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There’s still time to apply for the ASE program secretary position! See the link for more details.
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The ASSA conference is about a month away! To kick off the ASE sessions we have Teresa Ghilarducci from the New School giving the ASE Plenary Session on "A Grey New Deal: The General Theory of Employment, Retirement and Money." We hope to see you there!
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Black Friday is a representation of modern day capitalism. Therefore, this week we are sharing the article “The Universal Capitalism Movement in the United States” published in the Review of Social Economy in 2000. Check it out at the link below!
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