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Martin Hart-Landsberg

Publications

Books and Edited Volumes

Capitalist Globalization: Consequences, Resistance, and Alternatives, New York: Monthly Review Press, 2013 (reprinted in Japanese).

Marxist Perspectives on South Korea in the Global Economy, edited with Richard Westra and Seongjin Jeong, Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate Publishing, 2007.

China and Socialism: Market Reforms and Class Struggle, with Paul Burkett, New York: Monthly Review Press, 2005 (reprinted in Hindi, Korean, Mandarin, Spanish, Turkish, and Norwegian).

Understanding Japanese Capitalism, with Paul Burkett, Seoul, South Korea: Meeto Publishers, 2005 (in Korean).

Development, Crisis, and Class Struggle: Learning from Japan and East Asia, with Paul Burkett, New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2000.

Korea: Division, Reunification, and U.S. Foreign Policy, New York: Monthly Review Press, 1998 (reprinted in Korean).

The Rush To Development: Economic Change and Political Struggle in South Korea, New York: Monthly Review Press, 1993.

 

Articles

The Pitfalls and Possibilities of Socialist Transformation: The Case of Greece,” Class, Race and Corporate Power, Vol 4, No 1 (May 2016).

From the Claw to the Lion: A Critical Look at Capitalist Globalization,” Critical Asian Studies, Vol 47, No 1 (March 2015).

Lessons from Iceland: Capitalism, Crisis, and Resistance,” Monthly Review, Vol 65, No 6 (October 2013).

Capitalism, The Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement, and Resistance,” Critical Asian Studies, Vol 43, No 3 (2011).

The Chinese Reform Experience, A Critical Assessment,” Review of Radical Political Economics, Vol 43, No 1 (Winter 2011).

ALBA and the Promise of Cooperative Development,” Monthly Review, Vol 62, No 7 (December 2010).

Forget the FTA Fix, Just Say No,” with Christine Ahn, Foreign Policy In Focus, October 2010.

ALBA and Cooperative Development: Lessons from the European Payments Union,” Marxism 21, Vol 7, No 3 (2010).

China, Capitalist Accumulation, and World Crisis,” Marxism 21, Vol 7, No 1 (2010).

The U.S. Economy and China: Capitalism, Class and Crisis,” Monthly Review, Vol 61, No 9 (February 2010).

Learning from ALBA and the Bank of the South: Challenges and Possibilities,” Monthly Review, Vol 61, No 4 (September 2009).

The Promise and Perils of Korean Reunification,” Monthly Review, Vol 60, No 11 (April 2009).

The Realities of China Today,” Against the Current, No 137 (November/December 2008).

China, Capitalist Accumulation, and Labor,” with Paul Burkett, Monthly Review, Vol 59, No 1 (May 2007).

Sanctions and War on the Korean Peninsula,” with John Feffer, Foreign Policy In Focus, January 2007.

China and the Dynamics of Transnational Accumulation: Causes and Consequences of Global Restructuring,” with Paul Burkett, Historical Materialism, Vol 14, No 3 (2006).

Neoliberalism: Myths and Reality,” Monthly Review, Vol 57, No 11 (April 2006).

China and Socialism: Engaging the Issues,” with Paul Burkett, Critical Asian Studies, Vol 37, No 4 (December 2005).

Thinking About China: Capitalism, Socialism, and Class Struggle,” with Paul Burkett, New Socialist, No. 51 (May-June 2005).

The South Korean Economy and U.S. Policy,” Asian Perspective, Vol 28, No 4 (2004).

China and Socialism, Market Reforms and Class Struggle,” with Paul Burkett, Monthly Review, Vol 56, No 3 (July-August, 2004).

“China in the Context of Uneven and Combined Development,” with Paul Burkett, Korean Journal of Political Economy, Vol 2 (2004).

“International Conditions and South Korean Capital Accumulation, 1987-2003,” Solidarity and Practice (South Korea), No. 120 (June 2004).

Popular Mobilization and Progressive Policy Making: Lessons from World War II Price Control Struggles in the United States,” Science and Society, Vol 67, No 4 (2003).

