Strongly Encouraged Advance Reading for
Summer School

Elizabeth Anderson (2015) “When the Market Was Left,” pp. 63-93, in Liberty, Equality, and Private Government.

Matt Breunig (2018) Social Wealth Fund, People’s Policy Project (short monograph).

Thomas Christiano (2006) “Political Equality and the Independent Power of Private Property,” in John Kultgen and Mary Lenzi, eds. Problems for Democracy, pp. 119-38. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Jonathan Hopkin and Mark Blyth (2018) “The Global Economics of European Populism,” Government and Opposition 54: 193-225.

Frederick Neuhouser (2013) “Rousseau’s Critique of Economic Inequality,” Philosophy and Public Affairs 41: 193-225.

Kevin Vallier (2019) “Rawls, Piketty and the Critique of Welfare State Capitalism,” Journal of Politics 81:142-52.


Bibliography of Contributions Relevant
to Summer School Themes


Jeffrey Bercuson (2014) John Rawls and the History of Political Thought: The Rousseauvian and Hegelian Heritage of Justice as Fairness, Routledge.

Mark Blyth (2002) Great Transformations, Cambridge University Press.

Christopher Brooke (2015) “Rawls and Rousseau on the General Will”, in The General Will: The Evolution of a Concept (James Farr and David Lay Williams, eds.), Cambridge University Press.

William A. Edmundson (2017) John Rawls: Reticent Socialist, Cambridge University Press.

Katrina Forrester (2019) In the Shadow of Justice (Harvard University Press).

Stephanie Mudge (2018), Leftism Reinvented, Harvard University Press.

Martin O'Neill and Thad Williamson (eds.) (2012), Property-Owning Democracy: Rawls and Beyond, Blackwell-Wiley.

John Rawls (2001) Justice as Fairness, Harvard University Press.

Alan Thomas (2016) Republic of Equals: Predistribution and Property-Owning Democracy, Oxford University Press.

Philippe van Paris (2011) Just Democracy: the Rawls-Machiavelli Programme, ECPR Press.



 Mark Blyth (2016) “Global Trumpism”, Foreign Affairs, November 15. 

Richard Dagger (2006) “Neo-republicanism and the Civic Economy”, Politics, Philosophy and Economics 5: 151–173.

 Robert Hockett (2015) “Pre-Liberal Autonomy & Post-Liberal Finance”, Law and Contemporary Problems 77: 105-30.

Robert Hockett (2019) “Open Labor Market Operations,” Challenge”, 62:2.

Brian Leiter (20 . ) “Why Marxism Still Does Not Need a Normative Theory,” Analyse & Kritik (1-3_: 23-50.

Frederick Neuhouser (2014) “Rousseau’s Critique of Economic Inequality”, Philosophy and Public Affairs 41: 193-225.

 Martin O' Neill, Emily McTernan, and Christian Schemmel (2016) “If You Care about Social Equality, You Want a Big State: Home, Work, Care and Social Egalitarianism”, Juncture 23: 138–144 (Can be found on Martin O’Neill’s page).

John Roemer (2019) Interview: Exploitation, Cooperation, and Distributive Justice.


Paul Weithman (2019), Review of William A. Edmundson (2017) John Rawls: Reticent Socialist, Cambridge University Press, in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.

News Articles and General Public Oriented Journals: 

Kaufman, Scott Barry (2010) “Two Routes to Social Status,” Psychology Today.

June 25, 2019, “The new left economics: how a network of thinkers is transforming capitalism”, The Guardian.