What were the formative developments in the economic crash of 2008? What does it tell us about the future of capitalism? What shaped the economic depression and turmoil since 2008? What light do the events shed on Marxist theories of economic crisis, and vice versa?
"Crisis and Sequels", edited by Workers' Liberty contributor Martin Thomas, was published in hardback in 2017, at a price accessible to university libraries, but is now available in affordable paperback.
It records and surveys a unique discussion, over the years of the economic turmoil starting in 2007, involving some 16 Marxist and left-wing writers on economics and political economy.