With the ever-increasing clamour for graduating students to be "job ready", there has been a drift towards an emphasis on the vocational aspects of higher education and the original aims and intentions of liberal learning are in danger of being forgotten. At its core, a liberal education is...
To Be Published September 29th 2014 by Routledge
Social Learning in a post-disaster environment
In August 2005 the nation watched as Hurricane Katrina pummelled the Gulf Coast. Residents did not just suffer the personal costs of a home that had been severely damaged or destroyed; frequently they also lost their entire neighbourhood and the social systems that under normal circumstances made...
Published November 10th 2013 by Routledge
The Development, Representation and Morality of Business
What is the animating 'spirit' behind what may appear to be the coldly calculating world of markets and business enterprise? Though often mathematically modelled in dry terms, markets can be looked at instead as meaningful domains of human activity. To economists, markets have been seen as nothing...
Published February 27th 2001 by Routledge
Urban Female Entrepreneurship in Ghana
Chalmlee-Wright argues that international aid programmes have often been unsuccessful because they are imported. The economics of the Austrian School provide a far stronger theoretical framework which can introduce cultural analysis into questions of economic development and other market processes....
Published October 8th 1997 by Routledge