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Authored Books

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

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

Book Chapters

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.), 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.), 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.), A Post Autistic Economics Reader. London: Anthem Press.

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

Articles

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

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

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

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 Workd Bank and Marx may both be Wrong.' Indian Journal of Labour Economics .

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

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

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

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

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, in E, Fullbrook, Post-Austistic Economics Review.' Post-Austistic Economics Review - Issue 21 - Article 5, Issue . p. 5.

Monographs

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 (Unpublished)

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 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.

Book Reviews

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

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.

Other

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

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.'

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

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