Research Publications for David J M Neilson
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Neilson, D. J. M. (2014). Social progress under capitalism: Beyond the neoliberal model of development?. In SAANZ Conference 2014. Conference held at University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.
Tulloch, L. K., & Neilson, D. (2014). The neoliberalisation of sustainability. Citizenship, Social and Economics Education, 13(1), 26-38. Retrieved from http://www.wwwords.co.uk/
Seo, H. J., & Neilson, D. J. M. (2014). From global financial crisis to global keynesian new deal: for the success of a modern version of wage-led growth strategy. The Review of Social & Economics Studies, 2, 139-179.
Neilson, D. J. M. (2013). Reworking the scientific socialist prognosis in the 21st century: mid-range contingency and a counter-hegemonic model of development. Knowledge Cultures: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 1(2), 73-93.
Neilson, D. (2012). Remaking the connections: Marxism and the French regulation school. Review of Radical Political Economics, 44(2), 160-177. doi:10.1177/0486613411423893
Neilson, D. (2011). Joining the dots: Discourse and strategy in the making of a counter hegemonic project beyond neoliberal global capitalism. In Journalism, Media and Democracy (JMAD) Conference: Political Economy of Communication. Conference held at Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.
Neilson, D. (2011). Making history beyond neoliberalism: Response to Roper. New Zealand Sociology, 26(2), 66-76. Retrieved from http://web.me.com/saanz/SAANZ/Journal.html
Neilson, D., & Stubbs, T. (2011). Relative surplus population and uneven development in the neoliberal era: Theory and empirical application. Capital & Class, 35(3), 435-453. doi:10.1177/0309816811418952
Neilson, D. (2010). Colliding trajectories: Environmental decline, the growing surplus population, and the search for an alternative path of development. In Radical Rethink Required: Public Lecture Series, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand (pp. 23 pages).
Neilson, D. (2009). Why Banimarama wants to solve things his way. In Fiji Sun.