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URPE - Union For Radical Political Economists
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URPE - Union For Radical Political Economists

AFIT 13, URPE 4 - The Political Economy of Labor and Social Reproduction

Geoffrey Schneider
Title: Coordinator
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Affiliation: Bucknell University

Moderator: Richard Dadzie, Seattle Pacific University


Discussants: The Panelists


“Reframing the Crisis of Social Reproduction Through Hodgson’s Concept of Necessary Impurities”, Barbara Hopkins, Wright State University

“The Double Crisis of Social Reproduction: Caste, Capital and Essential Labor in India”, Abhilasha Srivastava, California State University – Fresno

“Precarious Employment, Precarious Lives, Institutional Economic Perspectives, Janice Peterson, University of California-Fresno

“Telework and Hybrid Work: Inequality Issues and Challenges”, Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, University of Quebec

“Capitalism, Enslavement, and the Logic of Dividuation”, Ralph Sassower, University of Colorado-Colorado Springs

Event Information

Event Date 04-14-2023 1:00 pm
Location Cloister East