Dependency theory & imperialism

Peer-reviewed articles

Kvangraven, I.H. 2020. ‘Beyond the Stereotype: Restating the Relevance of the Dependency Research Programme’, Development and Change, June 4th.

Kvangraven, I.H. 2018. ‘Book Review: The Global Political Economy of Raúl Prebisch,’ Review of Political Economics. 

Debate pieces in peer-reviewed journals

Kvangraven, I.H., M.D. Styve and U. Kufakurinani. 2021. ‘Samir Amin and beyond: the enduring relevance of Amin’s approach to political economy’, Review of African Political Economy 48(167): 1-7.

Kvangraven, I.H. 2020. ‘Samir Amin: A Pioneering Marxist and Third World Activist,’ Development and Change doi.org/10.1111/dech.12562

Edited volumes

Kufakurinani, U. Kvangraven, IH., Santanta, F., Styve, MD. (eds). 2017. Dialogues on Development Volume 1: Dependency, New York: Institute for New Economic Thinking.

Working papers

Alami, Ilias, Carolina Alves, Bruno Bonizzi, Annina Kaltenbrunner, Kai Kodddenbrock, Ingrid Kvangraven and Jeff Powell (2021) ‘International financial subordination: a critical research agenda,’ Greenwich Papers in Political Economy 85.

Koddenbrock, K, I.H. Kvangraven, N.S. Sylla. 2020. ‘Beyond Financialisation: The Need for a Longue Durée Understanding of Finance in Imperialism,’ OSF PrePrints. 

Book reviews

Kvangraven, I.H. 2021. ‘Money Power and Financial Capital from a Decolonial Perspective’, AfronomicsLaw November 5th, 2021 [Review of Alami’s Money Power and Financial Capital in Emerging Markets: Facing the Liquidity Tsunami]

Kvangraven, I.H. 2018. ‘Book Review: The Global Political Economy of Raúl Prebisch,’ Review of Political Economics. 

Book chapters

Kvangraven, I.H. (2017), ’The Relevance of Dependent Development Then and Now – Peter Evans,’ in U. Kufakurinani, I.H. Kvangraven, F. Santanta and M.D. Styve (eds), Dialogues on Development Vol. 1: Dependency, New York: Institute for New Economic Thinking.

Kvangraven, I.H. (2017), ’A Dependency Pioneer – Samir Amin,’ in U. Kufakurinani, I.H. Kvangraven, F. Santanta and M.D. Styve (eds), Dialogues on Development Vol. 1: Dependency, New York: Institute for New Economic Thinking.

Kufakurinani, U., I.H. Kvangraven, F. Santanta, M.D. Styve (2017), Introduction: Why Should We Discuss Dependency Theory Today?’ in U. Kufakurinani, I.H. Kvangraven, F. Santanta and M.D. Styve (eds), Dialogues on Development Vol. 1: Dependency, New York: Institute for New Economic Thinking.

Kvangraven, I.H. (2017), ’Dependency Theory Is Alive in Different Guises – Matías Vernengo,’ in U. Kufakurinani, I.H. Kvangraven, F. Santanta and M.D. Styve (eds), Dialogues on Development Vol. 1: Dependency, New York: Institute for New Economic Thinking.

Kvangraven, I.H. (2017), ’Varieties of Dependence in Europe – László Bruszt,’ in U. Kufakurinani, I.H. Kvangraven, F. Santanta and M.D. Styve (eds), Dialogues on Development Vol. 1: Dependency, New York: Institute for New Economic Thinking

Enduring Relevance: Samir Amin’s radical political economy (with Maria Dyveke Styve, Ushehwedu Kufakurinani and Ray Bush), Review of African Political Economy, March 16th 2021.

Beyond The Stereotype: How Dependency Theory Remains RelevantProgress in Political Economy, June 24, 2020.

If we want to tackle global inequality, we need better economic theories, openDemocracy June 11th, 2020.

Samir Amin: A Pioneering Marxist and Third World ActivistProgress in Political Economy, January 28th, 2020

Is ‘Imperialism’ a Relevant Concept Today? A Debate Among MarxistsDeveloping Economics, May 2017