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Recently Doug Henwood interviewed Katherine Moos about her article, “The historical evolution of the cost of social reproduction in the United States, 1959-2012” published in the #reviewofsocialeconomy See the two links below!
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Congratulations to Drs. Jesse Hembruff and Susanne Soederberg on winning the 2019 Patrick J. Welch Award for their article in the Forum for Social Economics entitled “Debtfarism and the Violence of Financial Inclusion: The Case of the Payday Lending Industry”! #socialeconomics
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Congratulations to Drs. Céline Bonnefond and Fatma Mabrouk on winning the 2019 Helen Potter Award for their article in the Review of Social Economy entitled “Subjective Well-being in China: Direct and Indirect Effects of Rural-to-Urban Migrant Status” (Vol. 77, Issue #4)!
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