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Studies in Political Economy: A Socialist Review
NEWS! January 26, 2009SPE is available online! As part of the Synergies project -- run by a consortium of Canadian universities and university libraries -- electronic versions of future issues will be available as of Spring 2009.
The new web address is http://spe.library.utoronto.caStudies in Political Economy is an interdisciplinary journal committed to the publication of original work in the various traditions of socialist political economy. Researchers and analysts within these traditions seek to understand how political, economic and cultural processes and struggles interact to shape and reshape the conditions of people's lives.
Established in 1979, SPE  has, as a Political Economy Journal, become a major forum for people who identify with the struggles to overcome exploitation, exclusion and oppression in Canada and abroad. SPE  is especially interested in work by, for and about Canadians, but it aims to be an international Political Economy journal. It welcomes contributions in every field of political economy and within all the traditions of socialist scholarship, including those which question established paradigms.
Those who pursue progressive work within different frameworks will find SPE  a venue for communicating with a wide and diversified audience. In addition to articles, Studies in Political Economy publishes interviews, short essays on contemporary political issues, review essays and comments on articles it has published.
Studies in Political Economy gratefully acknowledges the assistance provided by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and the Faculty of Arts and Social Science, Carleton University.