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  • Double negative effects on the wages of ethnic minority women: evidence from China
    Author: Xinxin Ma Faculty of Economics, Hosei University, Tokyo, JapanDr. Xinxin MA is a professor at the Faculty of Economics, Hosei University. Her current research focuses on labor market institutional transition and income inequality in China. Her recent articles have been published in journals such as Journal of Asian Economics, China Economic Review, Review of Development Economics, Emerging Markets Review, and Economic Systems.
  • Detaching ‘neoliberalism’ from ‘free markets’: monopolistic corporations as neoliberalism’s ideal market form
    Author: Ian Bruff Department of Politics, University of Manchester, Manchester, UKIan Bruff is Senior Lecturer in European Politics at the University of Manchester, UK. He has published widely on capitalist diversity, European capitalisms, neoliberalism, and social theory, and was Managing Editor of the Transforming Capitalism book series (Rowman & Littlefield International) during its 2014–2023 existence. He is an active member of the Critical Political Economy Research Network.
  • A political economy analysis of changes and continuities in Iran–Africa trade relations: a case of South–South dependency?
    Author: Eric Lob Hakan Yilmazkuday a Department of Politics and International Relations, Florida International University, Miami, Florida, USAb Department of Economics, Florida International University, Miami, Florida, USAEric Lob is a professor of politics and international relations at the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University.Hakan Yilmazkuday is a professor of economics at the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University.

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