Our new journal Capitalism features original, peer-reviewed contributions by authors from across the humanities and social sciences on the historical dimensions of markets, capitalism, political economy, and economic thought.
The interdisciplinary study of capitalism is a vibrant field today and many universities have started their own programs of capitalism studies. This journal, which is supported by an impressive roster of first-class scholars will address those issues in ways that haven’t been covered by the existing journals.
- The inaugural issue was published January 2, 2020 and is currently available for free on Project MUSE until June 30th.
- Thereafter it will not be available in any of the collections sold to MUSE library subscribers. MUSE is hosting the journal only as a stand alone contract with UPenn Press.
- Therefore, the only option for online access after June 30 will be through the publisher’s website at http://cap.pennpress.org. (Using IP address authentication)
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We hope you’ll join us in this new venture.