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From the World Association for Political Economy (WAPE)

The World Association for Political Economy invites scholars of Marx and Marxism to submit papers on ‘Marxist political economy’ to be discussed at the forthcomingParisconference of the AHE, FAPE and IIPPE which will be held from 5th-8th July. This large conference of critical and heterodox economist is an excellent opportunity to develop, in discussion with Marxists and those interested in Marx’s ideas, knowledge and understanding of Marx’s ideas and their relevance in the current turbulent world economic situation.

Papers on any issue relevant to the topic ‘Marxist Political Economy’ are welcome. Abstracts of 500 words or less, with a title, indicative bibliography and the name and institutional affiliation of the author, should be submitted to Xiaoqing Ding at and to Alan Freeman at on or before 18th January.

Authors will be notified of acceptance for inclusion in the WAPE panels by 25th January. Any proposal not accepted can thus be sent to the organizers of theParisconference by their deadline of 31st January, to be considered for inclusion in the general conference.

WAPE seeks to collaborate with all those attending the conference who contribute in the general area of Marxist political economy, and invites those who have already submitted proposals to contact it, with a view to working to arrange joint panels.

WAPE, registered in Hong Kong, China, is an international academic organization founded on an open, non-profit, and voluntary basis by Marxian economists and related groups around the world. Its mission is to utilize modern Marxian economics to analyze and study the world economy, reveal the law of development and its mechanism, and offer proper policies to promote economic and social progress on the national and global level, so as to improve the welfare of all the people in the world. The last five WAPE forums were successively held in Shanghai, Shimane, Beijing, Paris, Suzhouand Amherstduring 2006-2011. The next conference is to be held in Mexico Cityfrom May 25th-27th 2012. For more information, see



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