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  • ROUTLEDGE HANDBOOK ON BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT IN THE MIDDLE EAST
    This Handbook provides thorough insights into crucial topics that have attracted scholarly and practitioner interest in business and management in the Middle Eastern region. The chapters of this Handbook open the window on the key areas of discussion in the field over the past few decades, including organizational behavior, leadership, business culture, business ethics, human r...

    $1,179.00

  • MICROECONOMIC THEORY
    PANKAJ TANDON
    This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the theoretical tools, real-world applications, policy implications and corner solutions of microeconomics. It offers a discussion of all significant topics including applications and extension of consumer theory, theory of the firm, production, cost and supply, partial and general equilibrium, welfare economics, uncertainty and in...

    $1,039.00

  • ADVANCED MICROECONOMICS
    BIBHAS SAHA
    Advanced Microeconomics presents microeconomic problems in an intuitive way. Using lucid narratives to build on students’ initial understanding of economics and economic reality, equations and diagrams are incorporated to provide accessibility to students with a basic level of calculus to reach precise quantitative answers. It covers the standard areas of microeconomics such as...

    $1,659.00

  • MACROECONOMICS AFTER THE GENERAL THEORY
    ANGEL ASENSIO
    Both Keynes’s General Theory and orthodox economics seek to understand how competitive markets work, but they diverge sharply with respect to the nature and properties of the competitive equilibrium. The reason, as Keynes himself pointed out, is that the General Theory recognises that the future consequences of current decisions are fundamentally uncertain which, contra the ort...

    $1,099.00

  • IDENTITY ECONOMICS
    MERAL UZUNÖZ ALTAN
    Critics contend that identity economics overemphasizes social identities as drivers of economic activity, potentially obscuring other elements including personal preferences, incentives, and market pressures. Identity-related notions are challenging to measure and quantify meaningfully and rigorously, which is one of the most common criticisms. Identity economics has long been ...

    $1,099.00

  • SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION AND THE GLOBAL ECONOMY
    RONALDO MUNCK
    The overall context of this book is set by the decline of the globalization paradigm’s ability to grasp the complexity and uncertainty of the current era. It takes a new approach based on the frame of "transformation" viewed as a catalyst to understand the complex interconnected nature of the world around us from a concrete, grounded perspective. Labour or work is still what ma...

    $1,099.00

  • RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
    Responsible and sustainable business practices are becoming increasingly important in the information age, as companies are realizing the need to address ethical and social issues associated with their operations. In today’s interconnected world, businesses have access to vast amounts of data that can be used to improve their bottom line but can also pose significant risks to i...

    $1,099.00

  • BANKING REFORMS IN AFRICA
    AGNES OLATOKUNBO MARTINS
    This book comprehensively explores the intricate relationship between banking reforms, economic well-being, and poverty reduction across the African continent. Delving into the historical roots of banking reforms, it examines the resilience of banking sectors in key African countries like South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, MENA, and beyond. The findings suggest that much attention s...

    $1,099.00

  • GRASSROOTS INNOVATION
    HEMANT KUMAR / GAUTAM SHARMA
    This book explores the process of grassroots innovation in the context of the Global South. It explains why these bottom-up solutions developed by common people are generated due to a lack of available or affordable technology to meet their needs and how they are included in the mainstream imagination of the economy by studying these innovations in India. It analyses the grassr...

    $1,099.00

  • CHINA'S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    LEE PEI MAY
    Through a rigorous examination of “China’s rise”, Lee addresses an important question—Did China catch up? Or more specifically, can growth be automatically translated to catching up with the advanced industrialised countries or has it only allowed limited progress (if any) to be made? To answer these queries and the broader question of the possibility of the Global South conver...

    $1,099.00

  • PUBLIC POLICY IN TRANSITION ECONOMIES
    MACIEJ J. GRODZICKI / ANNA ZACHOROWSKA-MAZURKIEWICZ
    Public policies are usually carefully designed to address a particular problem, but they are also shaped and influenced by the sociocultural heritage of a particular country. This volume explores the origins of economic and other public policies in Central and Eastern Europe. This region makes for a particularly interesting case because after going through a major system change...

