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The Greener Journals (GJ) is a publisher of multidisciplinary peer-reviewed Journals that publishes monthly ( GJ is dedicated to increasing the depth of research across all areas of its Journals. GJ has commenced publication of books online (see below). See our list of Journals below.

Call for Papers

IGJ welcomes the submission of manuscripts for each of our Journals
IGJ will publish in PDF and HTML Format:
* Original articles in basic and applied research
* Case studies
* Critical reviews, surveys, opinions, commentaries and essays

See Authors Instructions. Please ensure your manuscript is in the format stated in the Authors Instructions before submitting it. Also ensure the references are cited according to our pattern.

We can send you a hard copy of our publication if requested.

Benefits you stand to gain:
1.    Greener Journals publishes manuscripts at the lowest fees and charges (now 50 USD per manuscript) and still maintains a unique quality.
2.    We will give you a quality peer review process. Rather than outright rejection of your manuscript, we will put all efforts to ensure your manuscript is revised and good for publication.
3.    We are known for speed in processing manuscripts. Depending on the depth of corrections to be made on your manuscript, your manuscript can be ready for publication 3 – 6 weeks after submission of manuscript. However authors should be timely in their responses to the various editorial processes.
4.    A higher priority can be given to your manuscripts if you need them published as soon as possible.
5.    Our authors stand a better chance of getting appointments into our editorial board.
6.    We have added more renowned editors and reviewers worldwide to our editorial team.

We invite you to submit your manuscript(s) to and for publication in the Maiden Issue. Following acceptance, a paper will 
normally be published in the next issue. Instruction for authors and other details are available on our website. We are ready to receive your manuscripts anytime of the year.

Suggested Reviewers:
You can suggest 2 to 4 reviewers that can review your manuscript. 
Please provide the reviewer’s names and email as you submit your manuscript.

Fees and Charges:
We now charge a regular fee of 50 USD to process a manuscript and an optional fee of 50 USD for a hard copy. Processing and publishing can be concluded within three weeks to six weeks.
We also encourage you to gather and submit large numbers of manuscripts for publication to get a discount in publication charges.
Bulk Manuscripts that have already been reviewed and edited but meet ‘up to publication’ standards can also be submitted for a publication. 
Publication fee will be subject to negotiation. Hard copies can also be customized to meet the needs of your organisation. An interval of a week or two will be adequate to send the proof copies to you for verification and then for us to publish them. Please contact the accounts department ( to negotiate a price.

Greener Journals now publishes e-books online. We welcome the submission of books with topics related to our e-book’s categories. We do proper editing and review of books.
Submit your e-books as e-mail attachment to our editorial office emails: or A processing fee of 50 USD will apply on submission. Books can be published within 1-3 weeks after submission and payment.
In alliance with the authors, we will publish books either as free e-books or with a price tag. Free e-books in PDF will be downloadable by interested readers internationally without a cost. Books sold on our website will only be delivered to buyer as an email attachment. 
Our marketing strategies will allow you earn good from sales of your e-book on our website.
Authors can submit books to be published as free e-books on our website or they can as well submit their book to be sold on our website for a lifetime commission from each sale made via our website. 
There are no print copies.

To see a published sample, use the link

Our Journals:

Greener Journal of Agricultural Sciences
All subjects including: Agriculture, Plant culture, Forestry, Horticulture, Animal culture, Date Palm, Food Technology, Plant Breeding, Soil Sciences, Aquaculture, Fisheries.

Greener Journal of Medical Sciences
All subjects including: Medicine, Human anatomy, cytology & histology Human physiology, Pathology, Internal medicine, Pharmacy, Pharmacology & therapeutics, Medicine (Clinical):   Surgery & related medical specialties, Gynecology related medical specialties,  Experimental medicine Ophthalmology, Dermatology, Pediatrics Public health: Promotion of health, Incidence & prevention of disease, Epidemiology, Dentistry, Pharmacology,  Pharmacy,  Nursing

Greener Journal of Business and Management Studies
All subjects including: Accounting, Finance, Public Finance, Banking, Finance Management, Commerce, Business Administration & Management

Greener Journal of Physical Sciences
Physics all specialties including: Mechanics, Electricity & Electronics, Modern physics, Nuclear Physics
Chemistry all subjects including: Biochemistry, Analytical chemistry, Crystallography, Astronomy
Astronomy & allied sciences:  Earth (Astronomical geography), Mathematical geography, Astro-geology, Astro-physics Earth, Atmosphere and Marine Sciences, Earth sciences & Allied Sciences, Geology, hydrology, meteorology, Petrology, Mineralogy, Economic geology, Paleontology- Paleozoology, Paleobotany, Oceanography, Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Sciences & related disciplines, Information Technology, Software Engineering

Greener Journal of Social Sciences
Anthropology including: Physical anthropology, Archaeology,  Economics, Statistics, Political Science, International Relations,  Psychology, Philosophy, Sociology, Criminology, Administrative sciences including Public Administration, Library and Archival Sciences, History, Geography, Statistics, Religious Studies, Education, Law and Legislature.

