Review of Radical Political Economics
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Review of Radical Political Economics

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Managing Editor
Hazel Dayton Gunn Department of City and Regional Planning, Cornell University, USA

eISSN: 15528502| ISSN: 04866134|Current volume: 47|Current issue: 3 Frequency: Quarterly

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For more than forty years, the Review of Radical Political Economics (RRPE) has been a leading outlet for innovative research in non-orthodox economics. As the journal of the Union for Radical Political Economics, the RRPE promotes critical inquiry into all areas of economic, social, and political reality.

The RRPE welcomes contributions in all areas of political economy including, but not confined to, Marxian economics, post-Keynesian economics, Sraffian economics, feminist economics, and radical institutional economics. We are actively seeking articles concerned with policy, history of thought, and economics and the environment as they relate to radical political economy. All individual subscriptions are handled through the Union for Radical Political Economics. Click here for more information: http://www.urpe.org

About the Society

The Union for Radical Political Economics (URPE) is an interdisciplinary association devoted to the study, development, and application of radical political economic analysis to social problems. Membership privileges in the organization are offered to all personal subscribers to the Review of Radical Political Economics.

The Review of Radical Political Economics (RRPE) promotes critical inquiry into all areas of economic, social, and political reality. As the journal of the Union for Radical Political Economics, RRPE publishes innovative research in political economy broadly defined including, but not confined to, Marxian economies, post-Keynesian economics, Sraffian economics, feminist economics, and radical institutional economics. We are actively seeking submissions concerned with policy, history of thought, and economics and the environment as they relate to radical political economy. RRPE reflects an interdisciplinary approach to the study, development, and application of radical political economic analysis to social problems.

Managing Editor
Hazel Dayton Gunn Department of City and Regional Planning, Cornell University, USA
Book Review Editor
David Barkin Autonomous Metropolitan University, Mexico
Editorial Board
Enid Arvidson University of Texas at Arlington
Fletcher Baragar University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada
Brigitte Bechtold Central Michigan University
Ray Boddy San Diego State University
Martha Campbell SUNY Potsdam, USA
Sara Cantillon University College Dublin
Firat Demir University of Oklahoma
William Dugger The University of Tulsa
Don Goldstein Allegheny College
Davide Gualerzi University of Padua, Italy
Christopher Gunn Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Dorene Isenberg University of Redlands
Fadhel Kaboub Denison University
Michael Keaney Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences
Mark Klinedinst University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS
Mehrene Larudee Al Quds Bard Honors College, Abu Dis, Palestine
Mark Lautzenheiser Earlham College
Victor Lippit University of California, Riverside, USA
Marlene Kim University of Massachusetts-Boston
Gary Mongiovi Saint John's University
Phillip O'Hara Global Political Economy Research Unit
Shaianne Osterreich Ithaca College
Arslan Razmi The University of Massachusetts Amherst
Daniel E. Saros Valparaiso University
Susan Schroeder The University of Sydney, Australia
Ramaa Vasudevan Colorado State University, USA
John Willoughby American University
Tamar Diana Wilson University of Missouri
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    REVIEW OF RADICAL POLITICAL ECONOMICS

    1. Papers must be in English.

    2. Papers for publication should be sent electronically in Microsoft Word for Windows, or in MS Word for Macintosh 97-2004 with a “.doc” extension, to hg18@cornell.edu (Hazel Dayton Gunn, Department of City and Regional Planning, 106 W. Sibley Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853; tel: (315) 789-1414. Because we use a single-blind review process, it is imperative that the electronic copy contain no reference to the authors in the text, foot notes, file name, and file meta-data. Submission of a paper will be held to imply that it contains original unpublished work and is not being submitted for publication elsewhere. Upon acceptance of an article, author(s) will be asked to transfer copyright of the article to the Union for Radical Political Economics. This transfer will ensure the widest possible dissemination of information. Authors must send a hard copy of their accepted article to the managing editor with the copyright form.

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    4. Manuscripts should be double-spaced, with wide margins. All pages should be numbered consecutively. Titles and subtitles should be short. References, tables, and legends for the figures should be printed on separate pages. Manuscripts should not exceed 10,000 words.

    5. A separate electronic page should contain the following information: (i) the title; (ii) the name(s) and institutional affiliation(s) of the author(s); (iii) the full mailing address of the corresponding author; (iv) an abstract of 50-75 words; (v) email addresses of authors; (vi) 3-5 key words; (vii) 2-3 JEL codes; (viii) word count. (Manuscripts exceeding the 10,000-word limit may not be accepted for publication by the reviewers.)

    6. Footnotes should follow the text at the bottom of the page where the footnote occurs, and should include only material that cannot be included in the text. Footnotes are numbered consecutively throughout the text by superscript numerals. They should be double-spaced and not include displayed formulae or tables.

    7. Displayed formulae should be numbered consecutively throughout the manuscript as (1), (2), etc. against the right-hand margin of the page. In cases where derivation of formulae has been abbreviated, it is of great help to the referees if the full derivation can be presented on a separate sheet (not to be published).

    8. References to publications should be as follows: “Smith (1992) reported that…” or “This problem has been studied previously (e.g. Smith et al. 1969).” The author should make sure that there is a strict one-to-one correspondence between the names and years in the text and those on the list. The list of references should appear at the end of the main text (after any appendices, but before tables and legends for figures). It should be double-spaced and listed in alphabetical order by author’s name. References should appear as follows:

    For books:
    Hawawini, G., and I. Swary. 1990. Mergers and acquisitions in the U.S. banking industry: Evidence from the capital markets. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

    For chapters in edited books:
    Brunner, K., and A. H. Meltzer. 1990. Money supply. In Handbook of monetary economics, ed. B. M. Friedman and F. H. Hahn, vol. 1, 357-396. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

    For journal articles:
    Griffiths, W., and G. Judge. 1992. Testing and eliminating location vectors when the error covariance matrix is unknown. Journal of Econometrics 54: 121-138.

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    10. Tables should be numbered consecutively in the text in Arabic numerals and printed on separate sheets. Any manuscript which does not conform to the above instructions may be returned for the necessary revision before publication.

    11. Page proofs will be sent to the corresponding author. Proofs should be corrected carefully; the responsibility for detecting errors lies with the author. Corrections should be restricted to instances in which the proof is at variance with the manuscript. Extensive alterations will be charged.

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