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  • Social Enterprise and the Third Sectorby Jacques Defourny; Lars Hulgård; Victor Pestoff

    Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 57.95

    The concepts of social enterprise and social entrepreneurship are rapidly attracting increased attention in academic spheres and from policy-makers, as well as field workers who are setting up new initiatives or reshaping their organizations. These concepts are perceived as defining innovative and dynamic responses to major global challenges in today?s... more...

  • Steering Clearby Peter G. Peterson

    Penguin Publishing Group 2015; US$ 27.95

    ?Despite clear danger and explicit warnings, the United States of America?distracted by short-term challenges and its own political dysfunction?is steaming toward its own collision, one with long-term debt.? Philanthropist, businessman, and former secretary of commerce Peter G. Peterson argues that we can no longer ignore the long-term debt challenges... more...

  • If Scotland Goesby Financial Times

    Financial Times 2014; US$ 0.00

    The FT?s latest ebook is a guide to what would happen if Scotland were to vote for independence in a referendum in September 2014. While the outcome is far from certain, a yes vote would have a profound effect not only on the 5.3m people of Scotland, but also on the economic future and fundamental character of the UK. We introduce Alex Salmond, the... more...

  • UnFairby Craig Bergman

    Dunham Books 2014; US$ 9.99

    UnFair reveals the truth about the abuses of power and the cover-ups by the IRS, exposing it as a blatantly unfair and corrupt entity which is unable to be reformed and, therefore, must be abolished. This book is firmly grounded in history, building on the arguments of the US Founders, along with many notable philosophers and other historical figures... more...

  • Governing to Winby Charles Prow

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2012; US$ 26.99

    Charles Prow has brought together an impressive lineup of businessmen and women, reporters, and experts to show how the United States can be more competitive in the global economy. This book shows not only what is wrong with the current federal spending plan, but ways to fix it. Business professionals and anyone interested in the government?s response... more...

  • Government and the Economyby David Dieterle; Kathleen Simmons

    ABC-CLIO 2014; US$ 100.00

    For centuries, citizens have challenged government's role in the economy. more...

  • In Defense of Selfishnessby Peter Schwartz

    St. Martin's Press 2015; US$ 27.99

    From childhood, we're taught one central, non-controversial idea about morality: self-sacrifice is a virtue. It is universally accepted that serving the needs of others, rather than our own, is the essence of morality. To be ethical--it is believed-- is to be altruistic. Questioning this belief is regarded as tantamount to questioning the self-evident.... more...

  • Concrete Economicsby Stephen S. Cohen; J. Bradford DeLong

    Harvard Business Review Press 2016; US$ 28.00

    Brilliantly written and argued, Concrete Economics shows exactly how the US government has shaped and directed the economy since the very inception of the country. This book does not rehash the sturdy and well-known arguments that to thrive, an entrepreneurial economy needs a social and policy environment characterized by a broad range of freedoms.... more...

  • More Humanby Steve Hilton; Jason Bade; Scott Bade

    Ebury Publishing 2015; US$ 30.38

    Government, business, the lives we lead, the food we eat, the way our children are brought up, the way we relate to the natural world around us ? it's all become too big and distant and industrialised. Inhuman. It's time to do something about it. It's time to put people first. It's time to make the world more human. Steve Hilton, visiting... more...

  • The World Bank Group and Public Procurementby World Bank

    World Bank Publications 2015; US$ 24.99

    The unanticipated spike in international food prices in 2007-08 hit many developing countries hard. International prices for food and other agricultural products increased by more than 100 percent between early 2007 and mid-2008. Prices for food cereals more than doubled; and those for rice doubled in the space of just a few months. The food price... more...