English Texts

Capitalism and the State. A critique of the draft party program of “Die Linke
MR Zine (Monthly Review) 02/09/10

Reconstruction or Deconstruction? Methodological Controversies about Value and Capital,
and New Insights from the Critical Edition,
in: Riccardo Bellofiore, Roberto Fineschi (ed.), Re-Reading Marx. New Perspectives after the Critical Edition, Palgrave Macmillan 2009, pp. 71-98.

The Current Financial Crisis and the Future of Global Capitalism
originally published in German in Phase 2.28, June 2008
MR Zine (Monthly Review) 09/06/08

Marx’s State Theory after “Grundrisse” and “Capital”
draft for a lecture, Athens, September 2007

Profit without End: Capitalism is just getting started
Originally published in German in: Jungle World No. 29, 12 July 2007
MR Zine (Monthly Review) 28/07/07

Interview with Michael Heinrich about the G8 summit
by ...ums Ganze! MR Zine (Monthly Review) 22/06/07

Deconstructing "Capital". New Insights from Marx’s Economic Manuscripts in MEGA
Paper presented at Historical Materialism Conference “New Directions in Marxian Theory”,
Dec. 8.-10. 2006, London

Invaders from Marx
On the Uses of Marxian Theory, and the Difficulties of a Contemporary Reading
Originally published in German in: Jungle World No. 38, 21 September 2005

Ambivalences of Marx’s Critique of Political Economy as
Obstacles for the Analysis of Contemporary Capitalism

Historical Materialism Conference, October 10, 2004, London, revised paper

The Relevance and Irrelevance of Marxian Economics
New School Economic Review, Vol. 1, No. 1, Fall 2004, pp. 83-90

A Thing with Transcendental Qualities
Money as a Social Relationship in Capitalism. An Introduction to Marx’ Notion of Money
Originally published in German in „iz3w“, no. 258, January/February 2002 (www.iz3w.org)

Engels' Edition of the Third Volume of Capital and Marx's Original Manuscript
in: Science & Society, vol. 60, no. 4, 1996, pp. 452-466.

Capital in general and the structure of Marx's Capital.
New insights from Marx's 'Economic Manuscript of 1861-63',
in: Capital & Class 38, 1989, pp. 63-79