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Working Paper No. 01, Three Forms of Fascism, Lauren Sweger-Hollingsworth

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Working Paper No. 02, Marx on British Colonialism in India, Lauren Sweger-Hollingsworth

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Working Paper No. 03, Thorstein Veblen and The Vested Interests, Lauren Sweger-Hollingsworth

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Working Paper No. 04, Marx and Religion, Lauren Sweger-Hollingsworth

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Working Paper No. 05, Proudhon, Bakunin and Anarcho-socialism, Lauren Sweger-Hollingsworth

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Working Paper No. 06, Towards a Veblenian Theory of Economic Development: Drawing from Imperial Germany, Cesar Maldonado

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Working Paper No. 07, Evsey Domar and the Keynesian Tradition, Cesar Maldonado

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Working Paper No. 08, A Non-Equilibrium Approach to Economics: Towards an Intellectual Biography of Gunnar Myrdal, Leo Solovyov

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Working Paper No. 09, Martin Heidegger: A Compromised Man, Mark Miller

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Working Paper No. 10, The Epic Rise and Subtle Fall of American Herbalism, Julia Schweid

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Working Paper No. 11, The 'Green' New Deal In Light of Roosevelt's New Deal, Gabriel Duvidovich

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Working Paper No. 12, Technological Convergence and Institutional Evolution in the Energy Sector, James Bennett

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Working Paper No. 13, Friedrich List and National Development, Mitch Priestley

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Working Paper No. 14, Gramsci, Dugger and Hegemony, Devin Bales

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Working Paper No. 15, Jevons’ Selective Interpretation of Bentham, Devin Bales

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Working Paper No. 16, Had We Paid Attention to Keynes?, Saidhbhe Quigley

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Working Paper No. 17, William Petty and Political Economy, Clarissa Allen

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Working Paper No. 18, Thomas Piketty on Capital and Inequality, Max Randall

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Working Paper No. 19, Werner Sombart and National Socialism, Jenica M. Kramer

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Working Paper No. 20, Veblen and the Question of Sexual Selection, Jenica M. Kramer

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Working Paper No. 21, The Union of Democracy and Socialism: Towards an Intellectual Biography of Karl Kautsky, Leo Solovyov

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Working Paper No. 22, Coffee and the American Independence Movement, Ross Bradner

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Working Paper No. 23, Hyman Minsky and Financial Instability, Gabriel Caballero

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Working Paper No. 24, Economic Thought During Japan’s Meiji Era, Karson M. Pence

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Working Paper No. 25, On the Importance of Contributions by Robert Torrens, Mitchell Veele

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Working Paper No. 26, Basic Tenets of the Austrian School of Economics, Vladislav Yurlov

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Working Paper No. 27, Processes in Capital Accumulation Leading Towards Inequality, Matthew Perez

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Working Paper No. 28, Roots of the American Labor Movement, Lillian Garcia

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Working Paper No. 29, Lina Khan, New Technologies, and Institutional Reform, Lillian Garcia

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Working Paper No. 30, On the Origins of Laissez-Faire, Thomas Breaden

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Working Paper No. 31, Marx and Proudhon: Two Visions of Socialism, Lillian Garcia

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Working Paper No. 32, Canada and the United States: A Comparison of their Philosophical Bases, Lorraine M. Hutton

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Working Paper No. 33, Behavioral Assumptions in Jevons and Menger, Yvan Saastamoinen

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Working Paper No. 34, Rosa Luxemburg and Joan Robinson on the Accumulation of Capital, Brian Vistica

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Working Paper No. 35, The Machine Process in Industry and Society: A Veblenian Approach, Emily Pitkin

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Working Paper No. 36, The Rise of Marginalism: The Philosophical Foundations of Neoclassical Economic Thought, Emily Pitkin