    $1,099.00

  • CAPITALISM AND ECONOMIC CRIME IN AFRICA
    JÖRG WIEGRATZ
    This book offers a comprehensive analysis of economic crimes and market ‘irregularities’, including matters of trickery, parallel economy, illicit trade, economies of violence and criminalisation of the poor in neoliberal Africa. It investigates economic crime as a phenomenon of neoliberal reform and transformation, and it unpacks crime as a societal – and particularly as a pol...

    $1,099.00

  • FEMINISM, DIVERSITY AND HRD
    BEVERLY DAWN METCALFE / YASMEEN MAKAREM
    Feminism, Diversity and HRD aims to enhance critical understandings of feminism, diversity and HRD theorization and practice in the global political economy. This involves addressing race, class and intersectional approaches to evaluating inequalities in society/organizations. The book will bring together cutting-edge analysis to offer a critical interdisciplinary overview of t...

    $1,099.00

  • THE INDIAN ECONOMY @ 75
    BISWAJIT CHATTERJEE
    This book focuses on the economic challenges India has been facing since its independence in 1947. It traces the country’s journey of economic transition and critically analyzes themes such as the political economy of development, agriculture, macroeconomy, industry and labor, money and finance, trade liberalization, gender, welfare, energy, and the environment. The volume also...

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  • CONVERGENCE AND DEVELOPMENTAL ASPECTS OF CREDIT ALLOCATIONS IN BRICS NATIONS
    This book explores the levels of cooperation and the phenomenon of convergence among BRICS nations. It provides an in-depth look into the financial and banking systems among these rapidly developing economies and the steps they have taken to foster development and counter inequalities. Of the many factors in determining the income and wealth of a country as well as a group of c...

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  • THE DEVELOPMENT OF EUROPEAN COMPETITION POLICY
    BRIAN SHAEV
    This book considers a central issue of our time: the relationship between the macroeconomic objectives of political parties in democratic countries and the legal framework of market economies. The impressive panel of contributors examines social-democratic policies on cartels, market concentration and competition in different European countries, spanning a hundred-year period (...

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  • WEB3 IN FINANCIAL SERVICES
    RITA MARTINS
    In an unprecedented time of disruption, Web3 in Financial Services cuts through the noise to ensure financial service professionals are equipped with the knowledge needed to benefit from Web3. Web3 in Financial Services explains what Web3 means for finance, outlining its key use cases and exploring the unique business opportunities and challenges it presents. It clarifies key d...

    $879.00

  • RETHINKING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
    SECK TAN
    This book demonstrates falsified economic performance of global economies when the environment is not recognised as a capital, and when the ecosystem is overlooked towards sustainable development. Seck begins with an analysis of standard macroeconomic framework and policy practice. He argues, with reference to environmental accounting literature, that environmental capital must...

    $1,099.00

  • UNEQUAL DEVELOPMENT AND CAPITALISM
    ADALMIR ANTONIO MARQUETTI / ALESSANDRO MIEBACH / HENRIQUE MORRONE
    Unequal development has been a defining characteristic of capitalism. Throughout history, countries and regions have exhibited differences in labor productivity growth – a key determinant in poverty reduction and development – and although some nations may catch up with the productivity levels or well-being of developed economies at times, others fall behind. This book explores...

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  • WORKERS, POWER AND SOCIETY
    The book addresses how power and power resources remain important analytically as well as empirically dimensions for analysing contemporary capitalism. It provides a theoretical framework for studying, understanding, and explaining changes in the world of work and how that leads to changes in contemporary capitalist societies. Changes in the world of work are closely related to...

