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Recent General Interest Articles

  1. JSPE

    The Japan Society of Political Economy Book Prize

    The Japan Society of Political Economy (JSPE) is happy to announce the creation of the JSPE-Routledge Book Prize. The JSPE is an interdisciplinary association devoted to the study, development, and application of political economy to social problems. 

  2. Corporate Governance Research Available on Your Kindle

    Routledge Economics and Law happily present Corporate Governance Resarch titles that are available to view on your Kindle!

  3. Jeffrey Sommers on The Keiser Report

    Take a look at our author Jeffrey Sommers on The ‎Keiser Report‬, where he discusses his book The Contradictions of Austerity!

  4. Stuart Shapiro

    Stuart Shapiro on Politics and Regulatory Reform

    Take a look at an exclusive interview with Stuart Shapiro, one of the authors of The Politics of Regulatory Reform.

  5. Steven Pressman on the Investment needed to boost economy

    Take a look the views on the investment needed to boost the economy from Steven Pressman, author of Fifty Major Economists.

  6. Presenting the 2014 Economics Catalog

    We, at Routledge, would like to thank you for your support throughout 2013, and invite you to view our latest titles in the 2014 Economics Catalog. Find our Economics titles all in one location here!

  7. Peter Montiel Writes on the Fiscal Policy of Latin America

    Peter Montiel, author of Ten Crises, and Eduardo Fernández-Arias write on the Great Recession, ‘rainy day’ funds, and countercyclical fiscal policy in Latin America. Find more about Ten Crises here!

  8. Celebrate 25 Years with Review of Political Economy

    After 25 years of the journal, Review of Political Economy, Routledge is happy to offer free access to certain articles. Click here to explore!

  9. Ricardo Crespo

    Re-Assessing Aristotle’s Economic Thought With Ricardo F. Crespo

    Ricardo F. Crespo, author of A Re-Assessment of Aristotle's Economic Thought delves deeply into his text and his thought behind it. Continue reading to gain greater insight into the connection between Aristotle and contemporary economics.

  10. Environmental Economics and Natural Resource Management: 4th Edition

    20% off Routledge Explorations in Environmental Economics for a Limited Time Only

    Ever since Routledge Explorations in Environmental Economics was established in 2001, it has led its field in research. Besides its focus of environmental economics, it also highlights natural resources, ecological economics, environmental studies, and environmental science. It explores issues including energy, permit trading, valuation, taxation, and climate change. Nick Hanley, of the University of Stirling, edits this series.

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