The Economic Crisis in Japan: Mainstream Perspectives and an Alternative View,” with Paul Burkett, Critical Asian Studies, Vol 35, No 3 (2003).

A Critique of ‘Catch-Up’ Theories of Development,” with Paul Burkett, Journal of Contemporary Asia, Vol 33, No 2 (2003).

Development, Crisis and Class Struggle in East Asia: A Reply,” with Paul Burkett, Historical Materialism, Vol 11, No 1 (2003).

Korea: Crisis and Opportunity,” Against the Current, 103 (March/April 2003).

Progressive Capitalism, Crisis, and Class Struggle: Lessons from Japan’s Production Control and Democracy Movements, ” with Paul Burkett, Capital and Class, Issue 79 (Spring 2003).

Challenging Neoliberal Myths: A Critical Look at the Mexican Experience,” Monthly Review, Vol 54, No 7 (December 2002).

Crisis and Recovery in East Asia: The Limits of Capitalist Development,” with Paul Burkett, Historical Materialism, Vol  8 (2001).

Economic Crisis and Restructuring in South Korea: Beyond the Free Market-Statist Debate,” with Paul Burkett, Critical Asian Studies, Vol 33, No 3 (September 2001).

Economic and Political Dynamics of South-North Reconciliation,” Asian Perspective, Vol 25, No 2 (2001).

FTAA, The Hydra’s New Head,” Against the Current, Vol 15, No 6 (January-February 2001).

Alternative Perspectives on Late Industrialization in East Asia: A Critical Survey,” with Paul Burkett, Review of Radical Political Economics, Vol 32, No 2 (2000).

After Seattle: Strategic Thinking About Movement Building,” Monthly Review, Vol 52, No 3 (July-August 2000).

“Capitalism and the Asian Crisis: A Critique of the ‘Mismatch’ Model,” with Paul Burkett, Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars, Vol 31, No 4 (October-December 1999).

“East Asia in Crisis: Beyond TINA, Towards Socialism,” with Paul Burkett, Monthly Review, Vol 51, No 2 (June 1999).

“East Asia and the Crisis of Development Theory,” with Paul Burkett, Journal of Contemporary Asia, Vol 28, No 4 (1998).

Contradictions of Capitalist Industrialization in East Asia: A Critique of ‘Flying Geese’ Theories of Development,” with Paul Burkett, Economic Geography, Vol 74, No 2 (April 1998).

The Asian Crisis: Causes and Consequences,” Against the Current, 73 (March/April 1998).  Revised and reprinted (in German) in Means and End (Austria), Vol 57, No 1 (1999).

“The Left-Liberal Consensus on Japan: A Methodological and Political Critique,” with Paul Burkett, Monthly Review, Vol 48, No 4 (September 1996).

“Korean Unification: Learning from the German Experience,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, Vol 26, No 1 (1996). Reprinted (in Korean) in Tasks of Korean Reunification (South Korea), No 4 (August 1995).

 “The South Korean Experience in Broad Brush Strokes” (Chinese translation of the “Introduction” to Rush to Development: Economic Change and Political Struggle in South Korea, Social Sciences Abroad, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, 1994 (August).

“Who’s Threatening Who?” Technology Review (MIT), Vol 97, No 5 (July 1994).

Post-NAFTA Politics: Learning from Asia,” Monthly Review, Vol 46, No 2 (June 1994).

“People’s Plan for the 21st Century: It May be Positive, But is it Radical?”Japan-Asia, Quarterly Review, Vol 25, No 1 (1994).

“New Forces for Change in Japan,” BRIDGES: Quaker International Affairs Report, 93/6 (December 1993).

“Where is China Heading?” Canadian Dimension, November-December 1993.

“Economic Growth and Political Struggle in South Korea,” Labor, Capital and Society, Vol 23, No 2 (November 1990).

“South Korea: Looking at the Left,” Monthly Review, Vol 41, No 3 (July-August 1989).

