Professor Michael Haynes
Professor of International Political Economy, Department of Finance, Accounting, Systems and Economics; Joint Head of Management Research Centre
Globalisation, the dark side of business, commodity chains.
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.