Binghamton, Fernand Braudel Center for the Study of Economies, Historical Systems, and Civilizations
ISSN: 0147-9032
Conservata in: Prato, Fondazione Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica “F. Datini”, Coll: Riv. 40
Consistenza: a. I/1 (1977) -a. XXVIII, 2005, 4
Lacune: a. XXIII, 2000, 1, 2, 3, 4; a. XXVII, 2004, 1, 2;

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Consistenza: XII, 1989, 1-a. XXXV, 2012, 3-4
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a. IX, 1985, 2

S. Brucan, Market, Socialism, and Revolution, p. 155
F. Simiand, Historical Method and Social Science, p. 163
R. Price, The Dark Complete World of a Caribbean Store: A Note on the World-System, p. 215
A. Broder, Investissements etrangers, commerce exterieur, et croissance dans la semiperipherie europeene: Le cas de l’Espagne contemporaine, p. 221

R. Madera, Fetishism Theory: From Vico to Marx, p. 241
M. Selden, Vietnam: The Origins of Revolution, p. 257
Ph. McMichael, Class Formation in a World-Historical Perspective: Lessons from Australian History, p. 275
C. Poni, Proto-Industrialization, Rural and Urban, p. 305

Notes on Authors, p. 317

a. IX, 1985, 1

L. Meldolesi, Critical Economics and Long-Term History: An Introduction, p. 3
A.R.T. Kemasang, How Dutch Colonialism Foreclosed a Domestic Bourgeoisie in Java: The 1740 Chinese Massacres Reappraised, p. 57
C. Coquery-Vidrovitch, Les conditions de la dependance: histoire du sous-developpement africain, p. 81

P. Engberg-Pedersen, The Periphery in the Institutionalization of a New International Order, p. 112
S. Magala, Double Peripheralization, p. 139

Notes on Authors, p. 152

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a. VIII, 1985, 4

Special editor Ch. Chase-Dunn

Ch. Chase-Dunn, Introduction, p. 445
Ch.C. Ragin, Knowledge and Interests in the Study of the Modern World-System, p. 451
P. McGowan, Pitfalls and Promise in the Quantitative Study of the World-System: A Reanalysis of Bergesen and Schoenberg’s “Long Waves” of Colonialism, p. 477
A. Bergesen, How to Model the Cyclical Dynamics of the World-System: A Reply to Pat McGowan, p. 501
R. Schoenberg, Statistical Models Must Be Appropriate: A Reply to Pat McGowan, p. 513
R..J. Nemeth, D.A. Smith, International Trade and World-System Structure: A Multiple Network Analysis, p. 517
K.B. Ward, The Social Consequences of the World Economic System: The Economic Status of Women and Fertility, p. 561
A. Bergesen, Ch. Sahoo, Evidence of the Decline of American Hegemony in World Production, p. 595

Notes on Authors, p. 612

a. VIII, 1985, 3

Neo-Smithism, p. 291
D. Dee Vellenga, Women, Households, and Food Commodity Chains in Southern Ghana, p. 293
S.-Ch. Kolm, Petrole: Le tentacule caché, p. 319
F. Feher, The French Revolution: Between Class Identity and Universalist Illusion, p. 335

M. Cizakca, Incorporation of the Middle East into the European World-Economy, p. 353
K.Boratav, A. Gunduz Okcun, S. Pamuk, Ottoman Wages and the World-Economy, 1839-1913, p. 379
F. Birtek, Rise and Fall of Etatism in Turkey, 1932-50: The Uncertain Road in the Restructuring of a Semiperipheral Economy, p. 407

Notes on Authors, p. 439

a. VIII, 1984, 2

Dedicated to the memory of Ruth First

I. Wallerstein, Introduction, p. 155
A. de Braganca, Bridget O’Laughlin, The Work of Ruth First in the Centre of African Studies: The Development Course, p. 159
J.S. Saul, Development Studies for Social Change in Southern Africa, p. 173
B. Magubane, The Mounting Class and National Struggles in South Africa, p. 197
H. Wolpe, Strategic Issues in the Struggle for National Liberation in South Africa, p. 232
J.M. Penvenne, Labor Struggles at the Port of Lourenco Marques, 1900-33, p. 249