“South Korea: The Miracle Rejected,” Critical Sociology, Vol 15, No 3 (Fall 1988).

“South Korea: The Fraudulent Miracle,” Monthly Review, Vol 39, No 7 (December 1987). Reprinted (in Swedish) Korea Information, 2 (1988).

“One Enemy, One Movement,” Central American Update, Vol 4, No 2 (April 1987).

“Latin America’s Crisis: Solidarity Begins at Home,” Central American Update, Vol 3, No 1 (March 1986).

“Job Creation: A Socialist Strategy for the Public Sector,” with Jerry Lembcke, Humanity & Society, Vol 10, No 1 (1986).

“Reindustrialization Revisited: A Response to Burris,” with Jerry Lembcke, Insurgent Sociologist, Vol 13, Nos 1-2 (Summer-Fall 1985).

“Reindustrialization and the Logic of Class Politics in Late Twentieth Century America,” with Jerry Lembcke, Insurgent Sociologist, Vol 13, Nos 1-2 (Summer-Fall 1985).

“The Poor Have Nothing More to Lose,” Central American Update, Vol 2, No 7 (October 1985).

“Fidel: ‘The Debt is Unpayable’,” Central American Update, Vol 2, No 5 (July-August 1985).

“Class Struggle and Economic Transformation,” with Jerry Lembcke, Review of Radical Political Economics, Vol 16, No 4 (Winter 1984).

“Capitalism and Third World Economic Development: A Critical Look at the South Korean ‘Miracle’,” Review of Radical Political Economics, Vol 16, Nos 2-3 (Summer-Fall 1984).

“Latin America; Understanding the Debt Crisis,” with Sylvia Hart-Landsberg, Central America Update, Vol 1, No 6 (September 1984) and Vol 1, No 7 (October 1984).

“A New Deal or a New Deck: Class Politics in the 1980s,” with Jerry Lembcke, Economic Forum, Vol 13, No 3 (Winter 1982-83).

“Economic Democracy: Dealing Capital In or Out in the 1980s?” with Jerry Lembcke, Insurgent Sociologist, Vol 10, No 3 (Winter 1981).

“Export-led Industrialization in the Third World,” Review of Radical Political Economics, Vol 11, No 4 (Winter 1979).

“Transnational Production and the Worldwide Contradictions of Advanced Capitalism,” with Berch Berberoglu, Social Praxis (1978).

“Oil and the Eurocurrency Market: Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Fire,” Review of Radical Political Economics, Vol 8, No 4 (Winter 1976).

“Multinational Corporations and the Crisis of Capitalism,” Insurgent Sociologist, Vol 6, No 3 (Spring 1976).

“Black Gold and the Re-emergence of the Dollar Standard,” Review of Radical Political Economics, Vol 7, No 1 (Spring 1975).


Book Chapters

“Capitalist Globalization and its Consequences (in Korean),” in Institute for Social Sciences of Gyeongsang National University, editor, Globalization and Contradictions of Capital Accumulation: Marxist Perspectives, Seoul, South Korea: Hanul Publishing Company, 2012.

ALBA and the Bank of the South,” in Monica Dias Martins and Rosemary Galli, editors, Multilaterialism and South American Reactions, Ceara, Brazil: State University of Ceara Press, 2011.

“The Living Wage Movement: Challenges of a Reform Struggle (in Korean),” in Institute for Social Sciences of Gyeongsang National University, editor, Alternative Economic Strategy and Korean Economy,  Seoul, South Korea: Hanul Publishing Company, 2009.

Introduction: Marxist Perspectives on South Korea in the Global Economy,” with Seongjin Jeong and Richard Westra, in Martin Hart-Landsberg, Seongjin Jeong and Richard Westra, editors, Marxist Perspectives on South Korea in the Global Economy, Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate Publishing, 2007.

“China and the Dynamics of Transnational Capital Accumulation,” with Paul Burkett, in Martin Hart-Landsberg, Seongjin Jeong and Richard Westra, editors, Marxist Perspectives on South Korea in the Global Economy, Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate Publishing, 2007.

