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Neoliberal Capitalism in the Alternative Press

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Capital & Class

Publisher
Conference of Socialist Economists
Publisher URL
Editors
Editorial Committee: Andreas Bieler, Surhan Cam, Ana Dinerstein, Nik Hammer, Jane HArrington, Andrew McCulloch, Kate Mulholland, Peter Nicholls, Valeria Pulignano, Mike Richardson, Peter Shirlow, Paul Stewart, John Stirling, Gerard Stange, Martin Upchurch
Total Circulation
800
Circulation Region
international
Listed Since
1977
ISSN
0309-8168
OCLC
3388313
Readership
Researchers and activists interested in class analysis, the political economy of capitalism, and socialist alternatives
Reviewed In
  • New Statesman 111(May 9, 1986): 28.

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