Notes on Authors, p. 288

a. VIII, 1984, 1

S. Amin, Income Distribution in the Capitalist System, p. 3
Ch. Nnate Nwoke, World Mining Rent: An Extension of Marx’s Theories, p. 29
A.Y. So, The Process of Incorporation into the Capitalist World-System: The Case of China in the Nineteenth Century, p. 91
S. Stichter, The Impact of the Depression on Workers’ Movements in East and Central Africa, 1936, p. 117
T. Boswell, D. Mitsch Bush, Labor Force Composition and Union Organizing in the Arizona Copper Industry: A Comment on Jimenez, p. 133

Notes on Authors, p. 152

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a. VII, 1984, 4

Introduction, p. 557
I. Wallerstein, Long Waves as Capitalist Process, p. 559
M. Morineau, Juglar, Kitchin, Kondratieff, et compagnie, p. 577
R. Metz, Long Waves in Coinage and Grain Price-Series from the Fifteenth to the Eighteenth Century: Some Theoretical and Methodological Aspects, p. 599
D. Margairaz, Les specificites regionales des mouvements conjoncturels des prix cerealiers en France, 1756-1870, p. 649
R. Coombs, Long Waves and Labor-Process Change, p. 675
A. Tylecote, Towards an Explanation of the Long Wave, 1780-2000, p. 701

Notes on Authors, p. 719

a. VII, 1984, 3

Ch. Tilly, The Old New Social History and the New Old Social History, p. 363
R.W. Connell, Class Formation on a World Scale, p. 407

N. Jacobsen, Cycles and Booms in Latin American Export Agriculture: The Example of Southern Peru’s Livestock Economy, 1855-1920, p. 443
E. Screpanti, Long Economic Cycles and Recurring Proletarian Insurgencies, p. 509

Notes on Authors, p. 549
Book Notes, p. 551

a. VII, 1983, 2

P. Ulshofer, Household and Enterprise: Towards a New Model of the Plantation, p. 181
E. Fox-Genovese, Antebellum Southern Households: A New Perspective on a Familiar Question, p. 215
A. Meyers, Household, Labor Relations, and Reproductive Strategies Among Small Cane Farmers in Jamaica, p. 255
G. Stauth, Capitalist Farming and Small Peasant Households in Egypt, p. 285
C. von Werlhof, Production Relations Without Wage Labor and Labor Division by Sex, p. 315

Notes on Authors, p. 360

a. VII, 1983, 1

M.S. Sfia, The World Capitalist System and the Transition to Socialism, p. 3
N. Stame, Poland: The Logic of Two Antisystemic Movements, p. 15
Ç. Keyder, Small Peasant Ownership in Turkey: Historical Formation and Present Structure, p. 53
M. Dixon, E. Martinez, E. McCaughan, Chicanas and Mexicanas Within a Transnational Working Class: Theoretical Perspectives, p. 109
A. Portes, The Informal Sector: Definition, Controversy, and Relation to National Development, p. 151

Notes on Authors, p. 175

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a. VI, 1983, 4

L. Makkai, Ars Historica: On Braudel, p. 435
R. Roehl, Britain and European Industrialization: Pathfinder Pursued?, p. 455
C.A. Hanson, The European “Renovation” and the Luso-Atlantic Economy, 1560-1715, p. 475

R. Mukherjee, Letter to Giovanni Arrighi, p. 533
G. Arrighi, Reply to Ramkrishna Mukherjee, p. 547

Notes on Authors, p. 523

a. VI, 1983, 3

G. Arrighi, T.K. Hopkins, I. Wallerstein, Rethinking the Concepts of Class and Status-Group in a World-System Perspective, p. 283
P. Beiguelman, The Destruction of Modern Slavery: The Brazilian Case, p. 305
C.J. Robinson, C.L.R. James and the Black Radical Tradition, p. 321
R. Ross, K. Trachte, Global Cities and Global Classes: The Peripheralization of Labor in New York City, p. 393

Notes on Authors, p. 432

a. VI, 1982, 2

M. Aymard, From Feudalism to Capitalism in Italy: The Case That Doesn’t Fit, p. 131
S.W. Mintz, Descrying the Peasantry, p. 209

T. Szentes, The TNC Issue: Naive Illusions or Exorcism and Lip-Service?, p. 229
K. Levitt-Polanyi, A Memoir: Stephen Hymer and the Multinational Corporation, p. 253