The South Korean Economy: Problems and Prospects,” in Martin Hart-Landsberg, Seongjin Jeong and Richard Westra, editors, Marxist Perspectives on South Korea in the Global Economy, Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate Publishing, 2007.

“China and Socialism: Engaging the Issues,” with Paul Burkett, in Hari P. Sharma, editor, Critical Perspectives on China’s Economic Transformation: A “Critical Asian Studies” Roundtable on the Book China and Socialism by Martin Hart-Landsberg and Paul Burkett, Delhi: Daanish Books, 2007.

“The Slippery Slope of Market Reform: A Critical Look at the Chinese Experience” (in Korean), with Paul Burkett, in Institute for Social Sciences of Gyeongsang National University, editor, Alternative Economic Systems: Theory and History, Seoul, South Korea: Hanul Publishing Company, 2007.

“The Mexican Experience With Neoliberalism: Critical Lessons for Korea and Asia (in Korean),” in Institute for Social Sciences of Gyeongsang National University, editor, Workers’ Responses to Neoliberalism: International Experiences, Seoul, South Korea: Hanul Publishing Company, 2002.

“Mainstream Responses to the East Asian Crisis: A Radical Interpretation,” with Paul Burkett, in Ron Baiman et al, editors, Political Economy and Contemporary Capitalism: Radical Perspectives on Economic Theory and Policy, New York: M.E. Sharpe, Inc., 2000.

The Use and Abuse of Japan as a Progressive Model,” with Paul Burkett, in Leo Panitch, editor, Socialist Register 1996, New York: Monthly Review Press, 1996.

“Export-led Industrialization in the Third World,” in Richard Peet, editor, International Capitalism and Industrial Restructuring, Boston: Allen and Unwin, 1987.

“Public Sector Workers and the Crisis of Capitalism,” with Jerry Lembcke and Bob Marotto, in Kenneth Fox et al, editors, Crisis in the Public Sector: A Reader, New York: Monthly Review Press and Union for Radical Political Economics, 1981.

“Public Employees: Digging Graves for the System?”, with Jerry Lembcke and Bob Marotto, in Penelope Ciancanelli et al, editors, U.S. Capitalism in Crisis, New York: Union for Radical Political Economics, 1978.


Book Reviews

Adam Smith in Beijing: Lineages of the Twenty-First Century,” by Giovanni Arrighi, Review of Radical Political Economics, Vol 43, No 1 (Winter 2011). 

“Setting the Record Straight on the Korean War,” a review of The Korean War, 1945-1953 by Hugh Deane, Monthly Review, Vol 52, No 5 (October 2000).  Reprinted in Norwegian in Red Banner, NR. 5 (2000).

“Dark Victory: Capitalism Unchecked,” a review of Dark Victory: The United States, Structural Adjustment, and Global Poverty by Walden Bello with Shea Cunningham and Bill Rau, Monthly Review, Vol 46, No 10 (March 1995).

South Korea: Dissent Within the Economic Miracle by George E. Ogle, Review of Radical Political Economics, Vol 24, No 1 (Spring 1992).

“The Asian NICs at the Crossroads,” a review of Dragons in Distress: Asia’s Miracle Economics in Crisis by Walden Bello and Stephanie Rosenfeld, Monthly Review, Vol 43, No 4 (September 1991).

“Learning from South Korea,” a review of Asia’s Next Giant: South Korea and Late Industrialization, by Alice H. Amsden, Monthly Review, Vol 42, No 4 (September 1990).

Economic Democracy by Martin Carnoy and Derek Shearer, with Jerry Lembcke, Insurgent Sociologist, Vol 10, No 3 (Winter 1981).

The Origins of International Economic Disorder by Fred Block, Insurgent Sociologist, Vol 8, No 1 (Winter 1978).

The Debt Trap by Cheryl Payer, Insurgent Sociologist, Vol 7, No 1 (Winter 1977).

“Understanding the Crisis of Monopoly Capitalism (Review Essay),” Insurgent Sociologist, Vol 6, No 4 (Summer 1976).