The Review of Social Economy invites for publication in a special issue exploring the conceptual, political and economic aspects of exploitation.
Current political debates about the effects of globalisation, inequality, and the effect of market economies on these issues dominate the news cycle. In many cases exploitation is invoked as one of the undesirable effects of these changes. Yet, exploitation itself is a contested concept. There is widespread disagreement about what exploitation is, why it is wrong, and how it should be addressed.
RoSE invites both theoretical and empirical contributions exploring these and related aspects of the concept of exploitation, broadly construed. The journal values methodological and disciplinary diversity and submissions from economics, philosophy, sociology, political science, law, and related fields are all welcome.
Papers should be submitted December 31, 2017 and should not exceed 8000 words. All submissions will undergo double-blind peer review.
Prospective articles should be submitted here. Please specify that the paper is meant for the ‘Special issue on exploitation’ both on the online submission system and in the cover letter.
- Guest Editor: Benjamin Ferguson, VU Amsterdam
- Guest Editor: Roberto Veneziani, Queen Mary University, London
- Guest Editor: Nicholas Vrousalis, Leiden University