The Political Economy of Sustainability: Competing Paradigms
I will undertake a comparative analysis of green capitalism, green Keynesianism, and ecological Marxism, drawing on the works of James O’Connor, Amory Lovins, Van Jones, Lester Brown and others.
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The International Journal of Sustainability Policy and Practice, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp.133-144.
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Professor of Political Science, Department of Political Science, Mt. San Antonio College, Walnut, California, USA
My work focuses on environmental politics and political theory. I teach courses on Environmental Politics and Ancient to Early Modern as well as Late Modern to Contemporary Political Theory. I am currently completing a book on Habermas’s evolving theories of crisis, which looks in some detail at his treatment (or neglect) of ecological crisis. I am also the author of two journal articles, one of which deals with the debate between radical democracy and Marxism. It appeared in Rethinking Marxism. The other was entitled “Building a Movement for Economic Democracy.” It was published in Socialist Review.