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Recent Textbooks Articles

  1. Global Economic Issues and Policies: 3rd Edition

    New Titles from April, May, and June

    Take a look at our soon to be released textbooks!

  2. Concerning Modern Political Economics

    Read here for an in depth interview with Yanis Varoufakis, author of Modern Political Economics, trying to make sense of the post-2008 world.

  3. Barbara McPake

    About Health Economics An International Perspective, 3rd Edition

    As a part of The Economics of Healthcare, Barbara McPake takes us for a closer look at her textbook Health Economics: An International Perspective, 3rd Edition.

  4. The Process of Economic Development

    Upcoming Textbooks from Routledge Economics

    Take a look at our soon-to-be published textbooks from January through March!

  5. Spotlight on Jeffrey H. Dorfman

    The Agricultural and Applied Economics Association highlights the celebrated career of Jeffrey H. Dorfman, author of Economics and Management of the Food Industry. Take a look here!

  6. Carin Martiin, Photo by Jakob Martiin

    The World of Agricultural Economics

    Carin Martiin, author of The World of Agricultural Economics, speaks about the current problems in the agriculture industry and how her book will tackle those issues. She also delves into her own personal inspiration behind writing the book and the benefits of reading her text.

  7. Times Higher Education Textbook Titles

    We're pleased to offer you 20% off our Business, Management and Economics textbooks, highlighted in the Times Higher Education Text Book Guide, 2013. Read on to claim your discount...

  8. When Clever People do Silly Things with Money

    Many years in investment banking taught McGill University Professor Gregory Vit that risky decisions ‘happened’ far more frequently than they were thoughtfully ‘made’.

    We asked Professor Vit about this and his new book 'The Risk in Risk Management' in which he addresses risk management in financial organizations. Click through to read the interview here.

    For more information on this title, please go to: http://www.routledge.com/u/RRM

  9. Sustainable Development

    Has sustainable development run its course? What should we do about it? Read what Peter Bartlemus, author of Sustainability Economics, has to say about it.

  10. Dr. Deming & Henry Neave

    Henry Neave talks ‘Statistic Tables’ and how he knew there was a market for them

    Author Henry Neave (see right of photo) gives us an insight into how he came about producing his Statistics Tables titles: Statistics Tables & Elementary Statistics Tables and how these books became of interest to a Market that some doubted even existed.

    Despite the negativity Henry received from colleagues, the books proved to be very successful, which in turn made Henry Neave one of our leading academic authors.

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