Greener Journal of Science Engineering and Technology Research
Technology includes Management engineering, Management information systems Ergonomics, Technical & Vocational education, Industrial research. Engineering including: Industrial engineering, Computer Engineering, Civil engineering, Bioengineering, Agriculture Engineering, Systems 
engineering, Environmental engineering, Engineering economy, engineering meteorology,
Applied mechanics, Acoustical engineering, Structural engineering, Engineering geology, Transportation engineering, Applied optics, Photonics Plasma engineering, Hydraulic engineering, Environmental Engineering Mechanical engineering, Electrical engineering, Electronics, Nuclear 
engineering Aeronautics, Astronautics, Mining engineering, Metallurgy

Greener Journal of Biological Sciences
Evolution & genetics, Microbiology, Botanical sciences, Botany, Paleobotany
Zoological sciences: Zoology, Paleo-zoology
Marine Sciences (Biological Aspects): Biological Anthropology, Biotechnology
Biochemistry, Proteomics

Greener Journal of Art and Humanities
Fine Arts, Photography, Recreational & performing arts, Music, Physical Education and sports, Languages and Literature, Museology (Museum science), Journalism, Advertisement, Mass communication.

Greener Journal of Petroleum and Gas Exploration
Journal of Geology and Meteorology Studies
Journal of World Peace, Security and Development
Greener Journal of Computer Sciences
Greener Journal of Educational Research
Greener Journal of Law and Legislature
Greener Journal of Oceanography
Journal of Internet, Information and Communication Systems
Greener Journal of Sport Sciences
Greener Journal of Epidemiology and Public Health
Greener Journal of Environmental Management and Public Safety
Greener Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology
Greener Journal of Economics and Accountancy

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March 4, 2011

Dear Friends of MHI

It’s great to see revolutions in North Africa and the Middle East, and workers’ resistance to attacks on unions in Wisconsin and elsewhere in the U.S. and in Europe. We can’t think of a better time to invite you to our coming discussions in New York City. Those of you who can’t get here will be able to view videos on our website afterwards (

Sat. & Sun. March 19 & 20, we are sponsoring 3 panels at the Left Forum at Pace University in lower Manhattan (

The Great Recession and its Aftermath: Saturday at 3:00 p.m., Room LHN
Andrew Kliman: “The Great Recession and the Persistent Frailty of Capitalist Production”
Alan Freeman: “Waking from the Dream: Europe in the Great Recession”

Fred Moseley
David McNally: “Global Slump, Age of Austerity, and the Growing Resistance”

Is Socialism Possible? Part 1: Saturday at 10:00 a.m., Room W623
Andrej Grubaèiæ:  “Anarchism, or Libertarian Socialism for the 21st Century”
Anne Jaclard: “Yes, If a New Mode of Production Lays the Ground”
Antti Ronkainen: “Socialization of the Banking System”
Alex Steinberg: “Socialism and the Role of Consciousness”

Is Socialism Possible? Part 2: Sunday at 3:00 p.m., Room W504
Michael Albert:”Yes, But Which Socialism?”
Andrew Kliman: “Marx’s Lower Phase of Communism: Not Another ‘Labor Money’ Scheme”
Cindy Milstein
We will also have a book table in the Exhibitors area (be sure not to confuse MHI’s table and panels with those of other groups calling themselves Marxist-Humanists).

Just after Left Forum, on Tuesday March 22 at 7:00 p.m., we are co-sponsoring (with The New SPACE, a talk by Antti Ronkainen, who is coming here from Finland. His topic will be Crisis, Austerity, and Resistance in the Euro Zone: A View from Finland.  A description appears at the end of this blog.

Next month, on Wednesday April 13 at 7:00 p.m., we are co-sponsoring Allan Armstrong, a Scottish thinker-activist, speaking on “Is an Emancipatory Communism Possible?” See below.

Both these talks will be held in mid-Manhattan, at TRS Inc., Professional Suites, 44 East 32nd Street, 11th floor (between Madison and Park Aves).  If you need directions to either Left Forum or TRS, or for any other information about our events, write or call us.

