The Capital as Power working paper series showcases cutting edge research on the political economy of capitalist power. The series is open to a wide-range of issues: theoretical, empirical, historical or contemporary. The aim is to stimulate debate and discussion on the capital as power framework.

If you are interested in submitting a working paper, please use the contact form below and put “Working Papers” in the subject line.

No. 2017/04: Bichler and Nitzan, ‘Arms and Oil in the Middle East: A Biography of Research’

Sandy Hager - August 13, 2017

No. 2017/02: Bichler & Nitzan, ‘Growing through Sabotage’

Sandy Hager - July 14, 2017

No. 2016/07: Bichler and Nitzan, ‘A CasP Model of the Stock Market’

James McMahon - November 7, 2016

No. 2016/5: Cochrane, “Disobedient Things”

Sandy Hager - August 24, 2016

No. 2017/03: Fix, ‘Evidence for a Power Theory of Personal Income Distribution’

Sandy Hager - July 26, 2017

No. 2017/01: Cochrane, ‘Differentiating Diamonds’

Sandy Hager - January 3, 2017

No. 2016/6: Pitts, ‘Capital as Power in the Creative Industries’

Sandy Hager - September 25, 2016

No. 2016/04: Fix, ‘Energy and Institution Size’

Sandy Hager - June 20, 2016