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REVIEW OF BLACK POLITICAL ECONOMY
Vols. 1-42. New Brunswick, 1970/71-2015. Partly reprint. $ 6800
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- For 25 years REVIEW OF BLACK POLITICAL ECONOMY (RBPE), a scholarly journal published for the National Economic Association and the Southern Center for Studies in Public Policy of Clark Atlanta University, examines issues related to the economic status of Black and Third World peoples. It identifies and analyzes policy prescriptions designed to reduce racial economic inequality. The journal believes that public and private policies play a critical role in the creation and elimination of economic inequality. The publication "will provide opportunities for economists and other social scientists to explore, communicate and provide innovative approaches and fresh perspectives relevant to public and private decisions concerning changes in social arrangements that will help achieve economic justice for all people." The discussion of liberal economics tends to dominate the contents of this review (Katz).
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