Dependency theory & imperialism

Peer-reviewed articles

Koddenbrock, Kai, Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven and Ndongo Samba Sylla. 2022. ‘Beyond financialisation: the longue durée of finance and production in the Global South.’Cambridge Journal of Economics.

Alami, Ilias, Carolina Alves, Bruno Bonizzi, Annina Kaltenbrunner, Kai Koddenbrock, Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven and Jeff Powell. 2022. International financial subordination: a critical research agenda. Review of International Political Economy.

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

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. ‘Colonial legacies and racial hierarchies in the global economy: a review article’, Race and Class 63 (3): 103-108.

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

Beyond Eurocentrism, Aeon, April 15th, 2022.

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