Michael A. Žmolek

(2021) ‘On “The Problem with Brenner”: The Paradox of Agency and the Heresy of Reification’ Historical Materialism, 29: 3: pp. 125-152

(2020) ‘The Banker Who Ate His Money: Enclosures, Economic Reductionism and the “Corn Model” of David Ricardo’  Proceedings of the 2020 European Studies Conference, University of Nebraska-Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska, October  2-3, 2020. Tatyana Novikov and Juliette Parnelle, editors

(2019) ‘The Dark World of Reverend Malthus’ Journal of Applied Business Economics, 22, 12 (2020): 192-206. Previously  published online as part of the: Proceedings of the 2019 European Studies Conference, University of Nebraska Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska, October 4-5, 2019. Tatyana Novikov and Juliette Parnelle, editors

(2017) ‘Market Dependence, Market Imperatives and the Making of Industrial Capitalism in England’ Proceedings of the 2017 European Studies Conference, University of Nebraska-Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska, October 6-8, 2017. Tatyana  Novikov and Juliette Parnelle, editors

(2013) Rethinking the Industrial Revolution: Five Centuries of Transition from Agrarian to Industrial Capitalism in England. Leiden: Brill (Historical Materialism Book Series).

(2004) ‘Debating Agrarian Capitalism: a Rejoinder to Albritton’, Journal of Peasant Studies, 31 (1), January: 276-305.

(2002) ‘Further Thoughts on Agrarian Capitalism: a Reply to Albritton’, Journal of Peasant Studies, 29 (1), January: 129-154.

(2000) ‘The Case for Agrarian Capitalism: A Response to Albritton’, Journal of Peasant Studies, 27 (4), July: 138-159.

(1994) ‘“Beyond the Impasse” or “Over the Rainbow”? Underdevelopment Theory, Political Marxism, and the Tasks Ahead for Historical Materialism’, MA Major Research Paper, York University, January 1994.

(1990 [1988]) ‘Aid Agencies, NGOs, and the Institutionalization of Famine’, The Economic & Political Weekly of India, January 6, 1990. [Extended version of same essay in Social Development Issues, 12 (1), Fall]