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  1. Drugs in Sport: Is doping an ethical and media issue that is causing a moral panic?

    Free Webinar: Thursday 4th June 2015 Midday (BST)

    Listen to some of the key authors in the field discussing this controversial issue.

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  2. NEW: Routledge Featured Authors Page

    Have you seen our new Featured Authors Page?... Read more... 

  3. Less than Nothing - How are negative interest rates possible? By James Nolt

    This article is all about how bonds with negative interest rates can exist in our economy.  This is the equivalent of paying someone to take your money.  James Nolt examines the global "savings glut", the Chinese realestate and export market, and more!

    Notl's blog, Polarizing Political Economy, is hosted by WorldPolicy.org.  

  4. Anne Ribbers interview about the dynamics of E-Coaching

    In a rapidly moving world where so many of our day-to-day activities are now online, it has become essential to adapt coaching processes in order to better suit clients’ circumstances and needs. Above all, clients want sustainable and time-efficient results. Electronic coaching (e-coaching) is an inevitable development for every professional who coaches, mentors, teaches, supervises, guides or helps people in their jobs.
    Wach Anne Ribbers explain how eCoaching fits into such a busy world.

  5. Cargomobilities - Watch the new video

    The recently published Cargomobilities now has an exciting YouTube video to accompany it. Discover the hidden world of cargo routes and the implications of global transportation by watching the short animation today.

    Click here to carry on reading >>> 

  6. NEW: Routledge Featured Authors Page

    Have you seen our new Featured Authors Page?... Read more...

  7. New in Paperback—Browse the Catalog

    Routledge Mental Health and Psychology Press is pleased to offer new, affordable paperback versions of key classic texts.
     

  8. The Japan Society of Political Economy - Routledge Book Prize

    The JSPE and Routledge are happy to announce the creation of the JSPE - Routledge Book Prize. The Prize is open to its member and non-member colleagues all over the world. The JSPE wishes to play a more active role in promoting political economy and heterodox economics internationally. The prize encourages members of the JSPE to publish their work in English and to challenge the growing dominance of orthodox neo-liberal economics among economists and policy-makers. It also promotes studies in heterodox economics all over the world. We hope this prize in political economy will become equivalent to other great international economic prizes, such as the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, which are given only to mainstream economists. 

  9. Stories of True Crime in Tudor and Stuart England

    Edited by Ken MacMillan 

    "Ken MacMillan’s Stories of True Crime is both a treasury of early modern true crime stories and a valuable resource for instructors and students of early modern legal, social and cultural history. The author has painstakingly selected, edited, transcribed and annotated a broad range of early modern criminal accounts: some indeed sensational and bloody, others more prosaic, but all of them compelling and instructive, shedding light on both the legal and larger social and cultural contexts of crime and punishment in late Elizabethan and Stuart England." -Andrea McKenzie, University of Victoria, Canada 

    Click here to read more. 

  10. New Research Series Coming Soon

    Routledge Law are delighted to announce plans for new research series, Law & Politics: Continental Perspectives. Read to find out more of what the series will be about and submit your book proposal. 

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