URPEUnion for Radical Political Economics (Amherst, MA)
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(2008): "The Financial and Economic Crisis of 2008: A Systemic Crisis of Neoliberal Capitalism", ponencia presentada en "The global financial crisis: heterodox perspectives," URPE at the Allied Social Science Associations Annual Convention, San Francisco, diciembre.
All three versions of the Y-BOCS are reported to have good internal consistency and validity (e.g., Connor, Feeny & Young, 2005; Koran, Chuong, Bullock & Smith, 2003; Pallanti, DeCaria, Grant, Urpe & Hollander, 2005).
Pallanti, S., DeCaria, C., Grant, J., Urpe, M., & Hollander, E (2005): Reliability and validity of the pathological gambling modification of the Yale-brown obsessive compulsive scale (PG-YBOCS).
The leaders of the URPE group of radical political economists have been Sam Bowles, Herb Gintis, David Gordon (1944-96), Thomas Weisskopf, Michael Reich, Howard Sherman (all included in this work) and James O'Connor (not included).
As an organisation, URPE undertook two activities designed to establish radical political economics which, at the same time, contributed to the creation of a social network of Post Keynesian economists.
The second contribution of URPE was the establishment in 1969 of its own journal, Review of Radical Political Economics (RRPE).
(2.) See for example, Michael Fabricant and Michael Kelly, "No Haven for Homeless in a Heartless Economy," in Robert Cherry et al., eds., The Imperiled Economy, Book II (New York: URPE, 1988).
In the URPE, for instance, the Union for Radical Political Economics, I would say the Monthly Review tendency is a minority, a definite minority.
Riverside economics faculty bunkered down on one side of the La Paz airport runway, fighting to the last pinstripe and URPE T-shirt against the invading Bush-Bennett strike force.
** Jerry Sazama, Taxes for the Rich and the Rest (New Yrok: Economic Education Project, URPE, 1979); Ferdinand Lundberg, The Rich and the Super-Rich (New York: Bantam, 1968), p.