We look forward to seeing you!
In Solidarity,
Anne Jaclard for Marxist-Humanist Initiative
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Crisis, Austerity, and Resistance in the Euro Zone: A View from Finland
A talk by Antti Ronkainen

Tuesday, March 22nd at 7:00 PM
TRS Inc, 44 East 32nd Street, 11th Floor
(between Madison & Park Avenues)

In the spring and summer of 2010, crisis gripped Europe, highlighting the continued instability of the capitalist system across the globe. Financial meltdown was averted only by means of a massive bailout package, totaling as much as ?750 billion, and the European Central Bank’s move to begin purchasing sovereign debt of the weaker Euro zone countries to prevent a breakup of the zone. Will the patch hold?

Antti Ronkainen will give special attention to the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF), established last summer to help safeguard financial stability in the Euro zone. He will argue that the EFSF is not designed to solve the Euro crisis, but rather allows the European Central Bank to engage in potentially risky lending and provides a mechanism for redistributing income from taxpayers to banks. Ronkainen will also discuss the European workers and students’ demonstrations and strikes against new austerity programs, especially the current situation in Finland. Will the resistance succeed in saving the unions and government benefits?

Antti Ronkainen is a student of social sciences in Finland. He is an editor of and writer for Megafoni, a Finnish autonomist web journal (

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Is an Emancipatory Communism Possible?
A talk by Allan Armstrong
Wednesday, April 13th at 7:00 PM
TRS, Inc, 44 East 32nd Street, 11th Floor
(between Madison & Park Avenues)

Mention of the word “Communism” today conjures up visions of tyrants. Young people, even when they clash violently with the representatives of global capitalism in Seattle or London, call their protests “anti-capitalist,” not communist.

However, anti-capitalism is not enough. Revolutions can lead to immediate feelings of intense liberation, but they are usually followed by much longer periods of defense, setbacks, and painful reconstruction. The 20th century was the “Century of Revolutions,” but it eventually produced so little for humanity at such a high cost, that it is not surprising that many are very cautious, despite growing barbarism.

Allan Armstrong will argue that it is vital that we outline a genuine new human emancipatory communism, which takes full stock of the failings of both “official” and “dissident Communism,” and which can persuasively show that human liberation can still be achieved. He will explore Marx’s vision, particularly as detailed in his “Critique of the Gotha Program,” which emphasizes the need to break with capitalist production relations rather than expecting a new society to come about through political changes.

Allan Armstrong, a republican, Scottish internationalist, and communist, is currently co-editor of Emancipation & Liberation, the journal of the Republican Communist Network. He is also involved with The Commune, a collective dedicated to outlining a new communism for the 21st century. Armstrong is the author of “Why We Need a New Emancipatory Communism” ( and “The Communist Case for ‘Internationalism from Below'” (

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A groundbreaking new report by Research on Money and Finance (RMF), a network of political economists, censures the orthodox analysis which prescribes austerity as the solution to Europe’s crisis.  The Report provides rigorous, original analysis of the debt profiles of Spain, Portugal and Greece. It finds that austerity will worsen income distribution, further shift the balance of power against labour, and fail to solve the Eurozone’s underlying structural problems.  

While default is increasingly likely, it should be clear that creditor-led restructuring, while generating profits for the banks involved, will not significantly reduce the debt burden. Debtor-led default with the prospect of exit from the Eurozone is assessed from the point of view of its ability to restore competitiveness and alter the balance of social forces in favour of labour in the countries of Europe’s periphery as well as its core.

Eurozone Between Austerity and Default:
Jeff Powell
School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)
University of London
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International Conference
One Year on from the Panic of 2008:
Saturday 7 November 2009, 9 am to 6 pm, SOAS (Rooms G2 and G3), London

09.00-09.45 Registration and Coffee

09.45-12.15: Welcome Addresses and Opening Plenary: Financialised Capitalism and the International Crisis
* Gérard Duménil, National Centre for Scientific Research, Paris: Neoliberalism adrift: Perspectives for the coming decades
* Gary Dymski, University of California Center Sacramento: Reimagining finance in a post-crisis world of neoliberal design mechanisms?
* Costas Lapavitsas, SOAS, London: Will the crisis change the course of financialisation?

