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Umut Bozkurt

currently works as Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations, Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus. Her latest works focus on the political economy of the Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi (AKP) (Justice and Development Party) in Turkey and the nature of the economic relations between Turkey and North Cyprus. Her works include ‘Promoting Neoliberalism through Islam? The Case of the AKP in Turkey’ (in Religious Activism in the Global Economy: Promoting, Reforming, or Resisting Neoliberal Globalization?; Rowman and Littlefield, 2016), ‘Neoliberalism with a Human Face: Making Sense of the Justice and Development Party’s Neoliberal Populism in Turkey’ (Science & Society, 2013), ‘Turkey: From the “Motherland” to the “IMF of Northern Cyprus”?’ (Cyprus Review, 2014), and Beyond a Divided Cyprus: A State and Society in Transformation (co-edited with Nicos Trimikliniotis; Palgrave Macmillan, 2012). [umut.bozkurt@emu.edu.tr]

Guglielmo Carchedi

is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Amsterdam. He has also worked with the United Nations in New York in the Department of Economic and Social Affairs. He is author of many articles (as featured in The Cambridge Journal of Economics, History of Political Economy, the Review of International Political Economy, Economy and Society, and Science and Society, among others) and of several books including On the Economic Identification of Social Classes (Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1977), Problems in Class Analysis: Production, Knowledge, and the Function Of Capital (Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1983), Class Analysis and Social Research (Basil Blackwell, 1987), Frontiers of Political Economy: The Dialectics of Value, Prices and Exploitation in the Contemporary World Economy (Verso, 1991), Marx and Non-Equilibrium Economics (co-edited with Alan Freeman; Edward Elgar, 1997), and For Another Europe: A Class Analysis of European Economic Integration (Verso, 2001). He is joint editor of World in Crisis: A Global Analysis of Marx’s Law of Profitability (Haymarket Books, 2018) and co-author with Michael Roberts of 21st Century Capitalism – Through the Prism of Value, forthcoming in 2022 with Pluto Press. [carchedi38@gmail.com]

Mariano Féliz

holds a Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Paris XIII/Nord (France) and in Social Sciences at the University of Buenos Aires (Argentina). He is a professor at the National University of La Plata (UNLP, Argentina), and a researcher at the Interdisciplinary Institute for Humanities and Social Science of the same University. Mariano is a Fellow at the IRGAC (International Research Group on Authoritarianism and Counter-Strategies)/Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung. He works on themes related to Marxian dependency theory, critique of development, and social movements. [marianfeliz@gmail.com]

Adam Hanieh

is Professor of Political Economy and Global Development at the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter. His current research focuses on oil and capitalism. His most recent book, Money, Markets, and Monarchies: The Gulf Cooperation Council and the Political Economy of the Contemporary Middle East (Cambridge University Press, 2018), was awarded the 2019 International Political Economy Group (IPEG) Book Prize of the British International Studies Association. [a.hanieh@exeter.ac.uk]

Michael Lazarus

teaches Politics and Philosophy at Monash University. He has published widely on political theory, normative ethics and the critique of political economy. Currently he is working on two projects: a book on Aristotle, Hegel and Marx, and an engagement with Hannah Arendt’s concept of tradition. [mblazarus39@gmail.com]

Franco Moretti

is a Permanent Fellow of the Berlin Institute for Advanced Study, and has taught in various Italian and American universities; at Stanford, he founded the Center for the Study of the Novel and the Literary Lab. Among his books are The Way of the World: The Bildungsroman in European Culture (1987), Atlas of the European Novel, 1800–1900 (1998), Graphs, Maps, Trees: Abstract Models for a Literary History (2005), Distant Reading (2013), The Bourgeois: Between History and Literature (2013) and Far Country: Scenes from American Culture (2019). His most recent essays will be published in 2022 in Italian, English, and German under the title False Movement: On the Quantitative Turn in Literary Studies. He writes frequently for New Left Review. [moretti@stanford.edu]

Michael Roberts

was born in London and worked as a professional economist in various financial institutions for over 40 years before retiring. He is author of several books including The Great Recession – a Marxist View (Lulu, 2009) and The Long Depression: Marxism and the Global Crisis of Capitalism (Haymarket Books, 2016) and is joint editor of World in Crisis: A Global Analysis of Marx’s Law of Profitability (Haymarket Books, 2018). He has published in many journals including Historical Materialism. He is co-author with Guglielmo Carchedi of 21st Century Capitalism – Through the Prism of Value, forthcoming in 2022 with Pluto Press. [bobmckee99@yahoo.com]

Vladimir Tikhonov

is a professor of Korean and East Asian studies at the Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, University of Oslo. Previously, he taught at Kyunghee University (Seoul, 1997–2000). His research focuses on the history of modern ideas in Korea, and currently on the Korean Communist movement. His recent publications include Social Darwinism and Nationalism in Korea: the Beginnings (1880s–1910s) (Brill, 2010) as well as Modern Korea and its Others: Perceptions of the Neighbouring Countries and Korean Modernity (Routledge, 2015). He also recently co-edited Buddhist Modernities: Re-inventing Tradition in the Globalizing Modern World (Routledge, 2017) and Military Chaplaincy in an Era of Religious Pluralism (Oxford University Press, 2017). His current-affairs contributions to South Korea’s progressive daily, Hankyoreh, can be found here: <https://www.hani.co.kr/arti/SERIES/498/home01.html>. His blog (in Korean) is at <https://blog.naver.com/vladimir_tikhonov>. [vladimir.tikhonov@ikos.uio.no]

Alberto Toscano

is Professor of Critical Theory and co-director of the Centre for Philosophy and Critical Thought at Goldsmiths, University of London and Visiting Faculty at the School of Communication, Simon Fraser University. He is the author of Cartographies of the Absolute (Zero, 2015, with Jeff Kinkle) and Fanaticism: On the Uses of an Idea (second edition, Verso, 2017). He is a member of the editorial board of Historical Materialism. [a.toscano@gold.ac.uk]

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