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Call for Papers – Marxism21 – Special Issue on Wage-led Growth Models

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Wage-led Growth Model: Can it be an alternative model to solve the global crisis?

MARXISM 21 was founded as a semi-annual academic journal specialized in Marxist studies in 2004. MARXISM 21 has been selected as a Korean Research Foundation Listed-Candidate Journal and published on a quarterly basis since 2008. After 2009 MARXISM 21 starts to publish articles in English as well as in Korean, with its Editorial Board expanded to some world-renowned Marxist scholars. MARXISM 21 publishes the academic works on following areas:① studies in the thoughts of Karl Marx and the classical Marxist tradition;② Marxist analysis of the contemporary capitalism and classstruggles;③ Debates between the various currents of Marxism. MARXISM 21 welcome the original and creative contributions from all the related disciplines, including economics, political science, sociology, literary critics, history, philosophy, cultural studies, etc.

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MARXISM 21 invites submissions for a special issue on Wage-led Growth Model: Can it be an alternative model to solve the global crisis?

Contributions are invited on topics including, but not limited to, the following: wage-led growth model, alternative growth strategy against neoliberalism in the theoretical tradition of K. Marx, J. M. Keynes and M. Kalecki and etc.

Contributors are invited to submit a short abstract (max. 200 words) outlining the key arguments of their prospective paper to Dong-Min Rieu at
rieudm@cnu.ac.kr by October 31, 2012. Final papers (max. 12,000 words length) will be expected to be submitted by 28 February, 2013 and the journal will be published in 20 May, 2013.

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Guest-Editors: Dong-Min Rieu (Chungnam National University, Korea)
Hyeon-Hyo Ahn (Daegu University, Korea)
Editor: Seongjin Jeong (Gyeongsang National University, Korea)

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