Articles

MAIN PUBLISHED PAPERS in English

  • Sotiropoulos, D. P., and J. Rutterford (2019) “Financial diversification strategies before World War I: Buy-and-hold versus naive portfolio selection”, Business History [Forthcoming]. pdf-icon
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P., and J. Rutterford (2018) “Individual Investors and Portfolio Diversification in late Victorian Britain. How Diversified Were Victorian Financial Portfolios,” The Journal of Economic History, 78(2): 435-471. pdf-icon
  • Rutterford, J., Sotiropoulos, D. P., and C. van Lieshout, “Individual investors and local bias in the UK: 1870-1935,” Economic History Review, 70(4): 1291-1320. pdf-icon
  • Rutterford, J. and Sotiropoulos, D. P., “The rise of the small investor in the US and the UK, 1895 to 1970,” Enterprise and Society, 18(3): 485-535. pdf-icon
  • Rutterford, J. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2016) “Putting all their eggs in one basket? Portfolio diversification 1870 to 1902,” Accounting History Review 26(3): 285-305.pdf-icon
  • Rutterford, J., and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2016) “Financial diversification before modern portfolio theory: UK financial advice documents in the late 19th and the beginning of the 20th century,” The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought 23(6): 919-945.pdf-icon
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P. (2015) “Hilferding on Derivatives,” European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 22(1): 77-96.pdf-icon
  • Stockhammer, E., and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2014) “Rebalancing the Euro area: the costs of internal devaluation,” Review of Political Economy, 26(2): 210-233.pdf-icon
  • Stockhammer, E. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2014) “Europe in Crisis: Introduction,” Review of Political Economy, 26(2): 167-170.pdf-icon
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P., and S. Lapatsioras (2014) “Financialization and Marx: Some Reflections on Bryan’s, Martin’s and Rafferty’s argumentation,” Review of Radical Political Economics, 46(1): 87-101.pdf-icon
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P. (2011) “Kalecki’s dilemma: towards a Marxian interpretation of neoliberal financialization,” Rethinking Marxism, 23(1): 100-116.pdf-icon
  • Milios, J. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2010) “Crisis of Greece or crisis of Euro? A view from the European ‘periphery’”, Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, 12(3): 223-240.pdf-icon
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P. (2009) “Why John Stuart Mill should not be enlisted among neoclassical economists,” The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 16(3): 455-473.pdf-icon
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P. and G. Economakis (2008) “Trade Unions and the Wages Fund Theory: On the significance of Mill’s recantation and some notes on Marx’s theoretical intervention,” History of Economic Ideas, 2008, XVI(3): 21-48.pdf-icon
  • Milios, J. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2007) “Tugan-Baranowsky and Effective Demand”, Science and Society, 71(2): 227-242.pdf-icon

 OTHER PUBLISHED PAPERS

  • Milios, J. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2013) “Eurozone: die Krise als Chance für die kapitalistische Offensive,” PROKLA, 171(2): 317-334.
  • Economakis, G. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2010) “Why Did Scarcity Triumph Over Technology in Ricardo’s Thinking?,” Bulletin of Political Economy, 4:2: 109-128.
  • Milios, J. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2010) “Marxsche Theorie und Imperialismus,” PROKLA, 159(2): 259-275.
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P (2008) “John Stuart Mill and Wicksell’s Cumulative Process,” Bulletin of Political Economy, vol. 2, no. 1.
  • Milios, J. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2007) “Gesamtkapitalreproduktion und keynesienische Interpretationen von Marx,” Beiträge zur Marx-Engels-Forschung, Neue Folge, 135-146.

PUBLISHED PAPERS in Greek

  • Sotiropoulos, D. P., Milios, J. and S. Lapatsioras (2014) “Sovereign debt in contemporary capitalism: Towards a progressive proposal,” Theseis, vol. 129, pp. 29-63.
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P., Milios, J., Lapatsioras, S. and P. Auerbach (2012) “Financial System and Power Relations: A journey in the history of economic thought for contemporary recipients,” Theseis, no. 121.
  • Lapatsioras, S. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2011) “The Arithmetic of Public Debt… not only for beginners,” Theseis, 2011, vol. 116, pp. 89-116.
  • Lapatsioras, S., MIlios, J. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2011) “Voyage in Defeat: Policies of dealing with the crisis or Policies of taking advantage of the crisis? Thoughts for a Left strategy,” Part II, Theseis, 2011, vol. 116, pp. 117-146.
  • Lapatsioras, S. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2011) “Voyage in Defeat: Policies of dealing with the crisis or Policies of taking advantage of the crisis? Thoughts for a Left strategy,” Part I, Theseis, vol. 114, pp. 33-47.
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P. and J. Milios (2010) “Welcome to the Desert of ‘European’ Capitalism (the crisis of the strategy of euro),” Theseis, no. 112, pp. 1-36.
  • Milios, J., and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2010) “The Concept of Imperialism and the Marxian Theory of Gesamtkapital”, Thesseis, no. 110, pp. 15-40.
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P. (2009) “Retracing the Origins and Boundaries of ‘Left’ Keynesianism,” Theseis, 2009, no. 109.
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P. (2009) “Comments on Krugman’s argument regarding the failure of mainstream economists”, Theseis, no. 109.
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P. (2009) “The Era of Hayek: Neoliberalism as Discipline”, Theseis, no. 108, pp. 15-64.
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P. (2009) “Understanding the Neoliberal Form of Capitalism” Theseis, no. 106, pp. 25-58.
  • Economakis, G, and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2008) “Trade Unions and Wage Theories: The cases of J. S. Mill and Marx”, Social Science Tribune, no. 52, pp. 27-56 (with G. Economakis).
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P. (2007) “Some Thoughts Concerning the Discussions on Pluralism in Economic Thought”, Theseis, no. 101, pp. 97-138.
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P. (2006) “The Place of John Stuart Mill in the History of Economic Thought. Part II”, Theseis, no. 97, pp. 75-96.
  • Economakis, G. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2006) “The Wages in Marx’s Analysis”, Theseis, no. 95, pp. 109-125.
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P. (2006) “The Place of John Stuart Mill in the History of Economic Thought. Part I”, Theseis, no. 95, pp. 147-166.
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P. (2005) “Effective Demand and Capitalist Development: A general outline”, Theseis, no. 91, pp. 133-166.
  • Economakis, G. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2003) “Commodity and Money”, Theseis, no. 84, pp. 109-135.

