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At a time when critical thinking is underrepresented in economics, the student-run New School Economic Review provides an outlet for content influenced by the multidisciplinary approach and radical tradition of The New School for Social Research. Early classical thinkers such as Smith, Ricardo, and Marx realized that the study of economics is rooted in the study of political economy—economics within a social and political context. In keeping with this tradition, we accept submissions to the peer-reviewed journal and blog in a wide array of areas, including but not limited to political economy, economic history, and the history of economic thought, drawing from Marxian, Keynesian, post-Keynesian, feminist, Sraffian, structural, and other approaches. The NSER serves as a forum for discussing current issues in economics and its intersections with other disciplines, and for debating global political and social affairs.
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