Working Papers on Capital as Power, Forum on Capital As Power

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Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2020 Can the world get along without natural resources?Fix, Blair
2020 Reconsidering systemic fear and the stock market: A reply to Baines and HagerMcMahon, James
2020 The Capital as Power Aproach: An Invited-then-Rejected Interview with Shimshon Bichler and Jonathan NitzanBichler, Shimshon; Nitzan, Jonathan
2020 Manuscripts Don't BurnBichler, Shimshon; Nitzan, Jonathan
2020 Economic Development and the Death of the Free MarketFix, Blair
2019 CasP's 'Differential Accumulation' versus Veblen's 'Differential Advantage' (Revised and Expanded)Nitzan, Jonathan; Bichler, Shimshon
2019 Selling Hollywood to ChinaMcMahon, James
2019 How the rich are different: Hierarchical power as the basis of income and classFix, Blair
2019 Jurisdictional tax rates: How the corporate tax system fuels concentration and inequalityHager, Sandy Brian; Baines, Joseph
2019 How the rich are different: Hierarchical power as the basis of income size and classFix, Blair
2018 CasP's 'Differential Accumulation' versus Veblen's 'Differential Advantage'Bichler, Shimshon; Nitzan, Jonathan
2018 Energy, hierarchy and the origin of inequalityFix, Blair
2018 The autocatalytic sprawl of pseudorational mastery (version 0.12)Martin, Ulf
2018 The aggregation problem: Implications for ecological economicsFix, Blair
2018 With Their Back to the Future: Will Past Earnings Trigger the Next Crisis?Nitzan, Jonathan; Bichler, Shimshon
2018 A Hierarchy Model of Income DistributionFix, Blair
2018 Capitalist income and hierarchical power: A gradient hypothesisFix, Blair
2018 The growth of US top income inequality: A hierarchical redistribution hypothesisFix, Blair
2018 The trouble with human capital theoryFix, Blair
2017 Arms and Oil in the Middle East: A Biography of ResearchBichler, Shimshon; Nitzan, Jonathan
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