Partner institutions

Listed below are institutions in which a number of our members have ongoing, active roles.

  • Post-Keynesian Economics Study Group
    PKSG was founded in 1988 by Philip Arestis and Victoria Chick with the support of the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). The purpose of the Study Group is to encourage collaboration among scholars and students of Post Keynesian economics, defined broadly as a theoretical approach that draws upon the work of Keynes, Kalecki, Joan Robinson, Kaldor, Kahn and Sraffa. This approach is distinguished by the central role of the principle of effective demand (that demand matters in the long run) and an insistence that history, social structure and institutional practice be embodied in its theory and reflected in its policy recommendations.
  • Research on Money and Finance (RMF)
    A network of political economists that have a track record in researching money and finance. It aims to generate analytical work on the development of the monetary and the financial system in recent years. A further aim is to produce synthetic work on the transformation of the capitalist economy, the rise of financialisation and the resulting intensification of crises. RMF intends its work to influence public debate on money and finance. Engelbert Stockhammer and Iren Levina are members of the RMF network.
  • Political Economy Research Institute (PERI)
    Based at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, promoting human and ecological well-being through original research. Since its founding, PERI has become a leading source of research and policy initiatives on issues of globalisation, unemployment, financial market instability, central bank policy, living wages and decent work, and the economics of peace, development, and the environment. Engelbert Stockhammer is research associate at PERI.
  • Conference of Socialist Economists (CSE)
    An international, democratic membership organisation committed to developing a materialist critique of capitalism, unconstrained by conventional academic divisions between subjects. Julian Wells is a member of the Executive Committee of the CSE.
  • Capital & Class
    Since 1977 Capital & Class has been the main peer-reviewed, independent source for a Marxist critique of global capitalism. Pioneering key debates on value theory, domestic labour, and the state, it reaches out into the labour, trade union, anti-racist, feminist, environmentalist and other radical movements. Julian Wells is a member of the Editorial Board of Capital & Class.
  • Review of Political Economy
    A peer-reviewed journal welcoming constructive and critical contributions in all areas of political economy, including the Austrian, Behavioral Economics, Feminist Economics, Institutionalist, Marxian, Post Keynesian, and Sraffian traditions. The review publishes both theoretical and empirical research, and is also open to submissions in methodology, economic history and the history of economic thought that cast light on issues of contemporary relevance in political economy. Engelbert Stockhammer is on the Editoral Advisory Board.
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