Maliha Safri is an associate professor in the economics department at Drew University, and has taught and published on political economy and migration.  She has published articles in Signs, the Middle East Journal, edited book collections, and most recently a piece in the Economist’s Voice titled “The Economics of Occupation.” She has also been involved with popular education seminars and courses with activists for twelve years with the Center For Popular Economics, based at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, and has been active with worker cooperatives in the NJ and NY metropolitan area.

Selected Publications and Working Papers

  • “The Global Household: Toward a Feminist and Postcapitalist Political Economy” (co-authored with Julie Graham) Signs, August 2010
  • “Re/membering Twenty years of Rethinking Marxism: an Interview with David Ruccio and Jack Amariglio” co-written with Kenan Ercel, and S. Charusheela. Rethinking Marxism 20(4) 2008
  • “Transition and Development in India” Rethinking Marxism 19(1) 2007
  • “Dreaming Big: Democracy in the Global Economy” (with Eray Duzenli) Rethinking Marxism 16(4) 2004
  • “Economic Effects of Remittances on Immigrant and Non-immigrant Households” chapter in Class Struggle on the Home Front: Work, Exploitation, and Conflict in the Household. Edited by Graham Cassano, December 2009.
  • “Class and Cooperatives” Rethinking Marxism, Spring 2011.
  • “Transformation of the Afghan Refugee, 1979-2009” Fall 2011, Middle East Journal
  • “The Economics of Occupation” March 2012, The Economist’s Voice.
  • “The Modern Mixed Political Economy of Pakistan,” Dispatches from Pakistan edited by Vijay Prashad and Madiha Tahir, December 2012.
  • “The Politics of Mapping” invited chapter for book Diverse Economies edited by Goerda Roelvink and Kevin St. Martin, University of Minnesota Press. Forthcoming.
  • “Mapping Noncapitalist Supply Chains: Toward an Alternate Conception of Value Creation and Distribution” OrganizationForthcoming.