Gareth worked at Birkbeck, the LSE and Swansea University before joining Brunel in 2005. His most recent books are Karl Polanyi: A Life on the Left and Reconstructing Karl Polanyi: Excavation and Critique, and a critique of ‘Green Growth’ (all in 2016). His previous publications include books on Karl Polanyi (2010), the political economy of Eastern Europe, migrant labour in the European Union, and a trilogy on East Germany (its economic history, protest movements, and 1989 revolution).
His work has appeared in Arabic, Bengali, Catalan, Chinese (traditional and simplified), Croatian, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Japanese, Korean, Farsi, Hindi, Indonesian, Kazakh, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, and Ukrainian.
Gareth has supervised doctoral dissertations on topics including environmental political theory, Karl Polanyi, the political economy of Hungary, European communism, the New Institutional Economic History, the geopolitics of the Arctic, and the EU's management of the Greek crisis. He has examined doctoral dissertations on topics including the ideology of economic growth, the life and work of Karl Polanyi, social democracy, migration and class conflict in post-communist Europe, Australia’s military interventions, and the ‘thought-practices’ of Plaid Cymru.
- BA (Combined Studies) University of Manchester
- PhD (Government) University of Manchester
Newest selected publications
Dale, G. (2020) 'Rule of nature or rule of capital? Physiocracy, ecological economics, and ideology'. Globalizations, IN PRESS. pp. 1 - 20. ISSN: 1474-7731 Open Access Link
Dale, G. (2020) 'Global Fever: A review of Andreas Malm, Corona, Climate, Chronic Emergency: War Communism in the Twenty-First Century'. Spectre.Open Access Link
Dale, G. (2020) 'Karl Polanyi, the New Deal, and the Green New Deal'. Environmental Values. pp. 1 - 25. ISSN: 0963-2719 Open Access Link
Dale, G. and Bhattacharya, T. (2020) 'Covid Capitalism: General Tendencies, Possible 'Leaps''. Spectre. pp. 1 - 7.Open Access Link
Dale, G. (2019) 'Justificatory fables of ordoliberalism: Laissez-faire and the ‘Third Way’'. Critical Sociology, 45 (7-8). pp. 1047 - 1060. ISSN: 0896-9205 Open Access Link