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An Agenda for Economic Reform in Korea: International Perspectives

by Kenneth Judd & Young-Ki Lee

An Agenda for Economic Reform in Korea looks at Korea's economic problems from the perspective of the American experience with economic reforms and sheds new light on the problems of economic reform facing...


The Single Currency and European Citizenship: Unveiling the Other Side of The Coin

by Giovanni Moro

Established in 2002, the Euro is now the currency of 17 countries used by over 335 million people daily. Although the single currency is much discussed in terms of macroeconomics and global finances, policymakers...


President Ronald Reagan's Initial Actions Project

by White House Staff & Arthur B. Laffer

When Ronald Reagan took office, he was facing an economic downturn similar to the one our country is currently experiencing. Key members of Reagan’s staff prepared an Initial Actions Project, which takes every...


Bold Endeavors: How Our Government Built America, and Why It Must Rebuild Now

by Felix Rohatyn

Bold Endeavors is a compelling narrative of ten large and transformative events in American history. It is an absorbing journey through the past as we read about determined national leaders -- Jefferson, Lincoln,...


The Falling Rate of Learning and the Neoliberal Endgame

by David J. Blacker

Our education system is chained to the hold of a sinking capitalist ship. Is there any escape?


Tea Party Catholic: The Catholic Case for Limited Government, a Free Economy, and Human Flourishing

by Samuel Gregg & Michael Novak

Targeting core tenets of the Tea Party movement, including political economy and economic history, Samuel Gregg makes the case for a new breed of conservative—the Tea Party Catholic. Long married to the conventional...


The Whimpering of the State: Policy After Mmp

by Brian Easton

A successor to the widely read The Commercialisation of New Zealand, this book by a leading independent commentator continues the story of the New Zealand reforms, giving a trenchant and critical account of...


What Doomed Detroit

by Kevin D. Williamson

Many cities have struggled with the decline of key industries, from Philadelphia’s shipyards to New York’s textile industry, but Detroit—which is now in bankruptcy—is both a victim of the decline of the...


Political Arithmetic: A Symposium of Population Studies

by Lancelot Hogben

Encompassing the areas of economics, sociology, social biology and genetics, and drawing on studies from the UK and Australia, this volume charts and analyses the factors affecting population growth.

Chapters...


Keynes, Beveridge and Beyond

by Tony Cutler, John Williams & Karel Williams

Presenting a coherent interpretation of the development of economic and social policy in Britain since 1945, this book analyses the political assumptions underlying post-war economic policy. It traces these...


Essays in Economic Management

by Alec Cairncross

The papers in this volume cover the following areas:

* Government and Industry

* The Managed Economy

* Monetary Policy

* Fiscal Policy

* Economic Forecasting and Economic Planning

* Economists in Government


Principles of Public Finance

by Hugh Dalton

'Dalton has succeeded in expressing general economic concepts in simple language' The Economist.

The 1971 edition of this famous textbook includes recent material to the general survey on the theory of taxation,...


Dog Days: Australia After the Boom

by Ross Garnaut

A blueprint for the nation after the boom.

Australians have just lived through a period of exceptional prosperity, but, says influential economist Ross Garnaut, the Dog Days are on their way. Are we ready for...


Vietnam in the Global Economy: The Dynamics of Integration, Decentralization, and Contested Politics

by Thomas Jandl

This book describes in a game-theoretical approach how the development success story Vietnam managed to keep rent seeking in check sufficiently to attract record numbers of foreign investors and exhibit strong...


Power In A Changing World Economy: Lessons from East Asia

by Benjamin J. Cohen & Eric Chiu

This book is about power in a changing world economy. Though power is ubiquitous in the study of International Political Economy, the concept is underdeveloped in formal theoretical terms. This collection of...


China's New Diplomacy: Rationale, Strategies and Significance

by Zhiqun Zhu

This fully revised second edition covers Chinese initiatives in the Middle East, Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and the South Pacific and studies China's current efforts...


Transnational Corruption and Corporations: Regulating Bribery Through Corporate Liability

by Simeon Obidairo

This book examines two particular constraints operating on the regulation of transnational corruption in general and bribery in particular. Firstly, it explores the limits of international cooperation in the...


Understanding Small-Island Developing States: Fragility and External Shocks

by Amelia Santos-Paulino, Mark McGillivray & Wim Naudé

Small island developing states (SIDS) are characterised by high economic, geographical and social vulnerability. These states are perceived as economically vulnerable, exhibiting poor economic performance, and...


The Ecology of Money: Debt, Growth, and Sustainability

by Adrian Kuzminski

Today's eco-crisis has brought us to the limits of economic growth, which historically has been powered by usurious interest rates. A non-usurious financial system is proposed as the key to a future steady-state...


Awakening Giants, Feet of Clay: Assessing the Economic Rise of China and India

by Pranab Bardhan

The recent economic rise of China and India has attracted a great deal of attention--and justifiably so. Together, the two countries account for one-fifth of the global economy and are projected to represent...