Notes on Authors, p. 280

a. VI, 1982, 1

M. Sultan-Galiev, The Social Revolution and the East, p. 3

K. Niyiri, Towards an Integrated International Division of Labor: The Place of the World Socialist Economy, p. 15
H.-H. Nolte, The Position of Eastern Europe in the International System in Early Modern Times, p. 25

K. Ekholm, J. Friedman, “Capital” Imperialism and Exploitation in Ancient World-Systems, p. 87
I. Biezunska-Malowist, Ancient Slavery Reconsidered, p. 111

Notes on Authors, p. 127

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a. V, 1982, 4

F. Fröbel, The Current Development of the World-Economy: Reproduction of Labor and Accumulation of Capital on a World Scale, p. 507
R. Campos, F. Bonilla, Bootstraps and Enterprise Zones: The Underside of Late Capitalism in Puerto Rico and the United States, p. 556

J. Casparis, The Swiss Mercenary System: Labor Emigration from the Semiperiphery, p. 593
C.G. Rossetti, Banditismo politico: Terre e guerra civile nella Sardegna del XIX secolo, p. 643

Notes on Authors, p. 694

a. V, 1982, 3

M.-R. Trouillot, Motion in the System: Coffee, Color, and Slavery in Eighteenth-Century Saint-Domingue, p. 331
R. Thapar, Ideology and the Interpretation of Early Indian History, p. 389
S. Goonatilake, Colonies: Scientific Expansion (and Contraction), p. 413
I. Wallerstein, W.G. Martin, T. Dickinson, Household Structures and Production Processes: Preliminary Theses and Findings, p. 437

J. Galtung, Is There a Chinese Strategy of Development? A Contribution to an Everlasting Debate, p. 460
M. Selden, The Inner Logic of Chinese Development, p. 487

Notes on Authors, p. 504

a. V, 1981, 2

A. Faire, The Strategies of Economic Redeployment in the West, p. 139
S.-Ch. Kolm, Liberal Transition to Socialism: Theory and Difficulties, p. 205
K.N. Chaudhuri, The World-System East of Longitude 20: The European Role in Asia, 1500-1750, p. 219
N. Steensgaard, Violence and the Rise of Capitalism: Frederic C. Lane’s Theory of Protection and Tribute, p. 247
G. Williams, Economic Development, Social Structure, and Contemporary Nationalism in Wales, p. 275
H. Samsonowicz, “Suburbium” in the Late Middle Ages: The Economic and Social Importance of Suburbs in East-Central Europe, p. 311

Notes on Authors, p. 325

a. V, 1981, 1

P.J. Taylor, Geographical Scales within the World-Economy Approach, p. 3
B. Chandra, Karl Marx, His Theories of Asian Societies, and Colonial Rule, p. 13

S. Brucan, The Strategy of Development in Eastern Europe, p. 95
A. Koves, Socialist Economy and the World-Economy, p. 113

Notes on Authors, p. 135

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a. IV, 1981, 4

Statement on the Death of Walter Rodney, p. 641
W. Rodney, Plantation Society in Guyana, p. 643
M. Malowist, Merchant Credit and the Putting-Out System: Rural Production During the Middle Ages, p. 667
A. Kleinknecht, Innovation, Accumulation, and Crisis: Long Waves in Economic Development?, p. 683
J. Borrego, Metanational Capitalist Accumulation and the Emerging Paradigm of Revolutionist Accumulation, p. 713

Notes on Authors, p. 778

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a. IV, 1981, 3

Editor’s Note, p. 451
Chicano Political Economy Collective, Introduction, p. 453
T. Almaguer, Interpreting Chicano History: The World-System Approach to Nineteenth-Century California, p. 459
J. Chapa, Wage Labor in the Periphery: Silver Mining in Colonial Mexico, p. 509
A.E. Jimenez, The Political Formation of a Mexican Working Class in the Arizona Copper Industry, 1870-1917, p. 535
L. Trujillo, Race, Class, Labor, and Community: A Local History of Capitalist Development, p. 571
D. Montejano, Is Texas Bigger than the World-System? A Critique from a Provincial Point of View, p. 597
D.F. Dowd, The ChPEC Papers: A Comment, p. 629