport in Ghana’, International Journal of Urban Sustainable Development, vol.1, no.1, pp. 33-48.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2010, ‘Urban real estate in Ghana: A study of housing-related remittances from Australia’, Housing Studies, vol. 25, no.3, pp.357-373.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2010, ‘The role of urban marketing in local economic development: A political economic perspective’, Theoretical and Empirical Researches in Urban Management Journal, vol.14, no.5, pp.165-171.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2010, ‘An urban twist to politics in Ghana’, Habitat International Journal, vol. 34, no. 4, pp.392-399.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2010, ‘Contesting neoliberal prescriptions: the case of secondary mortgage market in Ghana’, Current Politics and Economics in Africa, vol. 2, issue 3/4, pp. 195 – 219 (Published also as a book chapter by Nova Publishers).
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2010, ‘Is decentralisation in Ghana pro-poor? Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance, Issue 6, pp. 120-126 (A Commentary reviewed only by the editors).
  • Obeng-Odoom F and Ameyaw S, 2010, ‘The future of surveying: Surveying students in Ghana reflect on life after School’, Nordic Journal of Surveying and Real Estate Research, vol.7, issue 2, pp.34-50.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2009, ‘The future of our cities’, Cities: The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning, vol. 26, no.1, pp. 49-53.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2009, ‘Transforming Third World cities through good urban governance: fresh evidence’, Theoretical and Empirical Researches in Urban Management Journal, vol. 10, no. 1, pp.46-62.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2009, ‘The political economy of urban policies’, The ICFAI University Journal of Urban Policy, vol.4, no.1, pp.7-20.
  • Gyampo R and Obeng-Odoom F, 2009, ‘Ghana’s democracy. A radical perspective’, Current Politics and Economics in Africa, vol. 2, issue 3/4, pp.221-242.
  • Kotir. J and Obeng-Odoom F, 2009, ‘Microfinance and rural household development: A Ghanaian perspective’, Journal of Developing Societies, vol.25, issue 1, pp.85-105.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2009, ‘Oil and urban development in Ghana’, African Review of Economics and Finance, vol. 1, no. 1, pp.18-39.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2008, ‘Has the Habitat for Humanity Housing Scheme achieved its goals? A Ghanaian case study’, Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, vol. 24, no.1, pp. 67-84.
Refereed Conference Proceedings
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2011, ‘The many meanings of secure tenure’, IJAS International Conference, Orlando, Florida, USA (March 21 -24th).
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2010, ‘Slums and evictions in Ghana: A case of neoliberalism in the metropolis?’, XVII World Congress of Sociology, Gothenburg, Sweden, 11-17 July.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2009, ‘Transforming Third world cities through good urban governance. Fresh evidence’, 10th Association of Pacific Rim Universities Conference, Kyoto, Japan (6-10th July, 2009).
Book Review Essays
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2011, ‘Economics for Everyone: A Short Guide to the Economics of Capitalism’, African Review of Economics and Finance.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, in press, ‘The Hidden Millions: Homelessness in the Developing world’, Housing, Theory and Society.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, in press, ‘Chasing the elephant into the bush: The politics of complacency’, Politics and Policy.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2010, ‘The State of African Cities’, African Affairs, vol.109, no. 435, pp.340-341.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2010, ‘Where the Other Half Lives: Lower Income Housing in a Neoliberal World’, Urban Studies, vol. 47, no. 7, pp. 1587–1596.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2009, ‘Globalizing City. The Urban and Economic Transformation of Accra’, Regional Studies, vol. 43, no.7, pp.997-998.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, forthcoming, ‘Development and Globalization: A Marxian Class Analysis’, Review of Radical Political Economics.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, 2010, ‘Building prosperity: Housing and economic development’, Journal of International Real Estate and Construction Studies, vol.1, no.1, pp.104-107.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, ‘Cities and Economic Development: Aspects of Development and Underdevelopment, The Bottom Billion, and The State of the World’s Cities’, Urban Studies.
  • Obeng-Odoom F, forthcoming, ‘Decentralisation in Developing Countries: Global Perspectives on Obstacles to Fiscal Devolution’, Journal of Australian Political Economy

