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  1. Routledge at ASSA

    Routledge Economics will be at the 2015 Allied Social Science Association Conference in Boston, Massachusetts from January 3-5, 2015. Stop by booth 313 and 315 to check out our full list of titles!

  2. Depolarizing Food and Agriculture: An Economic Approach

    By Andrew Barkley and Paul W. Barkley

    Many issues in food and agriculture are portrayed as increasingly polarized. These include industrial vs. sustainable agriculture, conventional vs. organic production methods, and global vs. local food sourcing, to name only three. This book addresses the origins, validity, consequences, and potential resolution of these and other divergences.  Read more...
     

  3. Note from Carin Martiin, author of The World of Agricultural Economics: An Introduction

    Among my intentions with this book is an ambition to explain agriculture and farming: what it is, how it is managed in practice in large and small-scale farming in different parts of the world, and its global context in feeding the world.

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  4. Note from Ahmed Hussen, author of Principles of Environmental Economics and Sustainability

    This new edition of the textbook is motivated by the same objective as the two editions before it. It is written to present the economic and ecological principles essential for a clear understanding of complex contemporary environmental issues and policy considerations. However, the third edition introduces several additional features, including four new chapters. These new chapters cover the following topics: the science, economics, and public policy debate of global climate change; biodiversity conservation; alternative monetary and physical indicators of sustainability; and the business cases for sustainability. In addition, a study-guide is now available to be used as a companion of the 3rd edition. The study-guide is designed in a ‘review and discussion questions’ format and the questions are organized in a systematic manner so that they can effectively pinpoint to the students the key conceptual, theoretical and practical lessons addressed in each chapter of the book.
     

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  5. Beyond GDP with Peter Bartelmus

    Peter Bartelmus, author of Sustainable Economics, discusses if the cornerstone of post-world-war recovery can cope with the complexities of today’s world.

  6. Nicole Simpson

    Nicole Simpson on the Upcoming “The Economics of Immigration”

    Get an inside look of Cynthia Bansak, Nicole Simpson, and Madeline Zavodny's upcoming textbook The Economics of Immigration as a part of The Economics of Migration and Race

  7. Managing Airports 4th Edition

    An international perspective
    By Anne Graham

    Updated to reflect the many important developments airport management this fourth edition presents a comprehensive and cutting-edge insight into today's international airport industry. Click here to read more.

  8. Global Economic Issues and Policies: 3rd Edition

    New Titles from April, May, and June

    Take a look at our soon to be released textbooks!

  9. 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.

  10. 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.

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