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The editors at the American Review of Political Economy welcome high-quality submissions from all perspectives of the discipline. We are especially open to submissions from all branches of heterodox economics, including Feminist Economics, Black Political Economy, Post Keynesian, Institutionalist, Marxian, Sraffian, Austrian, and Classical Political Economy.


Current Issue: Volume 15, Number 1

Did North Carolina Economically Breed-Out Blacks During its Historical Eugenic Sterilization Campaign? by, Gregory N. Price, William Darity Jr. and Rhonda V. Sharpe

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The Evolution of BRICS in International Political Economy by C.C. Shaheem and K. Jayaprasad

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Modern Monetary Theory and the Public Purpose by Dirk H. Ehnts and Maurice Höfgen

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Technological Unemployment and the Resurgence of Political Economy by Fabio D’ Orlando

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Impact of motives of inward FDI on benefits perceived by foreign multinational enterprises investing in India by Nawal Kishor, Mohd Afaq Khan, and Alka Sanjeev

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Review of Steven Hail’s Economics for Sustainable Prosperity  by Sam Levey

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