https://nsereview.org/index.php/NSER/issue/feed The New School Economic Review 2020-09-11T11:28:14-07:00 NSER Editorial Team NSER@Newschool.edu Open Journal Systems <p><span class="m_-1585645122239142977gmail-m_1336718780344196237gmail-apple-converted-space">The New School Economic Review is an open-access student-run journal for</span> research influenced by the multidisciplinary approach and radical tradition of The New School for Social Research.</p> https://nsereview.org/index.php/NSER/article/view/86 Ten Riots That Challenged Injustice and Changed U.S. History 2020-09-11T11:28:14-07:00 Mike Isaacson isaam829@newschool.edu Oriol Vallès Codina vallo119@newschool.edu Erjola Zotkaj zotke395@newschool.edu Ian Howland howli404@newschool.edu <p>There has been a lot of discussion on social media denouncing the property destruction and looting that happened after the very public string of murders and shootings of black folks by police in 2020. Most comments have centered on the lack of productivity of riots in obtaining justice. For the most part, the argumentation goes something like, “destroying your own community will do nothing to bring justice or positive change.” Yet if history is any precedent, these arguments are entirely unjustified. The United States has a long history of riots bringing change that no amount of kumbaya hand-holding or “working within the system” was ever able to accomplish.</p> 2020-09-10T00:00:00-07:00 Copyright (c) 2020 https://nsereview.org/index.php/NSER/article/view/83 Keynes Against Capitalism: His Economic Case For Liberal Socialism, by James R. Crotty 2020-03-06T14:21:15-08:00 Jacob Assa assaj401@newschool.edu <p>Common wisdom identifies the ideas of John Maynard Keynes—both in theory and policy—with either social democracy or, in its mainstream version, with the “third way” or progressive liberalism. James Crotty’s new book Keynes Against Capitalism (2019) begs to differ. Using a painstaking analysis of Keynes’s own writings from the 1920s to his death in 1946, Crotty argues that Keynes belongs in the same category as Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn, a position described by Keynes as “liberal socialism.”</p> 2020-03-05T00:00:00-08:00 Copyright (c) 2020 New School Economic Review https://nsereview.org/index.php/NSER/article/view/80 Proceedings of the ESU Colloquium: The State of Worldly Philosophy at The New School 2019-06-12T13:54:19-07:00 Ian Howland howli404@newschool.edu Kendall Stephenson stepk691@newschool.edu Abid Raza Khan abid@newschool.edu Michael Isaacson isaam829@newschool.edu Samar Issa issas158@newschool.edu Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven ingridhk@newschool.edu Alexandria Eisenbarth eisea663@newschool.edu 2015-02-01T00:00:00-08:00 Copyright (c) 0 https://nsereview.org/index.php/NSER/article/view/79 Papers in Celebration of Anwar Shaikh: Laws of Production 40 years on 2019-06-12T13:29:37-07:00 Geoffrey Harcourt gch@unsw.edu.au L. Randall Wray wray@levy.org 2015-02-01T00:00:00-08:00 Copyright (c) 0 https://nsereview.org/index.php/NSER/article/view/78 Willi Semmler’s Macroeconomics: An Appreciation 2019-06-12T13:15:09-07:00 Edward J. Nell NellE@newschool.edu 2015-02-01T00:00:00-08:00 Copyright (c) 0