 

BOOK SECTIONS

  • Sotiropoulos, D. P. (2015) “Financialization: Taking stock and moving forward,” in P. Bargués-Pedreny, K. Koddenbrock, J. Schmidt and M. Schmidt (eds) Ends of Critique, Centre for Global Cooperation Research, Duisburg, Germany.
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P., Milios, J., and S. Lapatsioras (2015) “Addressing the Rationality of ‘Irrational’ European Responses to the Crisis: A Political Economy of the Euro Area and the Need for a Progressive Alternative”, in A. Bitzenis, N. Karagiannis and J. Marangos (eds) Europe in Crisis: Problems, Challenges, and Alternative Perspectives, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P. (2014) “Revisiting the 1992-93 EMS Crisis in the Context of International Political Economy,” in Vassilis K. Fouskas (ed.) The Politics of International Political Economy, London and New York: Routledge.
  • Auerbach, P. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2013) “Revisiting the socialist calculation debate: the role of finance in Hayek’s response to Lange’s challenge,” in R. Bellofiore, E. Karwowski and J. Toporowski (eds) The Legacy of Rosa Luxemburg, Oskar Lange and Michał Kalecki, Volume 2 of Essays in Honour of Tadeusz Kowalik, London and New York: Palgave Macmillan.
  • Milios, J. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2013) “Capitalist Mode of Production and Imperialist Chain: Nicos Poulantzas Encountering the Theories of Imperialism,” in. Ch. Golemis and E. Economou (eds.) Poulantzas Today, Athens: Nisos.
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P., Milios, J. and S. Lapatsioras (2012) “Demystifying Finance: How to Understand Financialization and Think of Strategies for a Good Society,” in Marangos, J. (ed.) Alternative Perspectives of a Good Society, Palgrave Macmillan (series: Perspectives from Social Economics).
  • Milios, J. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2011) “The Greek Economic Crisis and the crisis of the Strategy of Euro,” in Greek Scientific Association of Political Economy (ed.) Economic Crisis and Greece, Athens: Gutenberg [in Greek].
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P. (2007) “J. S. Mill in the History of Economic Thought: should he be regarded as a neoclassical economist?,” in V. Muresan and C. Ducu (eds.) Proceedings of the International Conference ‘John Stuart Mill: 1806-2006, University of Bucharest Press (pp. 257-276).

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Translation into Greek of J. M. Keynes’ paper: “National Self-Sufficiency” (The Yale Review, 1933, vol. 22, no. 4, pp. 755-769), published by Theseis (2009, no. 109) and accompanied by a comprehensive introduction.
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P., Milios, J., and S. Lapatsioras (2014) “An outline of a progressive resolution to the Euro area sovereign debt overhang: How a five year suspension of the debt burden could overthrow austerity,” policy report published by the Levy Economic Institute. Available: http://www.levyinstitute.org/pubs/wp_819.pdf
  • Sotiropoulos, D. P. and J. Rutterford (2014) “Performativity and Financial Markets: Option pricing in the late 19th century,” working paper, Innovation, Knowledge and Development Research Centre. Available: http://www.open.ac.uk/ikd/sites/www.open.ac.uk.ikd/files/files/working-papers/ikd-working-paper-72.pdf
  • Stockhammer, E. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2012) “Rebalancing the Euro Area: The Costs of Internal Devaluation”, Working paper, Post Keynesian Economic Study Group, Cambridge. Available: http://www.postkeynesian.net/downloads/wpaper/PKWP1206.pdf
  • Lapatsioras, S., Maroudas, L., Michaelides, P. G, Milios, J. and D. P. Sotiropoulos (2009) “On the Character of the Current Economic Crisis”, Radical Notes: http://radicalnotes.com/2009/04/10/on-the-character-of-the-current-economic-crisis/