John E. Roemer

John E. Roemer is Elizabeth S. and A. Varick Stout Professor of Political Science and Economics at Yale University.

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Cover: A General Theory of Exploitation and ClassA General Theory of Exploitation and ClassRoemer, John E.E-DITION06/02/1982$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: Free to Lose: An Introduction to Marxist Economic PhilosophyFree to Lose: An Introduction to Marxist Economic PhilosophyRoemer, John E.PAPERBACK01/01/1988$33.50
Cover: A Future for SocialismA Future for SocialismRoemer, John E.PAPERBACK01/01/1994$31.50
Cover: Theories of Distributive JusticeTheories of Distributive JusticeRoemer, John E.PAPERBACK01/13/1998$48.50
Cover: Equality of OpportunityEquality of OpportunityRoemer, John E.PAPERBACK10/16/2000$39.00
Cover: Political Competition: Theory and ApplicationsPolitical Competition: Theory and ApplicationsRoemer, John E.PAPERBACK03/15/2006$33.00
Cover: Racism, Xenophobia, and Distribution: Multi-Issue Politics in Advanced DemocraciesRacism, Xenophobia, and Distribution: Multi-Issue Politics in Advanced DemocraciesRoemer, John E.
Lee, Woojin
Van der Straeten, Karine
HARDCOVER04/20/2007$100.00
Cover: Sustainability for a Warming PlanetSustainability for a Warming PlanetLlavador, Humberto
Roemer, John E.
Silvestre, Joaquim
HARDCOVER06/08/2015$51.00
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