Joy Paton

Book
  • 2011 Seeking Sustainability: On the Prospect of an Ecological Liberalism, London & New York: Routledge
Refereed journal articles:
  • 2011 “Climate Change: The Economics and Politics of Justice”, Australian Journal of Political Science, Vol 46, Issue 2
  • 2010 “Labour as a (Fictitious) Commodity: Polanyi and the Capitalist ‘Market Economy’”, Economic and Labour Relations Review, Vol 21, No 1
  • 2008 “What’s Left of Sustainable Development”, Journal of Australian Political Economy, December, Issue 62
Book Chapters:
  • 2011 “Sustainable Development” in G Argyrous & F Stilwell eds, Readings in Political Economy: Economics as a Social Science, Prahran Vic: Tilde University Press
Other Refereed Publications:
  • 2010 “PriceLess! The Value of Pollution and Sustainable Climate Change” (with G Bryant) in L Chester, M Johnson & P Kriesler eds., Proceedings of the Ninth Australian Society of Heterodox Economists Conference, University of New South Wales, Sydney

Patricia Ranald

Book chapters
  • Ranald, Patricia “The Politics of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement in Australia” in Jane Kelsey (ed) No Ordinary Deal: Unmasking the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 2010, pp. 40-51.
  • Ranald, Patricia “The Australia-US Free Trade Agreement” in Paul Bowles, Ray Broomhill, Teresina Gutiérrez-Haces and Stephen McBride (eds), Towards Reperipheralisation? International Trade and Neoliberal Globalism, Routledge series Studies in Governance and Change in the Global Era (General Editor: Daniel Drache),London, Routledge, 2008, pp. 72-83.

Stuart Rosewarne

Book chapters:
  • Stuart Rosewarne (2007) ‘Global Warming and discourses of uncertainty: buying time, buying business and engendering risk’ Gavin Birch (ed) (2007) Water Wind Art and Debate: How environmental concerns impact on disciplinary research, Sydney
Refereed Journal Articles
  • Stuart Rosewarne (2010) “Globalisation and the commodification of labour: temporary labour migration” Economics and Labour Relations Review 2010 Vol 20 No 2: 99-110.
  • Stuart Rosewarne, with S. McGrath and Y. Rittau (2010) “Education, skill and unions in the Australian construction industry” Labour and Industry Vol 21 No 1 August : 438-462.
  • Stuart Rosewarne, with R. Pearse and J. Goodman (2010) “Researching direct action against carbon emissions: A digital ethnography of climate agency”, in Journal of Cosmopolitan Civil Societies, Vol 2 No 3, pp.76-103.
  • Stuart Rosewarne and James Goodman (2010) “Climate policy: from carbon tax to direct action?” Chain Reaction, November
  • Stuart Rosewarne (2010) “Beyond Hansen’s economics: rethinking carbon in the ‘cradle-to-grave’ value chain” Sydney Heterodox Economists Conference December.
  • Stuart Rosewarne (2010-2011) “Meeting the challenge of climate change: the poverty of the economic narrative and market solutions as subterfuge” Journal of Australian Political Economy Summer Issue 66: 17-50.
  • Stuart Rosewarne (forthcoming) “En-gendering responsibility in the Asian South? The feminisation of international labor migration and the ‘migration-development nexus’” Feminist Economics (forthcoming). with Susan McGrath Champ and Yasmin Rittau “From one skill shortage to the next: the Australian construction industry and geographies of a global labour market” Journal of Industrial Relations (forthcoming)

