New School Economic Review http://nsereview.org/index.php/NSER <p><span class="m_-1585645122239142977gmail-m_1336718780344196237gmail-apple-converted-space">An open-access student-run journal for</span>&nbsp;content influenced by the&nbsp;multidisciplinary approach and radical&nbsp;tradition of The New School for Social Research.</p> The New School for Social Research, Economics Department en-US New School Economic Review 2377-2832 What Do Financial Crises Do? http://nsereview.org/index.php/NSER/article/view/24 <p>What do financial crises do – to us? The hardship that people go through in the wake of financial crises – unemployment, poverty, mental and physical illness – can be harrowing. But do financial crises really increase inequality? There are many possible connections between the two. Causality can run both ways, either crises engendering greater inequality, or inequality generating crises.</p> Miriam Rehm Copyright (c) 2018 New School Economic Review 2018-11-23 2018-11-23 9 1 3 6 Relevance and Irrelevance of Marxian Economics http://nsereview.org/index.php/NSER/article/view/10 <p>RELEVANCE AND IRRELEVANCE OF MARXIAN ECONOMICS</p> Michael Heinrich Copyright (c) 2017-03-01 2017-03-01 9 1 The Secret History of the U.S. Currency: HIstorical Double Standards in International Rules http://nsereview.org/index.php/NSER/article/view/13 <p>The Secret History of the U.S. Currency: HIstorical Double Standards in International Rules</p> Ha-Joon Chang Copyright (c) 2017-03-01 2017-03-01 9 1 Regionalism and Trade: A Glimpse of Africa’s Experience http://nsereview.org/index.php/NSER/article/view/14 <p>Regionalism and Trade: A Glimpse of Africa’s Experience</p> Ejeviome Eloho Otobo Copyright (c) 2017-03-01 2017-03-01 9 1 Letter from Editors http://nsereview.org/index.php/NSER/article/view/35 <p>No Abstract Available.</p> Jose Alejandro Coronado Julian Kyle Bautista Copyright (c) 2017-03-01 2017-03-01 9 1 1 1