JAPE NO. 64, SUMMER 2009/10

SPECIAL ISSUE ON THE GFC: GLOBAL, NATIONAL AND URBAN ASPECTS OF THE CRISIS

Editorial introduction: Analysing the GFC

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Understanding the economic crisis: The importance of training in critical economics //

Jim Stanford

The global financial crisis, credit crunches and deleveraging //

Steve Keen

Crisis and contradiction in the world economy //

Tom Bramble

The impact of the GFC on Australia as a 'dual economy' //

Harry Perlich

The crisis and the Australian financial sector //

Evan Jones 

Women's earnings security in a context of economic crisis //

Therese Jefferson and Alison Preston

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Europe's crisis management: Missed opportunities //

Heribert Dieter

Urban land, household debt and overseas borrowing //

Ian Manning

A twin crisis of capital in an urban age //

Brendan Gleeson

A note on the credit crisis, time and social order //

Stephen Horton

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Business as usual? Responding to the GFC on the Gold Coast //

Paul Burton

A suburban crisis? Housing, credit, energy and transport //

Jago Dodson and Neil Sipe

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From Competitive to Cooperative Urbanism //

Kurt Iveson

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Responding to the Crisis: Why Governments and
Businesses Gamble but the People Do Not //

Boris Frankel

The GFC and University Economics Education //

A open letter to the Queen