One hundred years after his birth, J. K. Galbraith’s The Great Crash 1929 is again on the bestseller lists. And in the current financial and economic tumult, familiar Galbraithian concerns—such as the power and dominance of overweening corporations, national and global poverty, and the careless...
Published August 21st 2012 by Routledge
This reissue was first published in 1982. It deals specifically with the ‘Asiatic mode of production’ described by Karl Marx in his basic evolutionary model for human society. The term defines a special form of society marked by state ownership of the means of production and extensive...
Published March 2nd 2012 by Unknown
Essays in Exploration
This important new book introduces, analyzes and takes forward a post-Keynesian theory of the firm. It makes a vital contribution to the conceptualisation of uncertainty that is consistent with the methodological presuppositions of Post Keynesian economics. The author attempts to make a positive...
Published April 15th 2010 by Routledge
This new book provides a scholarly, yet practical approach to the challenges found in teaching introductory psychology. Best Practices for Teaching Introduction to Psychology addresses: • developing the course and assessing student performance• selecting which topics to cover and in how much depth•...
Published June 17th 2005 by Psychology Press
From Protein Sequence to Function
Following the announcement of the draft sequence of the human genome and the completion of many others, attention is now increasingly turning to the analysis of the proteins encoded by genomes - proteomics. This is a rapidly emerging research area and this book reviews recent developments in...
Published June 15th 2000 by Garland Science