Staff profile: Professor Michael Haynes

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 Mike Haynes
Role

Professor of International Political Economy, Department of Finance, Accounting, Systems and Economics

Joint Head of Management Research Centre

Contact  Direct line:01902 321776

Email: M.J.Haynes2@wlv.ac.uk

Academic qualifications
  • PhD University of Wolverhampton
  • MSc Econ, London School of Economics
  • BSc (Hons) 2.1 University of London
Teaching interests
  • Globalisation
  • Research Methods
Research interests Globalisation, the dark side of business, commodity chains.
Selected publications

Books/Book Chapters

Haynes, M. (2011) 'Workers in Modern Russia' in G.Dale ed, First the Transition then the Crash. Eastern Europe in the 2000s, London:Pluto Press, pp.49-73.

Haynes, M. and  Wolfries. J. eds (2007), Revolution and the Modern World, London: Verso .

Haynes, M and  Husan,R. (2006) “Health and safety at work in Russia and Hungary: illusion and reality in the transition crisis’,  in V.  Mogensen ed., Worker Safety Under Siege: labor, capital and the politics of workplace safety in a deregulated world, New York: M.E.Sharpe.

Haynes, M (2004) ‘Analysing Balkan Development 1945-1989. The Rhetoric of the Economist’   A.Hammond ed., The Balkans and the West: Constructing the European Other, London:  Ashgate, pp. 36-49.

Haynes, M and .Husan, R. (2003) A Century of State Murder?  Death and Public Policy in Russia.  London: Pluto Press.

Haynes, M. (2001) 'Labor, exploitation and capitalism in Russia before and after 1991' in Vincent Kelly Pollard ed., State Capitalism Contentious Politics and Large Scale Social Change, Lieden:Brill, pp. 39-64.

Haynes, M (2001) ‘The European Union and Its Periphery: Inclusion and Exclusion’ in Werner Bonefield ed., The Politics of Europe: Monetary Union and Class, Palgrave: Houndsmills Basingstoke, pp. 136-169.

Haynes, M (2000) ‘The Long Boom and the Advanced World 1945-1973’ in D.Renton & K.Flett eds., The Twentieth Century Barbarism and Progress, London: Rivers Oram, pp. 183-203.

Haynes, M. (2002) Russia. Class and Power in the Twentieth Century, London: Bookmarks.

Haynes, M. (1985) Nikolai Bukharin and the Transition from Capitalism to Socialism, London: Croom Helm,.

Publications: Refereed Journal Articles  

Haynes, M. (2013 forthcoming), 'Social inequality and the continuing Russian mortality crisis', Debatte: Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe.     

Haynes, M. (2011) 'Editorial: capitalism and the global crisis - provocations', International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy, vol. 5 (2), pp.105-106.

Haynes, M. (2011) 'Food: between hunger and plenty', Socialist Review, July/August.

Haynes, M. (2010) Public health and public wealth, International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy, vol. 4 (2), pp.119-125.ISSN (Online): 1741-8135  -  ISSN (Print): 1478-1484 DOI: 10.1504/IJMCP.2010.034873

Haynes M. (2009) ‘History, markets, hierarchies and institutions’ International  Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp.205-224.

Haynes, M. (2008) The comparative accountancy of death in War’, History Teaching Yearbook,  vol. 22, 2008, pp.76-84

Haynes, M. (2008) Labour, Exploitation and Capitalism in Russia Before and After 1991, Critical Sociology vol. 34 (4) 557-574

Haynes, M (2005) ‘Patterns of conflict in the 1905 Revolution’, P. Glatter ed, The Russian Revolution of 1905: Change Through Struggle, Revolutionary History vol.9 (1), London: Porcupine Press, pp. 215-233.

Haynes,M. and Husan, R. (2003) ‘A Note on the implications of Global Convergence under a Non-Redistributive solution’  Journal of Economic Issues (US), vol. 37 (3), September, pp. 805-812.

Haynes, M. (2003) 'Counting Soviet Deaths in the Great Patriotic War: A Note' Europe-Asia Studies vol.55 (2),  pp.303-309.

Haynes, M. and Husan, R. (2002) ‘Market Failure, State Failure. Institutions and Historical Constraints in the East European Transition’  Journal of European Area Studies, vol.10 (1), pp. 105-129.

Haynes. M (2002) 'The political economy of the Russian Question after the fall',  Historical Materialism : Research in Critical Marxist Theory,vol.10 (4), pp. 317-362.

Haynes, M and Husan, R.(2002) ‘Somewhere over the rainbow': The Post Soviet Transition, the Market and the Mythical Process of Convergence' Post Communist Economics, vol.14 (3), September, pp.381-398.

Haynes, M and Husan, R. (2002)'Whether by Visible or Invisible Hand: the intractable problem of Russian and East European Catch-up’ Competition and Change, vol. 6 (3), pp. 269-287. 

Haynes, M and Husan, R. (2001) ‘Ar reali pereinamosios ekonomikos saliu konvergencijos perspektyva’ (Prospects of Russian and East European Convergence)  Ekonomika, (Lithuania) vol. 53, pp.162-172.

Haynes, M and Husan, R. (2000) ‘National inequality and the catch-up period: some growth alone scenarios’ Journal of Economic Issues, vol. xxxiv no.3, September,pp.693-705.

Haynes, M and Husan, R.(1999) ‘Közép- és Kelet-Európa utolérési kísérletei’ (The Failed Search for Convergence in the Economic History of Central and Eastern Europe), Eszmélet, (Hungary) No. 44, Winter, pp. 54-83.

Publications: Industry and Government Reports 

Sandwell PCT 'Unemployment and its impact on health' 2009.

Publications: Refereed Conference Papers

Haynes, M (2010) ‘Capitalism and Corruption’, Annual Historical Materialism Conference, London, November 2010.