12.15-13.15 Lunch

13.15-15.30 Parallel Sessions

Contemporary Finance, Regulation and the Real Economy
* Malcolm Sawyer, Leeds University Business School Re-structuring the financial sector to reduce the burdens imposed on the economy
* Jan Toporowski, SOAS, London: Institutional investors and forced indebtedness: The theory of capital market inflation revisited
* Paulo L dos Santos, SOAS, London: The distinctive content of consumption debt – Varieties of Financialisation
* Engelbert Stockhammer, Vienna University of Economics and Business: The finance-dominated accumulation regime, income distribution and the present crisis
* Trevor Evans, Berlin School of Economics: Limits of finance-led capitalism
* Claude Serfati, University of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines: From securitisation to fictitious capital : a political economy of the financial crisis

15.30-15.45 Coffee

15.45-18.00 Plenary
The Social Costs and Implications of Financialisation
* Karel Williams and Ismail Erturk, CRESC, Manchester: Regulatory closure, city elites and the politics of banking reform
* Andrew Leyshon, University of Nottingham: Financialisation ‘off-plan’: Domesticating financial futures and the
displacement of UK buy-to-let
* Robin Blackburn, University of Essex

For more information, contact, or visit
Jeff Powell
School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)
University of London
+44 (0)7817184435

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Historical Materialism: Research in Critical Marxist Theory
Volume 17 Issue 2


Isaac and Tamara Deutscher Memorial Prize Lecture
Rick Kuhn
Economic Crisis, Henryk Grossman and the Responsibility of Socialists


David McNally
From Financial Crisis to World Slump: Accumulation, Financialisation, and the Global Slowdown

Steve Edwards
Apocalyptic Sublime: On the Third Brighton Photo Biennal

Symposium on the Global Financial Crisis
Samantha Ashman
Editorial Introduction

Costas Lapavitsas
Financialised Capitalism: Crisis and Financial Expropriation

Gary A. Dymski
Racial Exclusion and the Political Economy of the Subprime Crisis

Paulo L. Dos Santos
On The Content of Banking in Contemporary Capitalism

Reflections on ‘Gewalt’ (contd.)
Luca Basso
The Ambivalence of Gewalt in Marx and Engels: On the
Interpretation of Balibar

Review Articles

Ian Hudson & Mark Hudson
on Gavin Fridell’s Fair Trade Coffee: The Prospects and Pitfalls of Market Driven Social Justice, Daniel Jaffee’s Brewing Justice: Fair Trade Coffee, Sustainability, and Survival, and Laura Raynolds’, Douglas Murray’s & John Wilkinson’s Fair Trade: The Challenges of Transforming Globalization

Richard Westra
on Pierre Bourdieu’s Firing Back: Against the Tyranny of the Market 2, Global Turbulence: Social Activists’ and State Responses to Globalization, edited by Marjorie Griffin Cohen and Stephen McBride, John Rapley’s Globalization and Inequality: Neoliberalism’s Downward Spiral and Anti-Capitalism: A Marxist Introduction, edited by Alfredo Saad-Filho

Michele Filippini
on Alberto Burgio’s Gramsci storico

Richard Seymour
on Markku Ruotsila’s John Spargo and American Socialism

Robert Knox
On Alain Supiot’s Homo Juridicus

Historical-Critical Dictionary of Marxism
Stefan Bollinger & Juha Koivisto
Hegemonic Apparatus


Historical Materialism: Research in Critical Marxist Theory
Volume 17 Issue 1



Marcus E. Green and Peter Ives
Subalternity and Language: Overcoming the Fragmentation of Common Sense

Henry Heller
The Longue Durée of the French Bourgeoisie

Michael Löwy
Capitalism as Religion: Walter Benjamin and Max Weber

Daniel Cho
Adorno on Education, or, Can Critical Self-Reflection Prevent the Next Auschwitz?

Reflections on ‘Gewalt’
Étienne Balibar

Massimilano Tomba
Another Type of Gewalt: Beyond Law. Re-Reading Benjamin

Guglielmo Carchedi
The Fallacies of ‘New Dialectics’ and Value-Form Theory

Christopher J. Arthur
Contradiction and Abstraction: A Reply to Finelli

Review Articles

Benjamin Noys
on Ian Parker’s Revolution in Psychology: Alienation to Emancipation, and Yannis Stavrakakis’s The Lacanian Left: Psychoanalysis, Theory, and Politics

Marcel Bois
on Christian Gotthardt’s Die radikale Linke als Massenbewegung. Kommunisten in Harburg-Wilhelmsburg 1918–1933

Tyson E. Lewis
on Peter McLaren’s Capitalists and Conquerors, and McLaren and Ramin Farahmandpur’s Teaching Against Global Capitalism and the New Imperialism

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Readers of this blog may be interested in some of Stephen Gill’s papers and posts which are connected to interpretations of the current global crisis.  Also included are biographical materials and a selected list of publications.
Dr. Stephen Gill, F.R.S.C.
Distinguished Research Professor
Department of Political Science
Ross S660, York University, 4700 Keele St, Toronto, Ontario M3J 1P3, CANADA
Tel (direct): 416-736-2100 ext 88824; Tel: office reception 416-736-5265; Fax: 416-736-5686


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