    $1,099.00

  • UNLEASHING THE POWER OF EUROPEAN INNOVATION
    FRED BAKKER
    The world is at a critical juncture where our industrial and economic principles have to be reshaped. Three major transitions are underway: towards the use of alternative energy sources, towards carbon-neutral and sustainable production, and towards digitalised manufacture and distribution. This book explores the ways in which these transitions are taking place in Europe. No si...

    $899.00

  • INCOME REDISTRIBUTION, INEQUALITY AND DEMOCRACY
    HWAN JOO SEO / SUNG JIN KANG
    This book examines why democracy has failed to deliver effective solutions to income inequality problems over the last four decades, and if democracy can offer solutions to various increases in inequality in the future. It also addresses what elements are necessary for democracy to serve as an effective alternative for addressing inequality issues. Historical experiences over t...

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  • ECONOMIC GROWTH AND LONG CYCLES
    NIKOLAOS CHATZARAKIS / PERSEFONI TSALIKI / LEFTERIS TSOULFIDIS
    Contemporary capitalism is characterized by periods of vigorous economic growth and periods of slow or even negative growth. This book draws on the classical political economy approach to consider both economic cycles and economic growth and draw conclusions about the inherent instability of the modern economy. The book shows that the work of the old classical economists (Smith...

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  • CONTEMPORARY ECONOMICS
    ROBERT CARBAUGH
    The ninth edition of Contemporary Economics continues to offer a clear, concise presentation of basic micro- and macroeconomic theory. Emphasizing how the discipline of economics connects to the world, the book takes a friendly and accessible tone, illustrating theory with applications. This new edition comes with updated applications and data to reflect the changing world even...

    $1,499.00

  • WHY YOU SHOULD GIVE A DAMN ABOUT ECONOMICS
    LESLIE A. RUBIN
    A no-nonsense guide to America’s debt crisis, why it matters to everyone, and what we can do to fix it. America is facing a fiscal crisis. The accumulating national debt now reaches into the tens of trillions—and shows no end in sight. Meanwhile, our leaders in Washington have done little to mitigate this threat. In Why You Should Give a Damn About Economics, business executive...

    $251.00

  • READING JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES
    ANDRÉS SOLIMANO
    This book focuses on understanding the thinking of one of the greatest economists of the 20th century, John Maynard Keynes (JMK), stressing the evolution of his thinking from adherence to the classic Quantity Theory of Money to the development of his own novel theories of unemployment, stagnation and instability in modern capitalism and the need to have active policies to comba...

    $539.00

  • NAVIGATING INSURTECH
    JANTHANA KAENPRAKHAMROY
    Navigating Insurtech demystifies the insurtech ecosystem, providing readers with a comprehensive understanding of the industry and its key players, components, challenges and opportunities. The insurtech landscape is highly complex and constantly evolving, making it difficult to fully understand its opportunities and challenges. Yet insurance companies that fail to evolve and g...

    $799.00

  • THE ECONOMICS OF INEQUALITY
    ROBERT S. RYCROFT
    If there was any question before, there is no longer a question today: inequality, discrimination, poverty, and mobility are prominent national issues. The notion of "The American Dream" has been sold to generations of young Americans as the idea that working hard and following your dreams will allow you to break through any barriers in your path and inevitably lead to success....

    $1,559.00

  • NEW UZBEKISTAN
    BAKHROM MIRKASIMOV
    This book reviews and analyses the comprehensive socioeconomic reforms undertaken in Uzbekistan since 2016 by the government led by President Shavkat Mirziyoyev. The volume takes the reader through the different sectors of the economy and the effects of reforms on the country’s citizens. The various developments are detailed, examining the gains and the gaps in terms of policy ...

    $1,099.00

  • OPEN BANKING
    FRANCESCO DE PASCALIS / ALAN BRENER
    Open banking ends the proprietary control of customer information by banks and allows customers to share their banking financial data with third parties as a matter of right. It can also permit customers to allow others to remove funds directly from their bank accounts in return for goods and services. All of this is done securely with standardised ‘application programming inte...

    $1,099.00