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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. XIII, 1990, 4

B. Mommer, Oil Rent and Rent Capitalism: The Example of Venezuela, p. 417
G. Derluguian, Social Decomposition and Armed Violence in Post-Colonial Mozambique, p. 439

M. Merrill, The Anticapitalist Origins of the United States, p. 465
J.-Y. Grenier, La notion de croissance dans la pensée économique française au 18e siècle (1715-89), p. 499

Notes on Authors, p. 551
Abstracts, p. 553

a. XIII, 1990, 3

S. Brucan, Historical Evolution of Classes and Class Policy in the U.S.S.R., p. 299
E. Balibar, The Nation Form: History and Ideology, p. 329

G. Arrighi, The Three Hegemonies of Historical Capitalism, p. 365
T.K. Hopkins, Note on the Concept of Hegemony, p. 409

Notes on Authors, p. 514
Abstracts, p. 415

a. XIII, 1990, 2

A. Gunder Frank, A Theoretical Introduction to 5000 Years of World System History, p. 155

W. Goldfrank, Current Issues in World-Systems Theory, p. 251
H. Friedmann, Rethinking Capitalism and Hierarchy, p. 255
F. Block, Capitalism versus Socialism in World-Systems Theory, p. 265
J. Abu-Lughod, Restructuring the Premodern World-System, p. 273
I. Wallerstein, World-Systems Analysis: The Second Phase, p. 287

Notes on Authors, p. 294
Abstracts, p. 295

a. XIII, 1990, 1

Abstracts, p. III

Ch. Chase-Dunn, Resistance to Imperialism: Semiperipheral Actors, p. 1
P.J. Taylor, Britain’s Changing Role in the World-Economy, p. 33
T. Tibebu, On the Question of Feudalism, Absolutism, and the Bourgeois Revolution, p. 49

Notes on Authors, p. 153

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a. XII, 1989, 4

A. Kleinknecht, Post-1945 Growth as a Schumpeter Boom, p. 437
R.G. Micah, The Food Question in Ghana: Development Strategies and Policies, p. 457
G.C. Gunn, Approaches to Tai-Lao Studies: From Orientalism to Marxism, p. 503
U. Jonsson, R. Pettersson, Friends or Foes? Peasants, Capitalists, and Markets in West European Agriculture, 1850-1939, p. 535

Notes on Authors, p. 573
Abstracts, p. 575

a. XII, 1989, 3

P.K. O’Brien, The Impact of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, 1793-1815, on the Long-Run Growth of the British Economy, p. 335
J. Fontana, Catalonia, 1808-14: How to Name a War, p. 397
M. Agulhon, The Heritage of the Revolution and Liberty in France, p. 405
P. Higonnet, Jacobinism and the World-System, p. 423

Notes on Authors, p. 436

a. XII, 1989, 2

C.V. Vaitsos, Radical Technological Changes and the New “Order” in the World-Economy, p. 157
G. Arrighi, T.K. Hopkins, I. Wallerstein, 1886-1986: Beyond Haymarket?, p. 191

D. Glenday, Rich but Semiperipheral: Canada’s Ambiguous Position in the World-Economy, p. 209
Ph. Resnick, From Semiperiphery to Perimeter of the Core: Canada’s Place in the Capitalist World-Economy, p. 263
M. Alexander, Conservatism, Counterrevolution, and Semiperipheral Politics: Australia and Argentina in the Interwar Period, p. 299

Notes on Authors, p. 334

a. XII, 1989, 1

Ch. Suter, Long Waves in the International Financial System: Debt-Default Cycles of Sovereign Borrowers, p. 1
J. Friedman, Culture, Identity, and World Process, p. 51
J. Foran, The Making of an External Arena: Iran’s Place in the World-System, 1500-1722, p. 71
R.M. Rosh, Antarctica’s Increasing Incorporation into the World-System, p. 121

S. Subrahmanyam, “World-Economies” and South Asia, 1600-1750: A Skeptical Note, p. 141
R. Arvind Palat, A Rejoinder to Subrahmanyam, p. 149

Notes on Authors, p. 155

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a. XI, 1988, 4

S. Bowles, Class versus World-Systems Analysis? Epitaph for a False Opposition, p. 433
J.L. Love, Theorizing Underdevelopment: Latin America and Romania, 1860-1950, p. 453
N. Bousquet, The Decolonization of Spanish America in the Early Nineteenth Century: A World-Systems Approach, p. 497
M. Selden, City versus Countryside? The Social Consequences of Development Choices in China, p. 533
P.J. Taylor, Alternative Geography: A Supportive Note on Arrighi and Drangel, p. 569
I. Wallerstein, Typology of Crises in the World-System, p. 581

Notes on Authors, p. 599

a. XI, 1988, 3

P. Waterman, The New Internationalisms: A More Real Thing Than Big, Big Coke?, p. 289
C. Bina, Internationalization of the Oil Industry: Simple Oil Shocks or Structural Crisis?, p. 329

J.B. Taylor, Long Waves in Six Nations: Results and Speculations from a New Methodology, p. 371
H. Brill, Stepwise Polynomial Regression: Royal Road or Detour?, p. 393
J.B. Taylor, The Troubles with Cycles: A Reply to Brill, p. 413

Notes on Authors, p. 433

a. XI, 1988, 2

Special editor: Ç. Keyder

Ç. Keyder, Introduction, p. 119

Part I: Perspectives on Method
S. Pamuk, The Ottoman Empire in Comparative Perspective, p. 127
Ç. Keyder, Bureaucracy and Bourgeoisie: Reform and Revolution in the Age of Imperialism, p. 151

