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  1. Darwinism and Evolutionary Economics

    Darwinism and Evolutionary Economics

    Edited by John Laurent, John Nightingale
    Darwinism and Evolutionary Economics brings together contributions from eminent authors who, building on Darwin’s own insights and on developments in evolutionary theory, offer challenging views on how economics can use evolutionary ideas effectively. Learn More
    2001   Hardback Price: $ 136.00   Web: $ 122.40
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  2. Fiscal Federalism in Russia

    Fiscal Federalism in Russia

    Kitty Stewart
    Fiscal Federalism in Russia examines the combined impact of decentralisation and diversity on regional equality of service provision and in particular the provision of education. The book begins with an analysis of the system of intergovernmental transfers and goes on to explore the nature and extent of disparities in education spending, paying particular attention to regions where spending has fallen furthest. Learn More
    2000   Hardback Price: $ 127.00   Web: $ 114.30
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  3. The Social Institutions of Capitalism

    The Social Institutions of Capitalism

    Edited by Pursey Heugens, Hans van Oosterhout, Jack Vromen
    Offering a diverse set of contributions to current social contracting research, The Social Institutions of Capitalism illustrates how social contracts necessarily underlie and facilitate all forms of capitalist production and exchange. Learn More
    2004   Hardback Price: $ 127.00   Web: $ 114.30
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  4. Teaching Pluralism in Economics

    Teaching Pluralism in Economics

    Edited by John Groenewegen
    This volume is concerned with the different schools within the discipline of economics (theoretical pluralism) and the relationship of economics to other disciplines, such as sociology, political science and philosophy (interdisciplinarity). It addresses the important implications of pluralism and interdisciplinarity for teaching economics at both undergraduate and graduate level and argues that the economics curriculum should pay equal attention to these new perspectives rather than concentrate on the traditional neoclassical mainstream. Learn More
    2007   Hardback Price: $ 128.00   Web: $ 115.20
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  5. Colonialism and Welfare

    Colonialism and Welfare

    Edited by James Midgley, David Piachaud
    The British Empire covered three centuries, five continents and one-quarter of the world’s population. Its legacy continues, shaping the societies and welfare policies of much of the modern world. In this book, for the first time, this legacy is explored and analysed. Learn More
    2011   Hardback Price: $ 120.00   Web: $ 108.00
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    2012   Paperback Price: $ 46.00   Web: $ 36.80
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  6. Roads to Social Capitalism

    Roads to Social Capitalism

    Peter Flaschel, Sigrid Luchtenberg
    The current crises in the financialization of capitalism, and their repercussions on the financial viability of entire countries, severely question the achievements of mainstream economics and its disregard of Keynes’s theory of effective demand and finance. In view of this, Peter Flaschel and Sigrid Luchtenberg consider roads to a type of capitalism that could eventually be considered as ‘social’ in nature. The authors underpin their study with theory, empirical evidence, and policy from a positive as well as a normative perspective. As points of departure for their concept of social capitalism, the theoretical framework provides a synthesis of the work of Marx, Keynes, and Schumpeter on ruthless capitalism, regulated capitalism, and competitive socialism. Learn More
    2012   Hardback Price: $ 165.00   Web: $ 148.50
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  7. Political Governance of Capitalism

    Political Governance of Capitalism

    Helmut Willke, Gerhard Willke
    This path-breaking book highlights that systemic risks emerge from a globally operating financial industry that is not only disconnected from the real economy but also allowed to hide in ‘shadow banking’ practices. Governance based on national regimes fails to cover ‘finance-led’ global capitalism. The authors argue that the risk of systemic meltdown will reappear unless intelligent governance regimes are installed, combining legally binding rules and civil society pressures to restore the balance between risk-taking and accountability. They illustrate the goal is ‘resilient’ capitalism in which the rules of the game are set by politics and knowledge-based discourse. Learn More
    2012   Hardback Price: $ 120.00   Web: $ 108.00
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  8. Refugees, Regionalism and Responsibility

    Refugees, Regionalism and Responsibility

    Penelope Mathew, Tristan Harley
    Regional cooperation is sometimes seen as the answer to refugee movements. This book examines whether regional arrangements have resulted in protection and durable solutions for refugees and how responsibility for refugees has been shared at the regional level. Posing critical questions about responsibility-sharing and regionalism, the book is a timely contribution on an issue garnering increasing attention as a result of maritime arrivals in the Mediterranean and Southeast Asia. Learn More
    2016   Hardback Price: $ 135.00   Web: $ 121.50
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  9. A New Model of Socialism

    A New Model of Socialism

    Bruno Jossa
    A New Model of Socialism focuses on the current crisis of the political Left, a result of the collapse of the Soviet model of society and the decline of statism and kingship. Bruno Jossa expands on existing theories to explore Marx’s notions on economic democracy in a modern setting. He advocates a move away from the centralised planning form of economic socialism towards a self-management system for firms that does not prioritise the interests of one class over another, in order to achieve greater economic democracy. It is argued that the establishment of such a system of democratic firms is the precondition for reducing intervention in the economy, thus enabling the State to perform its ultimate function of serving the public interest. Learn More
    April 2018   Hardback Price: $ 135.00   Web: $ 121.50
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  10. Rationalism and Anti-Rationalism in the Origins of Economics

    Rationalism and Anti-Rationalism in the Origins of Economics

    William O. Coleman
    This major new study of the philosophical roots of economics examines the impact on eighteenth century economic thought of the rivalry between two opposing philosophical outlooks: rationalism and anti-rationalism. The economic thought of this period, William Coleman argues, was a synthesis of these two outlooks. Learn More
    1995   Hardback Price: $ 150.00   Web: $ 135.00
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  11. THE COMING OF KEYNESIANISM TO AMERICA

