Economy

Adrian Pabst, “The Crisis of Capitalist Democracy” Telos 152 (Fall 2010).

Anton Oleinik, “On Negative Convergence: The Metaphor of Vodka-Cola Reconsidered,” Telos 145 (Winter 2008).

Walter Block and Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr., “Katrina and the Future of New Orleans,” Telos 139 (Summer 2007).

David Sherman, “The Ontological Need: Positing Subjectivity and Resistance in Hardt and Negri’s Empire,” Telos 128 (Summer 2004).

Joseph R. Stromberg, “Toward an Autopsy of the Marxist Theory of the State,” Telos 119 (Spring 200).

Anthony King, “Legitimating Post-Fordism: A Critique of Anthony Giddens’ Later Works,” Telos 115 (Spring 1999).

John Milbank, “The Politics of Time: Community, Gift and Liturgy,” Telos 113 (Fall 1999).

Paul Piccone, “The End of Public Education?” Telos 111 (Spring 1998).

Alain de Benoist, “Confronting Globalization,” Telos 108 (Summer 1996).

Paul Gottfried, “Public Administration and Liberal Democracy,” Telos 104 (Summer 1995).

John L. Campbell, “The Fiscal Crisis of Post-Communist States,” Telos 93 (Fall 1992).

Kazimierz Kloc, “Polish Labor in Transition (1990-1992),” Telos 92 (Summer 1992).

Teresa Kuczynska, “The Capitalists Among Us,” Telos 92 (Summer 1992).

Piotr Marciniak, “Polish Labor Unions: Can They Find a Way Out?,” Telos 92 (Summer 1992).

David Ost, “Introduction: Shock Therapy and Its Discontents,” Telos 92 (Summer 1992).

Janine R. Wedel, “The Unintended Consequences of Western Aid to Post- Communist Europe,” Telos 92 (Summer 1992).

Wolfgang Fach, “Common Sense: the Demand Side, the Supply Side and the Far Side,” Telos 86 (Winter 1990-91).

Anne Hodgson, “Common Sense: the Demand Side, the Supply Side and the Far Side,” Telos 86 (Winter 1990-91).

Luciano Pellicani, “Preconditions for Soviet Economic Development,” Telos 84 (Summer 1990).

Simon Clarke, “The Crisis of Fordism or the Crisis of Social Democracy?,” Telos 83 (Spring 1990).

Nanette Funk, “Obsessive Democracy,” Telos 81 (Fall 1989).

Moishe Gonzales, “Exorcising Perestroika,” Telos 81 (Fall 1989).

Evgenii Kuznetsov, “Problems of Conversion of Soviet Defense Agencies,” Telos 81 (Fall 1989).

Felix Shirokov, “Problems of Conversion of Soviet Defense Agencies,” Telos 81 (Fall 1989).

Frank Adler, “1992 or Bust!,” Telos 80 (Summer 1989).

Milovan Djilas, “The Crisis of Communism,” Telos 80 (Summer 1989).

Miron Wolnicki, “Self-government and Ownership in Poland,” Telos 80 (Summer 1989).

Alexei I. Izyumov, “The Demilitarization of the Soviet Economy,” Telos 80 (Summer 1989).

Lucio Leante, “Perestroika at a Snail’s Pace,” Telos 80 (Summer 1989).

Michael Pollak, “Politics and Rhetoric,” Telos 76 (Summer 1988).

Stephen L. Newman, “Romantic Liberalism,” Telos 75 (Spring 1988).

Johnny Payne, “Talking Around Terrorism: A Conference Report,” Telos 74 (Winter 1987-88).

David Fraser, “Righting the Constitution,” Telos 74 (Winter 1987-88).

Tim Luke, “James O’ Connor, ‘Accumulation Crisis’,” Telos 69 (Fall 1986).

Andrzej J. Bloch, “The Private Sector in Poland,” Telos 66 (Winter 1985-86).

Various, “Letters to the Editor,” Telos 66 (Winter 1985-86).

Steven Sampson, “The Informal Sector in Eastern Europe,” Telos 66 (Winter 1985-86).

Claus Offe, “Corporatism as Macro-Structuring,” Telos 65 (Fall 1985).

