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Obliging Need: Rural Petty Industry in Mexican Capitalism

by Scott Cook & Leigh Binford

For centuries throughout large portions of the globe, petty agriculturalists and industrialists have set their physical and mental energies to work producing products for direct consumption by their households...


Wool to Weta: Transforming New Zealand's Culture and Economy

by Paul Callaghan

New Zealand has built its economy around natural resources – exporting wool, wood, meat and dairy and importing tourists. But can that economy sustain us in the twenty-first century? From the second most prosperous...


The Commercialisation of New Zealand

by B. H. Easton

This text examines the origins, theory, history and politics of the dramatic change in economic policy in New Zealand, from Robert Muldoon's interventionalism to Roger Douglas's commercialization. It is illustrated...


Get Off the Grass: Kickstarting New Zealand's Innovation Economy

by Shaun Hendy & Paul Callaghan

In a brilliant intellectual adventure that ranges from David Ricardo and Adam Smith to economic geography and the science of complex networks, Shaun Hendy and Paul Callaghan explore how New Zealanders can learn...


Anatomy of a Business Plan: The Step-by-Step Guide to Building a Business and Securing Your Company's Future

by Linda Pinson

Used by more than 1.5 million business owners since its original publication, the new edition of this classic how-to guide provides any entrepreneur the tools to create a well-constructed business plan. All...


Institutional Change and the Development of Industrial Clusters in China: Case Studies from the Textile and Clothing Industry

by Jinmin Wang

The book mainly uses the New Institutional Economics Approach (NIE) to examine the formation and development of industrial clusters in China through multiple case studies of textile and clothing clusters in...


Stop Walking in Circles

by Les Taylor

Walking in Circles is the perfect metaphor for what happens to an individual or an organization that does not have a plan for getting them from where they are now to where they want to be. A five-year study...


Economic Equality and Fertility in Developing Countries

by Robert Repetto

This book briefly reviews sociological, economic, and demographic literature pertaining to the relationship between income and fertility in developed and developing countries. He presents a conceptual framework...


Scarcity and Growth Reconsidered

by V. Kerry Smith

Current views on resource availability are examined, along with the original Barnett-Morse thesis of resource supply. Originally published in 1979


Scarcity and Growth: The Economics of Natural Resource Availability

by Harold J. Barnett & Chandler Morse

In this classic study, the authors assess the importance of technological change and resource substitution in support of their conclusion that resource scarcity did not increase in the Unites States during the...


Compete Smarter, Not Harder: A Process for Developing the Right Priorities Through Strategic Thinking

by William Putsis

How to compete in the right space for greater profitability and growth

The Internet, mobile technology, the ubiquity of information and the availability of big data have dramatically increased the speed and impact...


Shared Value Debate (The)

by Maurizio Zollo & Stefania Mele

The Shared Value Debate. Academic Visions on Corporate Sustainabilityis the first issue of the Enel Foundation series ŇAcademic VisionsÓ. Sixteen scholars, belonging to universities and research centres located...


Ten Crises

by Peter Montiel

Financial crises are dramatic events. When they emerge, they tend to dominate the attention of the press and become the focus of policymakers. In one form or another, they have affected the lives of millions...


Valuing Natural Assets: The Economics of Natural Resource Damage Assessment

by Raymond J. Kopp & V. Kerry Smith

Assessing natural resource damages often requires the use of nonmarket valuation techniques that were developed for use in benefit-cost analyses. Natural resource damage assessment dramatically changes the context...


RACE FOR SUSTAINABILITY: ENERGY, ECONOMY, ENVIRONMENT AND ETHICS: Energy, Economy, Environment and Ethics

by Ken Hickson

“Even with the latest and best vehicles, machinery, technology and buildings, if we continue to use resources irresponsibly — if we continue to waste food, water and energy — we are not even in the race.”...


THE CHINA DREAM AND THE CHINA PATH

by Tianyong Zhou

Since its reform and opening up, China has experienced unprecedented social and economic development. It is important to understand the biggest and fastest growing economy's policy and strategy. As a key director...


The Essential Hirschman

by Albert O. Hirschman, Jeremy Adelman & Emma Rothschild

The Essential Hirschman brings together some of the finest essays in the social sciences, written by one of the twentieth century's most influential and provocative thinkers. Albert O. Hirschman was a master...


ECONOMIC GROWTH AND INCOME DISPARITY IN BRIC: THEORY AND EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE: Theory and Empirical Evidence

by Monica Das & Sandwip Kumar Das

The recent interest in the development processes of BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China) has been triggered by their high growth performance, but their political and social backgrounds are entirely...


The Power of Just Doing Stuff: How Local Action Can Change the World

by Rob Hopkins

Packed with real-life examples and the voices of people who have created innovative local businesses and invested in all manner of new enterprises, this call for local action argues that the seed of a new economy—and...


Theatre for Women S Participation in Sustainable Development

by Beth Osnes

Though development researchers have proven that the participation of women is necessary for effective sustainable development, development practitioners still largely lack culturally appropriate, gender-sensitive...