Research Publications for David J M Neilson
Welcome to the University of Waikato research publications search page. This database includes all research publications produced by the University from 1998.
Use our Online Phonebook to contact our current staff members.
Neilson, D. (2017). Re-situating Capital Vol. 1 beyond Althusser's epistemological break: Towards second generation neo-marxism. Continental Thought & Theory: A Journal of Intellectual Freedom: 150 Years of Capital, 1(4), 231-253.
Neilson, D. (2017). In-itself for-itself: Towards second-generation neo-Marxist class theory. Capital & Class, 1-23. doi:10.1177/0309816817723299
Neilson, D. (2016). The precariat: a class in-itself, a class in the making, a bogus concept, or a social bloc?. In Conference of the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 5 pages). Conference held at Napier, New Zealand.
Neilson, D., & Stubbs, T. H. (2016). Competition states in the neoliberal era: Towards third-generation regulation theory. Competition & Change, 20(2), 122-144. doi:10.1177/1024529415623917
Neilson, D. (2016). Sociology on the left in New Zealand: Currents and contests in recent and future history. New Zealand Sociology, 31(3), 247-268.
Neilson, D. (2015). Class, precarity, and anxiety under neoliberal global capitalism: From denial to resistance. Theory & Psychology, 25(2), 184-201. doi:10.1177/0959354315580607
Neilson, D. J. M., Gaylard, D., & Howard, D. (2015). Beyond the neoliberal model of development: Building a counter-hegemonic movement. In Social Movements, Resistance and Social Change II: Possibilities, Ideas, Demands. Conference held at AUT, Auckland, New Zealand.
Neilson, D. J. M., Howard, D., & Gaylard, D. (2015). Towards an alternative model of development beyond neoliberal capitalism: Intellectual pessimism grounds intentional global optimism. In 2015 SAA(NZ) Annual Conference. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Neilson, D. (2015). Beyond neoliberalism in New Zealand: An extended book review [Review of Beyond the free market: Rebuilding a just society in New Zealand by D. Cook, C. Hill, P. Baskett, & R. Irwin (eds), 2014]. New Zealand Sociology, 30(1), 199-206.
Neilson, D. J. M. (2015). Beyond mainstream labour market theory and precarity: Towards an alternative to the neoliberal model of development. Labour, Employment and Work in New Zealand, 1-11. Retrieved from https://ojs.victoria.ac.nz/LEW/article/view/2222/2061