This report, using data from a range of authoritative sources, studies the long-term postwar economic growth of the industrialised North and shows that this has fallen continuously, with only brief and limited interruptions, since at least the early 1960s.
Alan Freeman’s acceptance speech, given to the World Association for Political Economy (WAPE) in response to its Marxian Economics Award, July 2018. It deals with the relation required between Chinese and Western Marxist economists, in the light of China’s economic success, the prolonged stagnation of the industrialised economies, and the persistence of a high level of inequality between nations.
An introduction to Volume 1 of the book ‘The Creation of Value by Living Labour: A Normative and Empirical Study’. By Cheng Enfu, Wang Guijin and Zhu Kui, vol. 1. London and Istanbul: Canut Press. 2018.
Slides from a talk at the 2016 Congress of the Humanities in Calgary, as part of a roundtable on economics with Len Findlay, Robert Chernomas and Ian Hudson. The talk covers key aspects of the movement for the reform of economics teaching in the UK, with relevance to the rest of the world.
Die Debatte zwischen Samir Amin, Radhika Desai und Manuela Boatca fand am 20. Mai 2016 unter dem Titel »Widersprüche der nationalen Befreiung« statt im Rahmen eines Plenums der XX. Internationalen InkriT-Tagung, »Widersprüche des Nationalen« (19.-22. Mai 2016).
In the summer of 2015 I delivered this paper, written by my father Chris Freeman, at the University della Tuscia, where I was working at the time. The University had invited Chris to deliver a memorial lecture on Schumpeter. He spent a lot of time writing it, but was beginning to experience problems with blood pressure; his doctor advised him not to take the flight and I gave it in his place.