Robin Hahnel

Robin Hahnel is Professor of Economics at American University. His most recent book is Economic Justice and Democracy. He is co-author with Michael Albert of The Political Economy of Participatory Economics. He has been active in many social movements and organizations over the past forty years, most recently with the Southern Maryland Greens and Green Party USA.

Robin Hahnel's

ZNet Articles

An Open Letter to the Climate Justice Movement

Eco-localism: A Constructive Critique

Of the People, By the People

The Phoney Fiscal Cliff

What Is To Be Done?

The Increasing Power Of Neoliberalism Globally

Radicals and Reformers: Part 2: System Change

The Eurozone Crisis – An Opportunity For the Left?


The Case Against Markets

Climate Change, Climate Policy and the Growth Imperative

A Conversation

Anarchist Planning For Twenty-First Century Economies: A Proposal

Z Blogs

Some Quick Thoughts on Recent Greek Tragedies

Z Commentary

Shifting Priorities In Response To Changed Circumstances

Keep It Simple. Get It Straight

Election Redux: Learning From The 2010 Midterm Elections, Part 2: Lessons For The Left

Election Redux: Learning From The 2010 Midterm Elections, Part 1: Lessons For Others

The Ecological Crisis And Libertarian Socialists

Financial Reform

Why Cap And Trade And Not A Carbon Tax?

A Climate Change Policy Primer


ABC’s of Political Economy

Economic Justice and Democracy: From Competition to Cooperation (Pathways Through the Twenty-First Century)

Panic Rules!: Everything You Need to Know About the Global Economy

Z Magazine

Financial Reform

Capitalist Globalism In Crisis

Imperialism, Human Rights, and Protectionism

Play It Again, Sam

Speaking Truth To Power: Speaking Truth To Ourselves

China & the WTO

Going To Greet The WTO In Seattle

Capitalist Globalism In Crisis


We should know that only replacing the economics of competition and greed with the economics of equit…

Recognizing that the current form of globalization is nothing more than a generalized downward leveli…

Unfortunately, for all its emphasis on class analysis, Marxism blinded many fighting against the econ…


TINA Be Damned: Alternatives to Corporate Capitalism

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