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Stephen Resnick


Stephen Resnick
Professor, 1973 - 2013

education:

Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1964
B.S. Economics University of Pennsylvania, 1960

professional experience

Professor of Economics, University of Massachusetts, 1973–present
Visiting Professor, University of Western Australia, 1992
Member International Labor Organization Mission to Philippines, 1973
Associate Professor, City College of New York 1971-73
Associate Professor, Yale University 1970-71
Assistant Professor, Yale University 1965-70
Visiting Assistant Professor University of Philippines 1964-65

research interests

Marxian theory and its applications

honors & awards

University Distinguished Teaching Award 1997-98
College Outstanding Teacher Award in the Social and Behavioral Sciences 1997-98
Brookings Institute Fellow 1962-63
Woodrow Wilson Fellow 1960-62

professional activities

Member Advisory Board of Journal Rethinking Marxism 1988-present

affiliations

Association of Economic and Social Analysis (sponsor of journal RM and international conferences on Marxian theory)

Selected publications

Contending Economic Theories: Neoclassical, Keynesian, and Marxian (with Richard Wolff). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Expected Summer 2012.

"For Every Knight in Shining Armor, There's a Castle Waiting to be Cleaned." (revised and updated article with Harriet Fraad and Richard Wolff) Class Struggle on the Home Front: Work, Conflict, and Exploitation in the Household. G. Cassano, ed. London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 2009. Ch. 2.

"Connecting Sex to Class." (with Richard Wolff) Class Struggle on the Home Front: Work, Conflict, and Exploitation in the Household. G. Cassano, ed. 2009. Ch. 3.

"The Class Analysis of Households Extended: Children, Fathers, and Family Budgets." (revised article with R. Wolff) Class Struggle on the Home Front: Work, Conflict, and Exploitation in the Household. G. Cassano, ed. 2009. Ch. 4.

"The Economic Crisis: A Marxian Interpretation." (with Richard Wolff). Rethinking Marxism. 22, 2 (April) 2010, 169-185.

New Departures in Marxian Theory. (With Richard Wolff). New York and London: Routledge Press 2006.



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