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Call for Papers: ASE Sessions at ASSA 2022

The Multiple Facets of Inequality The conservative revolution of the 1980s led to significant institutional changes that eroded public interventions in the economy. These changes

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2 days ago
We are excited to share, “The Political Economy of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprise Development: Characteristics, Productive Value and Market Constraints in Industrial Manufacturing" published by our secretary Christine Ngoc Ngo with her co-author Miao Chi!
2 days ago
We’ve just released our call for papers for the 2022 ASSA’s! We encourage you to submit your paper or a panel especially if you have a paper that matches with our theme, “The Multiple Facets of Inequality”.
6 days ago
Our deadline for the special issue on political economies of deprivation in the Review of Social Economy is 6/30! Message us with any questions that you have.