    THE COMING OF KEYNESIANISM TO AMERICA

    Edited by David C. Colander, Harry Landreth
    This book is based around a set of interviews with, what might be called, the Keynesian revolutionaries – the individuals most responsible for introducing Keynesian economics to the United States. It includes formal interviews with Richard Musgrave, Abba Lerner, Paul Samuelson, Tibor Scitovsky, Evsey Domar, Robert Bryce, Lorie Tarshis, John Kenneth Galbraith, Paul Sweezy, Walter Salant and Leon Keyserling. These interviews give the reader a sense of what the Keynesian revolution was and how it spread, as well as the hostility these earlier revolutionaries faced, and the similarities and differences in their views. The interviews are introduced by an essay which presents the Keynesian revolution in three parts as theoretical, political and pedagogical, concerned with the development of tools and models to teach macroeconomics. This essay sets the stage for the interviews and relates them to modern macroeconomic debates. The Keynesianization of America is interesting not just to historians of economic thought but also to other economists who want to know about the development of their discipline and to interested lay people and historians who follow the spread of ideas. Learn More
    1996   Hardback Price: $ 145.00   Web: $ 130.50
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    1997   Paperback Price: $ 46.00   Web: $ 36.80
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  12. PROTECTIONISM IN THE WORLD ECONOMY

    PROTECTIONISM IN THE WORLD ECONOMY

    Edited by Forrest H. Capie
    Protectionism has been an enduring feature in the world economy even though economic theory can prove that free trade is a superior regime. Protectionism is, of course, caused primarily by interest groups who lose out under free trade and are able to organize to protect their interests. Learn More
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 330.00   Web: $ 297.00
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  13. Free Trade versus Protectionism

    Free Trade versus Protectionism

    Johannes Overbeek
    With selected readings ranging from the mercantilists of the 16th and 17th centuries to contemporary 20th-century authors, Free Trade versus Protectionism addresses one of the oldest controversies in economic science – the fundamental opposition of these two doctrines. It is the first book ever to trace this debate over more than three centuries. Learn More
    1999   Hardback Price: $ 221.00   Web: $ 198.90
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  14. The Environmentalism of the Poor

    The Environmentalism of the Poor

    Joan Martínez-Alier
    The Environmentalism of the Poor has the explicit intention of helping to establish two emerging fields of study – political ecology and ecological economics – whilst also investigating the relations between them. Learn More
    2002   Hardback Price: $ 151.00   Web: $ 135.90
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    2003   Paperback Price: $ 61.00   Web: $ 48.80
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  15. Regions and Regionalism in Europe

    Regions and Regionalism in Europe

    Edited by Michael Keating
    The last half century has seen the rise across Europe of a new intermediate level of government and politics, usually referred to as a region. However the term ‘region’ means many different things and can be approached from many different angles – geographical, historical, cultural, social, economic and political. Although it is in Europe that regionalism as a multiform phenomenon has developed furthest, the European experience resonates in other parts of the world, where some of these elements also exist. In this volume, Michael Keating has selected some of the most significant previously published articles which provide a comprehensive overview of past and current thinking on this subject. Learn More
    2005   Hardback Price: $ 350.00   Web: $ 315.00
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  16. Regionalism in Global Trade

    Regionalism in Global Trade

    Dilip K. Das
    This comprehensive book addresses one of the most important aspects of international trade, namely, regional trade and regional integration agreements (RIAs). The focus of intense global interest and debate over the last decade, RIAs have become an integral and enduring aspect of the multilateral trading regime. Dilip K. Das analyzes the latest trends, evaluates the pattern and gauges the progress of regional integration in the global economy over the post-war, and especially the contemporary, periods. Learn More
    2004   Hardback Price: $ 135.00   Web: $ 121.50
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  17. Darwinism and Economics

    Darwinism and Economics

    Edited by Geoffrey M. Hodgson
    This volume offers outstanding works of recent scholarship on Darwinism covering three major fields of enquiry:   • How Darwinism affects our conception of human nature and challenges long-standing assumptions such as self-interested behaviour. • Analysis of the nature of socio-cultural evolution, its differences from biological evolution and whether it is Lamarckian. • The possibility of generalizing core Darwinian principles to cover evolving entities in the economic and social world, as well as in biology. Learn More
    2009   Hardback Price: $ 232.00   Web: $ 208.80
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  18. Islamic Capitalism and Finance

    Islamic Capitalism and Finance

    Murat Çizakça
    This illuminating and thought-provoking book questions whether classical Islamic capitalism, which has served Muslims so well for centuries, can provide a viable alternative world economic system. In the current recession – the worst since 1929 – this is surely a provocative question. But if Islamic capitalism is to emerge as a viable alternative, its nature and systems must be well understood. Learn More
    2011   Hardback Price: $ 159.00   Web: $ 143.10
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    2013   Paperback Price: $ 73.00   Web: $ 58.40
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  19. Capitalism as a Moral System

    Capitalism as a Moral System

    Spencer J. Pack
    This powerful and thoroughly documented book overturns many long-held beliefs about Adam Smith. Spencer Pack demonstrates that contrary to popular myth, Adam Smith was not a dogmatic defender of laissez-faire capitalism and neither was he in favour of regressive taxation. The book stresses for the first time the many qualms and problems – indeed the profound ambiguity – which Adam Smith felt toward the capitalist system. Learn More
    2010   Paperback Price: $ 38.00   Web: $ 30.40
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  20. Constitutionalism and Religion

    Constitutionalism and Religion

    Francois Venter
    This topical book examines how the goals of constitutionalism – good and fair government – are addressed at a time when the multi-religious composition of countries’ populations has never before been so pronounced. Learn More
    2015   Hardback Price: $ 125.00   Web: $ 112.50
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