Part II: Processes of Incorporation
D. Quataert, Ottoman Handicrafts and Industry in the Age of Imperialism, p. 169
F. Tabak, Local Merchants in Peripheral Areas of the Empire: The Fertile Crescent during the Long Nineteenth Century, p. 179
R. Kasaba, Was There a Comprador Bourgeoisie in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Western Anatolia?, p. 215

Part III: Imperial Designs and War
K. Vergopoulos, La “Grande Depression” europeenne et la crise d’Orient, 1875-1900, p. 231
R.I. Khalidi, The Economic Partition of the Arab Provinces of the Ottoman Empire before the First World War, p. 251
F. Ahmad, War and Society under the Young Turks, 1908-18, p. 265

Notes on Authors, p. 287

a. XI, 1988, 1

D. Senghaas, European Development and the Third World: An Assessment, p. 3
S. Amin, Comment on Senghaas, p. 55

F. Feher, The Sphinx of the Revolution, p. 69
A. de Braganca, J. Depelchin, From the Idealization of Frelimo to the Understanding of Mozambique Recent History, p. 95

Notes on Authors, p. 118

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a. X, 1987, 5-7 (Supplement)

Preface, p. 761
T.K. Hopkins, I. Wallerstein, Capitalism and the Incorporation of New Zones into the World-Economy, p. 763
P.D. Phillips, Incorporation of the Caribbean, 1650-1700, p. 781
R. Kasaba, Incorporation of the Ottoman Empire, 1750-1820, p. 805
W.G. Martin, Incorporation of Southern Africa, 1870-1920, p. 849
T.K. Hopkins, I. Wallerstein, A Concluding Note, p. 901

a. X, 1987, 4

C.A. Smith, Regional Analysis in World-System Perspective: A Critique of Three Structural Theories of Uneven Development, p. 597
G. Arrighi, F. Piselli, Capitalist Development in Hostile Environments: Feuds, Class Struggles, and Migrations in a Peripheral Region of Southern Italy, p. 649

Notes on Authors, p. 752

a. X, 1987, 3

G. Arrighi, T.K. Hopkins, I. Wallerstein, The Liberation of Class Struggle?, p. 403
M. Beaud, The Crisis of Development in the Light of Economic-Systems Analysis, p. 425
S. Amin, A Note on the Concept of Delinking, p. 435
A. Abdel-Malek, World Crises and World Transformation, p. 445
H.-D. Evers, T. Schiel, Exchange, Trade, and State: A Theoretical Outline, p. 459
M. Petrusewicz, Wage-Earners But Not Proletarians: Wage Labour and Social Relations in the Nineteenth-Century Calabrian Latifondo, p. 471

S. Solomou, Kondratieff Long Waves in Economic Growth, 1850-1913, p. 507
L. Fontvieille, The Labor Force in Long-Term Fluctuations, p. 535

Notes on Authors, p. 587

a. X, 1986, 2

W.H. McNeill, Organizing Concepts for World History, p. 211
H.-H. Nolte, The Netherlands and Russia in the Seventeenth Century: Economic and Social Relations, p. 230
Y. Saueressig-Schreuder, The Impact of British Colonial Rule on the Urban Hierarchy of Burma, p. 245
R. Fatton, Jr., The Democratization of Senegal (1976-1983): “Passive Revolution” and the Democratic Limits of Liberal Democracy, p. 279

J. Maluquer de Motes, El agua en el crecimiento de los siglos XVII y XVIII: Derechos de propriedad y utilizaciones catalán de los energéticas, p. 315
P. Dockès, “Grands” moulins hydrauliques, rapports sociaux et systemes d’exploitation, p. 348

Notes on Authors, p. 398

a. X, 1986, 1

I. Wallerstein, Introduction, p. 5
G. Arrighi, J. Drangel, The Stratification of the World-Economy: An Exploration of the Semiperipheral Zone, p. 9
R.H. McGuire, J. Smith, W.G. Martin, Patterns of Household Structures and the World-Economy, p. 75
W.G. Martin, Southern Africa and the World-Economy: Cyclical and Structural Constraints on Transformation, p. 99
R. Kasaba, Ç. Keyder, F. Tabak, Eastern Mediterranean Port Cities and their Bourgeoisies: Merchants, Political Projects, and Nation-States, p. 121
Research Working Group on World Labor, Global Patterns of Labor Movements in Historical Perspective, p. 137
T.K. Hopkins, I.l Wallerstein, Commodity Chains in the World-Economy Prior to 1800, p. 157
R. Palat, K. Barr, J. Matson, V. Bahl, N. Ahmad, The Incorporation and Peripheralization of South Asia, 1600-1950, p. 171

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a. IX, 1986, 4

A. Reati, The Rate of Profit and the Organic Composition of Capital in the Post-1945 Long Wave: The Case of British Industry from 1959 to 1981, p. 515
B. Madeuf, Du paradoxe à l’auto-organisation: Pour une nouvelle approche de l’economie mondial, p. 573
S. Magala, The Global Transformation, p. 603

H.H. Stahl, The Romanian Tributary System, p. 619
D. Prodan, Serfdom in Sixteenth-Century Transylvania, p. 649

Notes on Authors, p. 679

a. IX, 1986, 3

Fernand Braudel, 1902-85, p. 323
A.W. Crosby, Biotic Change in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand, p. 325
M. Morrissey, Women’s Work, Family Formation, and Reproduction Among Caribbean Slaves, p. 339
J. McCann, Household Economy, Demography, and the “Push” Factor in Northern Ethiopian History, 1916-35, p. 369
S.R. Duncan Baretta, J. Markoff, The Limits of the Brazilian Revolution of 1930, p. 413
R. Tardanico, The Mexican State and the World Crisis, 1929-34, p. 453
U. Muller-Plantenberg, The Possible Historical and Political Significance of the Third Great Depression, p. 481

Notes on Authors, p. 523
Abstracts, p. 525