Ariel Salleh

Edited Book
  • Ariel Salleh 2009 Eco-Sufficiency & Global Justice: women write political ecology. London: Pluto Press and New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Edited Journal Special Issue
  • Ariel Salleh 2010 'Water and the Complexities of Climate', International Journal of Water, Vol. 5, No. 4. (EU)
Book Chapter
  • Salleh, Ariel 2010 'How the Ecological Footprint is Sex-Gendered: Implications for an eco-socialist theory and praxis' in Q. Huan (ed.), Eco-Socialism as Politics. Dordrecht: Springer.
Refereed Articles
  • Salleh, Ariel 2011 'Climate Strategy: Making the Choice between Ecological Modernisation or Living Well', Journal of Australian Political Economy, No. 66, 124-149.
  • Salleh, Ariel 2010 'A sociological reflection on the complexities of climate change research', International Journal of Water, Vol. 5, No. 4, 285-297.
  • Salleh, Ariel 2010 'El Movimiento Ecofeminista y la Economia Solidaria', Veredas, No. 21, in press. (MX)
  • Salleh, Ariel (2010) 'Embodied Materialism in Action', Polygraph: special issue on Ecology and Ideology, No. 22, 183-199: (US)
  • Salleh, Ariel 2010 'From Metabolic Rift to Metabolic Value: Reflections on Environmental Sociology and the Alternative Globalization Movement', Organization & Environment, Vol. 23, No. 2, 205-219. (US)
  • Salleh, Ariel 2009 'The Dystopia of Technoscience: An Ecofeminist Critique of Postmodern Reason', Futures, Vol. 41, No 4, 201-209. (UK)
  • Salleh, Ariel 2008 'Climate Change and the "Other" Footprint': The Commoner, No. 13: (UK)
  • Salleh, Ariel 2008 'Eco-socialism and "Ecological Civilization" in China', Capitalism Nature Socialism, Vol. 19, No. 3, 122-128. (US)

Susan Schroeder

Book Chapters
  • Susan Schroeder (2012) “Thorstein Veblen” in The Encyclopedia of Political Thought, Wiley-Blackwell Publications, forthcoming.
Refereed Journal Articles
  • Susan Schroeder (2009) “Defining and Detecting Financial Fragility: New Zealand’s Experience.” International Journal of Social Economics (UK), February.
Review Article
  • Review of The Hesitant Hand: Taming Self-Interest in the History of Ideas by Steven G. Medema in Australian Economic History Review, forthcoming 2011.
Refereed Conference Proceedings
  • Susan Schroeder (2010) “A Note on the Conception of Competition in Minsky’s Financial Fragility Hypothesis," the 12th Annual Conference of the Association of Heterodox Economics, University of Bordeaux, France, July 8-10, 2010.

Frank Stilwell

Book
  • G.Argyrous and F.Stilwell [eds] (2011), Readings in Political Economy: Economics as a Social Science, Tilde University Press, Melbourne, new edition
  • Stilwell F, Butler, GJ., and Jones, E 2009, Political Economy Now! The Struggle for Alternative Economics at the University of Sydney, Darlington Press, Sydney.
  • Stilwell, F. and Primrose, D., The Distribution of Wealth in Australia, in Equality Speaks: Challenges for a Fair Society, edited by J. Schofield , Catalyst, Sydney, 2009, pp.85-95.
Journal Articles
  • Stilwell, F., Teaching a Pluralist Course in Economics: the University of Sydney Experience, International Journal of Pluralist Economic Education, [forthcoming]
  • Stilwell, F., Economic Stimulus and Restructuring: Infrastructure, green jobs and spatial impacts (with D. Primrose), Urban Policy and Research, Vol. 28, No. 1, March 2010, pp. 5-25 (modified version of L.15).
  • Stilwell, F., The Political Economy Challenge to Orthodoxy, Labour and Industry, Vol. 20, No. 3, April 2010, pp. 331-343 2009
  • Stilwell, F., with B. Spies-Butcher “Climate Change Policy and Economic Recession” , Journal of Australian Political Economy, No. 63, Winter, 2009, pp. 108-125.
  • Stilwell, F., The New Right Were Wrong, Social Alternatives, Vol 28, No 1, 2009, pp7-11
Book chapter
  • Stilwell, F., What Role for Government in Creating Sustainabilty?, in J.Murray, C.Dey and C.Andrew [eds], The Teachers Guide to Sustainability [forthcoming]
Magazine Articles
  • Stilwell, F., The Global Financial Crisis: What Can We Do About It?, Australian Options, No 56, Autumn 2009, pp17-20