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- Penguin Books Ltd 2010; Not Available
Ha-Joon Chang dispels the myths and prejudices that have come to dominate our understanding of how the world works. He succeeds in both setting the historical record straight ('the washing machine has changed the world more than the internet'; 'the US does not have the highest living standard in the world'; 'people in poor countries are more entrepreneurial... more...
- Random House 2008; US$ 12.97
It's rare that a book appears with a fresh perspective on world affairs, but renowned economist Ha-Joon Chang has some startlingly original things to say about the future of globalization. In theory, he argues, the world's wealthiest countries and supra-national institutions like the IMF, World Bank and WTO want to see all nations developing into... more...
- Bloomsbury Publishing 2014; US$ 19.99
In his bestselling 23 Things They Don't Tell You About Capitalism , Cambridge economist Ha-Joon Chang brilliantly debunked many of the predominant myths of neoclassical economics. Now, in an entertaining and accessible primer, he explains how the global economy actually works?in real-world terms. Writing with irreverent wit, a deep knowledge of... more...
- United Nations University Press 2007; US$ 38.00
The issue of institutional development has come to prominence during the last decade or so. During this period, even the IMF and the World Bank, which used to treat institutions as mere details, have come to emphasize the role of institutions in economic development. However, there are still some important knowledge gaps that need to be... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2011; US$ 55.95
This book critically re-examines the currently dominant paradigm of agricultural development policy from historical and comparative perspectives. Examining the experiences of 11 developed countries in their earlier stages of development and the experiences of 10 developing and transition economies in the last half a century, the book offers an in-depth... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 1993; US$ 64.00
The book provides a comprehensive discussion of the controversial issue of industrial policy, drawing on some recent developments in economic theory in areas like political economy, institutional economics, industrial economics, and theories of technical progress. By integrating the analyses of political economy, economic institutions, and technical... more...
- Bloomsbury Publishing 2010; US$ 11.99
Bad Samaritans was an introduction to open-minded economists and political free-thinkers to Ha-Joon Chang's theories of the dangers of free-trade. With irreverent wit, an engagingly personal style, and a keen grasp of history, Chang blasts holes in the "World Is Flat" orthodoxy of Thomas Friedman and others who argue that only unfettered capitalism... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2014; Not Available
What is economics? How does the global economy work? What do different economic theories tell us about the world? In Economics: The User's Guide, bestselling author Ha-Joon Chang explains how the global economy works, and why anyone can understand the dismal science. Unlike many economists who claim there is only one way of 'doing... more...
- Bloomsbury Publishing 2011; US$ 12.99
Thing 1: There is no such thing as free market. Thing 4: The washing machine has changed the world more than the Internet. Thing 5: Assume the worst about people, and you get the worst. Thing 13: Making rich people richer doesn't make the rest of us richer. If you've wondered how we did not see the economic collapse coming, Ha-Joon... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2003; US$ 160.00
This snappy, informative and readable book has a broad historical overview and is an important contribution not only to Asian Studies, but also to the study of financial crises and the political economy of economic reform. more...