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- Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 21.95
Nobel Laureate Robert Solow explores how changes in social accounting practice could contribute to more rational debate and action in crafting economic and environmental policy. A thoughtful work about the wise use of society's natural resources, intergenerational equity, and the translation of ideas about sustainability into real policy. more...
- Princeton University Press 2014; US$ 39.00
The Academic Scribblers offers a thoughtful and highly literate summary of modern economic thought. It presents the story of economics through the lives of twelve major modern economists, beginning with Alfred Marshall and concluding with Paul Samuelson and Milton Friedman. In a very real sense, this book picks up where Robert Heilbroner's classic... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2004; US$ 130.00
The relation between structural reform and macroeconomic policy underlies the widespread perception that the large European economies have under-performed in the past decade in comparison both with their own standards and with the contemporaneous performance of the United States. This book, edited and introduced by Noel Laureate Robert M. Solow, provides... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2014; US$ 20.00
12 Nobel Laureates take readers on a tour of some of the everyday issues that can be explored using basic economic principles. Topics include how economic tools can be used to rebuild nations in the aftermath of a war; financing retirement as longevity increases and what governments should really be doing to boost the economy. more...
- Princeton University Press 2009; US$ 59.95
The Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Solow directs his attention here to one of today's most controversial social issues: how to get people off welfare and into jobs. With characteristic eloquence, wit, and rigor, Solow condemns the welfare reforms recently passed by Congress and President Clinton for confronting welfare recipients with an unworkable... more...
- Edward Elgar Publishing 2010; US$ 40.00
How is work divided up in the household, within an industry, a nation or between continents? What are the dynamics of the division of labour? The wide-ranging contributions to this book explore these questions from technological, capital and political perspectives. They include in-depth studies of gender, the firm, countries' economic specializations,... more...
- Cambridge University Press 1989; US$ 50.00
This volume is the result of a conference held at Wellesley College, involving both theoretical and applied economists, that explored the consequences of the rhetoric and the conversation of the field of economics. more...
- Edward Elgar Publishing 2013; US$ 40.00
The financial crisis that began in 2007 has severely shaken economics and has brought into question its analyses and recommendations. Not all macroeconomists are up to the challenge. This thought-provoking book addresses how economic ideas have failed from a macro perspective, and questions which macroeconomic theories should researchers should preserve... more...
- Columbia University Press 2014; US$ 33.99
It has long been recognized that most standard of living increases are associated with advances in technology, not the accumulation of capital. Yet it has also become clear that what truly separates developed from less developed countries is not just a gap in resources or output but a gap in knowledge. In fact, the pace at which developing countries... more...