Patrick M. Hughes, “Juan E. Corradi, ‘The Fitful Republic: Economy Society and Politics in Argenita’,” Telos 65 (Spring 1985).

André Gorz, “Against Confusing Autonomous Activity with Wage Labor,” Telos 64 (Summer 1985).

André Gorz, “The American Model and the Future of the Left,” Telos 64 (Summer 1985).

Daniel Mothé, “Must Working Time Be Reduced?,” Telos 64 (Summer 1985).

Jorge Schvarzer, “Argentina and the Future,” Telos 64 (Summer 1985).

Paul Thibaud, “The Triumph of the Entrepreneur,” Telos 64 (Summer 1985).

Daniel Cohen, “The End of Keynesianism,” Telos 63 (Spring 1985).

Claus Offe, “The Future of the Labor Market,” Telos 60 (Summer 1984).

Earl Picard, “The New Black Economic Development Strategy,” Telos 60 (Summer 1984).

John Zerzan, “Taylorism and Unionism: The Origins of a Partnership,” Telos 60 (Summer 1984).

John Keane, “The Welfare State and the Future of Socialism: An Interview with Claus Offe ,” Telos 58 (Winter 1983-84).

David Held, “The Welfare State and the Future of Socialism: An Interview with Claus Offe ,” Telos 58 (Winter 1983-84).

John Clark, “Murray Bookchin, ‘The Ecology of Freedom: The Emergence and Dissolution of Hierarchy’,” Telos 57 (Fall 1983).

Frank Hearn, “Barry Bluestone and Bennett Harrison, ‘The Deindustrialization of America: Plant Closings, Community Abandonment and the Dismantling of Basic Industry’; John C. Reines, Lenora E. Berson, David McL. Gracie, eds., ‘Community and Capital in Conflict: Plant Closings and Job Loss’,” Telos 57 (Fall 1983).

Frank Hearn, “The Corporatist Mood in the United States,” Telos 56 (Summer 1983).

John Kane, “Stagflation and the New Right,” Telos 56 (Summer 1983).

Ian Shapiro, “Stagflation and the New Right,” Telos 56 (Summer 1983).

Boris Komarov, “Economy and Ethics of the Gas Pipeline Deal,” Telos 56 (Summer 1983).

Tim Luke, “Informationalism and Ecology,” Telos 56 (Summer 1983).

Sharon Zukin, “French Socialists vs. Deindustrialization: The State in the World Economy,” Telos 55 (Spring 1983).

Paul Mattick Jr. , “Rudolph Hilferding, ‘Finance Capital’,” Telos 54 (Winter 1982Ð83).

Jose Casanova, “The Modernization of Spain,” Telos 53 (Fall 1982).

Du-Yul Song, “Is the Japanese Model an Alternative?,” Telos 52 (Summer 1982).

Leo Timofeev, “Black Market Technology in the USSR: Or, Peasants’ Art of Starving,” Telos 51 (Spring 1982).

Tim Luke, “Anti-Work?,” Telos 50 (Winter 1981-82).

John Zerzan, “Anti-Work and the Struggle for Control,” Telos 50 (Winter 1981-82).

Hyman P. Minsky, “The Breakdown of the 1960s Policy Synthesis,” Telos 50 (Winter 1981-82).

Tetsuo Kogawa, “Japan as a Manipulated Society,” Telos 49 (Fall 1981).

Joan B. Roelofs, “Martin Carnoy and Derek Shearer, ‘Economic Democracy: Challenge of the 80’s’,” Telos 49 (Fall 1981).

Jose Baptista, “Two Models of Portuguese Agrarian Reform: Centralism and Self-Management,” Telos 48 (Summer 1981).

André Gorz, “Nine Theses for a Future Left,” Telos 48 (Summer 1981).

Joachim Hirsch, “The New Leviathan and the Struggle for Democratic Rights,” Telos 48 (Summer 1981).

Antonio Carlo, “The Crisis of the State in the Thirties,” Telos 46 (Winter 1980-81).

