© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 DOI: 10.1163/156920607X225979 Historical Materialism 15 (2007) 263–265 www.brill.nl/hima Notes on Contributors Paul Blackledge is the author of Reﬂections on the Marxist Th eory of History (Manchester University Press: 2006) and Perry Anderson, Marxism and the New Left (Merlin: 2004), and co-editor of Alasdair MacIntyre’s Engagement with Marxism: Essays and Articles 1953–1974 (Brill: 2007) and Historical Materialism and Social Evolution (Palgrave: 2002). He is a member of the editorial boards of Historical Materialism and International Socialism. email@example.com Prasenjit Bose received his PhD in Economics from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi in 2004. Th e doctoral thesis titled Capital Accumulation and Crisis: A Th eoretical Study , was supervised by Prof. Prabhat Patnaik from Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, JNU. He joined as a full-time activist of the CPI (M) in 2004 and currently acts as the Convenor of its Research Unit. Other publications include ‘Th oughts on the Communist Manifesto: Ideology, Praxis and Revolution’ published in Social Scientist in 1999; ‘Liberalisation with a Human Face: An Oxymoron’ published in Economic and Political Weekly , June 2006 and ‘Corporate Behaviour under Liberalized Finance: Th e Indian Experience’ (forthcoming). firstname.lastname@example.org François Chesnais is professor
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