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McCartney, Matthew (2010) Political Economy, Growth and Liberalisation in India, 1991-2008. London; New York: Routledge.

McCartney, Matthew (2009) 'Episodes or Evolution: The Genesis of Liberalisation in India.' Journal of South Asian Development, 4 (2). pp. 203-228.

McCartney, Matthew (2009) India: The Political Economy of Growth, Stagnation and the State – 1951-2007. London; New York: Routledge.

McCartney, Matthew (2008) 'A Review of Rahul Mukherji (ed.), "India’s Economic Transition: The Politics of Reforms".' Journal of Development Studies, 44 (8). pp. 1236-1237.

McCartney, Matthew (2008) 'A Review of D. Tripathi and J. Jumani, "The Concise Oxford History of Indian Business".' Journal of Asian Affairs .

McCartney, Matthew (2007) A Course on Public Finance. (Unpublished)

McCartney, Matthew (2007) 'Driving a Car with an Accelerator, no Steering Wheel and no Road Map: Neo-Classical Discourse and the Case of India.' In: Fullbrook, Edward, (ed.), Real world economics : a post-autistic economics reader. London: Anthem Press.

McCartney, Matthew (2007) 'Dynamic and Static Efficiency; The Case of Textile Exports from Bangladesh and the Developmental State.' In: Fullbrook, Edward, (ed.), Real world economics : a post-autistic economics reader. London: Anthem Press, pp. 281-292.

McCartney, Matthew (2007) 'Game Theory a Refinement or an Alternative to Neo-classical Economics?' In: Fullbrook, Edward, (ed.), Real world economics : a post-autistic economics reader. London: Anthem Press.

McCartney, Matthew (2007) 'Liberalisation and Social Structure: The Case of Labour Intensive Export Growth in South Asia.' In: Fullbrook, Edward, (ed.), Real world economics : a post-autistic economics reader. London: Anthem Press.

McCartney, Matthew (2007) 'A Review of I. Habib, "Indian Economy, 1858-1914".' Journal of Agrarian Change, 7 (2). pp. 269-271.

McCartney, Matthew (2007) The Role of the State and Episodes of Growth and Stagnation in the Indian Economy, 1951-2004. PhD thesis. SOAS University of London. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25501/SOAS.00033713

McCartney, Matthew (2006) 'Can a Heterodox Economist Use Cross-country Growth Regressions.' Post-Autistic Economics Review, 37.

McCartney, Matthew (2006) 'Ever Decreasing Circles: Empirical, Theoretical and Methodological-Ideological Problems with cross-Country Growth Regressions.' Cambridge Journal of Economics. (Unpublished)

McCartney, Matthew (2006) 'From South Asia to Diaspora: Missing Women and Migration.' Current Sociology.

McCartney, Matthew (2006) 'Liberalisation and Gender in South Asia: Why the World Bank and Marx may both be Wrong.' Indian Journal of Labour Economics.

McCartney, Matthew (2006) 'A Review of T. Dyson, R. Cassen and L. Visaria (eds.) "Twenty-First Century India: Population, Economy, Human Development and the Environment".' Journal of Development Studies, 42 (4). pp. 716-717.

McCartney, Matthew (2006) 'A Review of Twenty-First Century India: Populations, Economy, Human Development and the Environment.' (Unpublished)

McCartney, Matthew (2005) 'Game Theory, A Refinement or an Alternative to Neo-Classical Economics'.' Post-Autistic Economics Review, 30.

McCartney, Matthew (2005) 'Neoliberalism and South Asia: The Case of a Narrowing Discourse.' In: Saad Filho, Alfredo and Johnston, Deborah, (eds.), Neoliberalism: A Critical Reader. London: Pluto Press, pp. 237-243.

McCartney, Matthew (2005) 'A Review of Indian Economic Reforms. Edited by Raghdendra Jha.' Journal of Development Studies, 41 (3). pp. 505-506.

McCartney, Matthew (2005) 'Tax policy Theory and Analysis.' Training Manual for the Ministry of Finance, Tbilisi, Georgia.

McCartney, Matthew (2004) ‘Episodes of Liberalisation’ or ‘The Logic of Capital’: The Genesis of Liberalisation in India. London, UK: School of Oriental and African Studies.

McCartney, Matthew (2004) Export Promotion, the Fallacy of Composition and Declining Terms of Trade (or the Moors’ Last Sigh). London, UK: School of Oriental and African Studies.

McCartney, Matthew (2004) 'Dynamic and Static Efficiency: The Case of Textile Exports from Bangladesh and the Developmental State.' Post-Autistic Economics Review, 26.

McCartney, Matthew (2004) 'Episodes of Liberalisation or The Logic of Capital: The Genesis of Liberalisation in India.' Working Papers 134, Department of Economics . London: SOAS University of London.

McCartney, Matthew (2004) 'Export Promotion, the Fallacy of Composition and Declining Terms of Trade (or the Moors Last Sigh).'

McCartney, Matthew (2004) 'Liberalisation and Social Structure: The Case of Labour Intensive Export Growth in South Asia.' Post-Autistic Economics Review, 30.

McCartney, Matthew (2003) 'Driving a Car with an Accelerator, no Steering Wheel and no Road Map: Neo-Classical Discourse and the Case of India.' Post-Autistic Economics Review, 21.

McCartney, Matthew (2003) 'Driving a car with no steering wheel and no road map: Neoclassical discourse and the case of India.' Post-Autistic Economics Review, 21. p. 5.

McCartney, Matthew and Harriss-White, Barbara (2000) Intermediate Regimes and Intermediate Classes Revisited: A Critical Political Economy of Indian Economic Development from 1980 to Hindutva. QEH Working Papers No 34.

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