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Guardians of Prosperity: Why America Needs Big Banks

by RichardX. Bove

Since the financial crisis, amid outrage at the likes of Citigroup and JPMorganChase and Washington's rejiggering of the financial system, the banking industry has had one major defender: Richard X. Bove. Now...


Crisis: One Central Bank Governor & the Global Financial Collapse

by Alan Bollard & Sarah Gaitanos

An authoritative insider's perspective, this book penned by the governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand chronicles the global financial and economic meltdown. A well-researched and dynamic firsthand account,...


Understanding the World Economy

by Tony Cleaver

With globalization continuing apace, the world economy continues to experience dramatic change and development. This third edition builds on the popular format of its predecessors to provide the best concise...


Serials Collection Management in Recessionary Times

by Karen G. Lawson

Strategic planning, collaboration, continual stewardship, best practices, and re-engineering can provide librarians with a toolkit of innovative strategies that meets the worst of economic times with bold, persistent...


The Legacy of Ireland's Economic Expansion: Geographies of the Celtic Tiger

by Peadar Kirby & Padraig Carmody

Ireland underwent a dramatic economic and social transformation from the 1990s onwards, earning it the title the "Celtic Tiger". Rapid economic growth was accompanied by substantial in-migration. However in...


The State, Class and the Recession

by Stewart Clegg, Geoff Dow & Paul Boreham

The contributions to this edited collection, first published in 1983, are based on two underlying themes. The first examines the major recession that took hold of the global economy during the 1980s and assesses...


Employability and Local Labour Markets

by Ronald W. McQuaid, Anne E. Green & Mike Danson

The concept of employability has provided a foundation for much current labour market policy. It has also provided a useful framework for analyzing national and urban labour markets and related policies in a...


The Political Economy of Sentiment: Paper Credit and the Scottish Enlightenment in Early Republic Boston, 1780-1820

by Jose R Torre

Situates changes in the nature of money and the rise of sophisticated financial structures at the centre of the Enlightenment. This work argues that paper credit instruments were causal - critical to the larger...


The Future of Local Economic Develo

by Ines Newman

This book looks at the future role of local economic development. Once New Labour came to power in 1997, they sought a third way between the new right agenda of Thatcherism with its attempts to reduce the role...


Globalizing Regional Development in East Asia: Production Networks, Clusters, and Entrepreneurship

by Henry Wai-Chung Yeung

Significant historical and geographical differences account for the many processes and trajectories of regional development in East Asia. These historical and geographical specificities in East Asia have prompted...


Employment, Inequality and Globaliz: A Continuous Concern

by Rolph van der Hoeven

The nature of globalization and the fallout from the international financial crisis have brought profound changes to societies and economies around the world. This book documents that, over the last two decades,...


Globalization in Crisis

by Barry K. Gills

This book analyses the present global financial and economic crisis, the most severe in nearly a century, and a wider set of multiple and converging crises with aspects and repercussions that go well beyond...


Marxism and the Global Financial Crisis

by Hillel Ticktin

The book discusses the nature of Marxist theory of crisis and applies it to the global financial crisis which began in 2007. Is the contemporary crisis simply the usual periodic upturn and downturn or is there...


Retirement Security in the Great Recession

by Christian E. Weller

Few events have posed as many challenges for retirement and retirement policy as the crisis of the late 2000s. At the end of the last decade, the United States experienced the Great Recession-a combination of...


The African-Asian Divide: Analyzing Institutions and Accumulation in Kenya

by Paul Vandenberg

Why have Africans not gained a more dominant position in urban manufacturing in Kenya? This question is explored through an analysis of the institutions, both formal and informal, that have affected patterns...


Market Sense: Toward a New Economics of Markets and Society

by Philip Kozel

This book concentrates upon the historic associations of the marketplace in the work of Aristotle, Adam Smith, Karl Marx, and demonstrates how what markets were imagined to entail for society was critical to...


Women and Austerity: The Economic Crisis and the Future for Gender Equality: The Economic Crisis and the Future for Gender Equality

by Maria Karamessini & Jill Rubery

This volume constitutes the first attempt to identify how the economic crisis and the subsequent austerity policies are affecting women in Europe and the US, tracing the consequences for gender equality in employment...


The Age of Oversupply: Overcoming the Greatest Challenge to the Global Economy

by Daniel Alpert

The invisible hand of capitalism is broken. Economic and political forces are preventing markets from correcting themselves, and we're now living in an unprecedented age of oversupply.

Governments and central...


A Dream Foreclosed: Black America and the Fight for a Place to Call Home

by Laura Gottesdiener & Clarence Lusane

A moving exploration of homeownership, foreclosure, freedom, and the American Dream.


The Next Hundred Million: America in 2050

by Joel Kotkin

A visionary social thinker reveals how the addition of one hundred million Americans by midcentury will transform the way we live, work, and prosper.

In stark contrast to the rest of the world's advanced nations,...