His scientific interests lie mostly in Marxist philosophy, Social science, Economic sociology, Politics and Political economy. His research on Marxist philosophy also deals with topics like
His Economic sociology research incorporates themes from Fictitious commodities and Subject. His Politics study incorporates themes from Government, Private sector, National innovation system and Industrial policy. His Political economy research includes elements of Foreign policy analysis, Interventionism, World War II and International finance.
Fred Block mostly deals with Political economy, Neoclassical economics, Economic system, Politics and Capitalism. His studies deal with areas such as State, Market fundamentalism, Development economics, Welfare and Economy as well as Political economy. His study on Economic system also encompasses disciplines like
His Politics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Productive forces, Government and Social science, Economic sociology, Social theory. His studies in Social science integrate themes in fields like Capital and Marxist philosophy. As a part of the same scientific family, Fred Block mostly works in the field of Capitalism, focusing on Argument and, on occasion, Foreign policy.
Fred Block spends much of his time researching Neoclassical economics, Political economy, Illusion, Politics and Economic history. In his work, Social theory is strongly intertwined with Capitalism, which is a subfield of Neoclassical economics. He incorporates Political economy and Basic premise in his research.
Many of his research projects under Politics are closely connected to Global South with Global South, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Democracy research incorporates elements of Neoliberalism, Epistemology, Orthodoxy and Market fundamentalism. In his research, Authoritarianism is intimately related to Power, which falls under the overarching field of Economic history.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Neoclassical economics, Capitalism, Positive economics, Ruling class and Law and economics. Neoclassical economics is often connected to Social theory in his work.
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Polanyi Symposium: a conversation on embeddedness
Greta Krippner;Mark Granovetter;Fred Block;Nicole Biggart.
Socio-economic Review (2004)
Social Foundations of Postindustrial Economies
Fred Block;Gosta Esping-Andersen.
Contemporary Sociology (2001)
The Geometry of Imperialism
Fred Block;Giovanni Arrighi.
Contemporary Sociology (1979)
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