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The Inequality Paradox: How Capitalism Can Work for Everyone
Douglas McWilliams
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The groundbreaking and timely challenge to dominant theories on global inequality by leading economist Douglas McWilliams


Tax Justice: Putting Global Inequality on the Agenda
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Argues that global wealth inequalities need to be addressed to achieve lasting social and economic development in all countries.


The Fair Trade Revolution
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A lively survey of Fair Trade and the challenges facing it, written by some of the leading lights in the Fair Trade movement.


The Implosion of Capitalism
Samir Amin
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Comprehensive survey of the world capitalist system in crisis - from the Eurozone, to the BRIC nations and the Arab Spring.


Macroeconomics: A Critical Companion
Ben Fine, Ourania Dimakou
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A scholarly elaboration of the origins and the methods of macroeconomics


Man vs Money: Everyday economics explained
Stewart Cowley
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Man vs Money explains the complexities of the economics of modern life and shows understanding a little more economics can improve your life.


The Profit Doctrine: Economists of the Neoliberal Era
Robert Chernomas, Ian Hudson
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A comprehensive account of the role of professional economists in the economic, social and environmental crises of the early 21st century


Why You Won't Get Rich: How Capitalism Broke its Contract with Hard Work
Robert Verkaik
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Stories of economic shame in Britain and a hopeful way forward for capitalism


Commoning with George Caffentzis and Silvia Federici
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A passionate collection rediscovering the work of two giants of autonomist Marxism and feminism.


Good Money: Understand your choices. Boost your financial wellbeing.: 20 thought-provoking lessons
Nathalie Spencer
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Using a unique, visual approach, Nathalie Spencer uncovers the science behind how we think about, use and manage money to guide you to a wiser and more enjoyable relationship with your finances.


Theory of the Consumption Function
Milton Friedman
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This thought-provoking and influential book by a distinguished economist examines whether consumption behavior can be defined in a way that's supported by empirical evidence and useful for research and planning.


The Social Economy: International Perspectives on Economic Solidarity
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Featuring case studies from Australasia, Europe, North America and Latin America, this book outlines the different ways that the social economy takes place according to locally specific factors.


Economics: A Crash Course: Become An Instant Expert
David Boyle, Andrew Simms
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Not long ago, economic theories were generally based on a narrow set of principles. Then the continuing boom-bust cycle combined with the failure of the best economic minds to ensure that prosperity spreads down through the economy has left a series of very obvious question marks.


Extreme Economies: Survival, Failure, Future - Lessons from the World's Limits
Richard Davies
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*Winner of the Enlightened Economist Prize 2019* *Winner of Debut Writer of the Year at the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards 2020* *Longlisted for the Financial Times & McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award 2019*'Extreme Economies is a revelation - and a must-read.' Andy Haldane, Chief Economist ...


Trillion Dollar Baby: How Norway Beat the Oil Giants and Won a Lasting Fortune
Paul Cleary
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An fascinating account of how Norway reinvested its oil revenue to ensure for the benefit of future generations.


Economyths: How the Science of Complex Systems is Transforming Economic Thought
David Orrell
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From the inability of wealth to make us happier, to our catastrophic blindness to the credit crunch, this book reveals ten ways in which economics has failed us. It explains how the economy is the result of complex and unpredictable processes; how risk models go astray; and, why the economy is not rational or fair.


Reproductive Agency, Medicine and the State: Cultural Transformations in Childbearing
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Considering the relationship between reproductive processes and attitudes, medical technologies and state health policies in diverse cultural contexts, this text discusses the relationship between local and global ideas, practices and policies on reproduction and health across the developing and post industrial worlds.


Restoring Confidence in the Financial System: See-Through-Leverage: A Powerful New Tool for Revealing and Managing Risk
Richard Bassett, Sean Tully
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Explains the intricacies of the regulatory framework of Basel I and Basel II, the two landmark events in banking regulation which inadvertently laid the foundation for the economic crisis.


Central Banks in the Age of the Euro: Europeanization, Convergence, and Power
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The age of the euro has cast central banks in a newly prominent role in European integration and in macro-economic policy making in Europe. This book examines the effects of the euro as the new European single currency on the central banks of the member states of the European Union.


Ireland's Economic Success: reasons and lessons (International edition)
Paul Sweeney, Frances Cairncross, Daragh McDowell
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Focuses on the reasons why Ireland was successful economically and also examines in the lessons to be learned from this success.

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