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  1. Our catalog of titles form recently acquired M.E. Sharpe

    Click here for more a full listing of blockbuster titles in Business, Economics, History, and more!

  2. Professor John Komlos

    Author Spotlight: John Komlos

    John Komlos is a distinguished professor of Economics, author of numerous books, and founder of the field of "Economics and Human Biology". With research focusing on the real world implications of socioeconomic outcomes, he offers a point of view that is simultaneously pragmatic and theoretically sound. His new book: What Every Economics Student Needs to Know And Doesn't Get in the Usual Principles Text is an ideal text for courses aiming to provide a thorough foundation of economic theory while staying grounded in the real-world implications of the principles. 

  3. Where to find seminars on Marx’s critique of the political economy?

    Lucia Pradella is launching her highly sought after work, "Globalisation and the Critique of the Political Economy" at several prestigious instituions in the upcoming weeks.

  4. game theory

    No-nonsense Game Theory

    What is game theory and how does it relate to the current economic dilemma facing Greece?

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    Yanis Varoufakis: Outspoken Greek Minister of Finance and Routledge author

    With Greece perched precariously on the precipice of bankruptcy, assuming the role of Greek Minister of Finance is no easy task for author Yanis Varoufakis.

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    Podemos’ economic policy signals a new model of prosperity but it could - and should - go further

    "Without growth and with work increasingly computerised and automated, workers become redundant. Correctly, the document proposes a 35-hour working week: in an economy that does not grow, more jobs can be created if each of us works less. The support of caring and education is also right: these “less productive” activities are employment-intensive while providing higher social value."

    The full article by Giorgios Kallis can be found here.


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    Degrowth - Explained in The Guardian

    The philosophy of Degrowth lays out a strategy to curb growing income inequality and develop a sustainable standard of living for all.  With ideas like "Replacing economic growth with a holistic idea of wellbeing," and "Prioritizing sufficiency and resilience," this economic outlook can help remedy the damage we are doing to our natural ecosystems and improve the quality of life of people around the globe.  This article in The Guardian eloquents outlines the key points in the Degrowth school of thought.  This prized text can be put to great use in the classroom and in research.  

    The article by Cristiane Kliemann can be found here.


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    Esteemed author Steven Pressman breaks down the true meaning of unemployment statistics

     "One reason for the drop in the U.S. unemployment rate over the past few years is that many people gave up looking for work because they felt that there was no chance they would be able to get a job," said Pressman. "This is typical during any recession. When the labor market and the economy improve, and when people think they have a good chance of getting a job, they re-enter the labor market."

    Pressman gives a sobering account of what the unemployment numbers really mean.

    The article can be found here.

  9. Discover Routledge’s Choice Outstanding Academic Titles for 2014!

    Routledge had more than 275 titles recommended by Choice magazine in 2014, and we are honored that 32 of these have been selected as Choice Outstanding Academic Titles 2014! To celebrate, we've collected all our Choice Outstanding Academic Titles selections from 2014, 2013, and 2012 in one online catalog for you to browse and share with colleagues and your institutional librarian

  10. 50 Major Economists

    Steven Pressman, author of “Fifty Major Economists”

     Author Steve Pressman writes about the dangers of interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve. 

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