Alec Nove, “George Konrad and Ivan Szeleny, ‘The Intellectuals on the Road to Class Power: A Sociological Study of the Role of Intellectuals in Socialism’,” Telos 44 (Summer 1980).

Antonio Carlo, “The Crisis of Bureaucratic Collectivism,” Telos 43 (Spring 1980).

Eleni Mahaira-Odoni, “Greece Out of the Common Market?,” Telos 43 (Spring 1980).

Scott McNall, “Greece and the Common Market,” Telos 43 (Spring 1980).

Ranko Ban, “More Notes from a Planning Office,” Telos 42 (Winter 1979-80).

Antonio Carlo, “The Italian Crisis and the Role of the Left,” Telos 42 (Winter 1979-80).

Gary Ulmen, “Lawrence Krader, ‘The Asiatic Mode of Porduction: Sources, Development and Critique in the Writings of Karl Marx’; Marian Sawer, ‘Marxism and the Question of the Asiatic Mode of Production’,” Telos 42 (Winter 1979-80).

Robert J. Antonio, “Alfred D. Chandler Jr., ‘The Visible Hand: the Managerial Revolution in American Business’,” Telos 42 (Winter 1979-80).

Antonio Carlo, “Unemployment,” Telos 38 (Winter 1978-79).

Robert J. Antonio, “Witold Kula, ‘An Economic Theory of the Feudal System’; Pierre Vilar, ‘A History of Gold and Money 1450-1920’,” Telos 37 (Fall 1978).

Antonio Carlo, “Dieter Senghaas, ‘Weltwirtschaftsordnung und Entwicklungspolitik: PlŠdoyer fŸr Dissoziation’,” Telos 36 (Summer 1978).

Antonio Carlo, “Imperialism, Monopolies and Inflation,” Telos 34 (Winter 1977-78).

Antonio Carlo, “The Oil Crisis and the Iron Law of Underdevelopment,” Telos 31 (Spring 1977).

Russell Jacoby, “A Falling Rate of Intelligence?,” Telos 27 (Spring 1976).

John Zerzan, “Unionization in America,” Telos 27 (Spring 1976).

Peter A. Victor, “M. Hollis, E.J. Neill, ‘Rational Economic Man’,” Telos 26 (Winter 1975-76).

Antonio Carlo, “C.P. Kindelberger, ‘The World in Depression’,” Telos 24 (Summer 1975).

John Alt, “Work, Culture and Crisis: A Reply to Zerzan and Looman,” Telos 23 (Spring 1975).

David Looman, “Unorganized History versus Organized Labor: A Reply to John Zerzan,” Telos 23 (Spring 1975).

Ivan Svitak, “Illusions of Czech Socialist Democracy,” Telos 22 (Winter 1974-75).

Antonio Carlo, “The Socio-Economic Nature of the USSR,” Telos 21 (Fall 1974).

John Zernan, “Organized Labor versus ‘The Revolt Against Work:’ The Critical Contest,” Telos 21 (Fall 1974).

Paul Mattick Jr., “Maurice Godelier, ‘Rationality and Irrationality in Economics’,” Telos 18 (Winter 1973-74).

André Gorz, “The Tyranny of the Factory: Today and Tomorrow,” Telos 16 (Summer 1973).

Herbert Marcuse, “On the Philosophical Foundation of the Concenpt of Labor in Economics,” Telos 16 (Summer 1973).

Pier Aldo Rovatti, “Fetishims and Economic Categories,” Telos 14 (Winter 1972).

Trent Schroyer, “Marx’s Theory of the Crisis,” Telos 14 (Winter 1972).

Mario Tronti, “Workers and Capital,” Telos 14 (Winter 1972).

Lucio Colletti, “The Theory of the Crash,” Telos 13 (Fall 1972).

Salvatore Veca, “Value, Labor and the Critique of Political Economy,” Telos 9 (Fall 1971).

James E. Hansen, “Ernest Mandel, ‘The Formation of Marx’s Economic Thought’,” Telos 9 (Fall 1971).

Fredy Perlman, “Essay on Commodity Fetishism,” Telos 6 (Fall 1970).

Jose Bell Lara, “Underdevelpoment: Feudal or Capitalist,” Telos 4 (Fall 1969).