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- Palgrave Macmillan 2001; US$ 176.00
This volume contains classic essays on economic policy written by one of its great exponents. The opening essay traces the author's evolving structures of thought about economics and the policy proposals that came from them over this period. Section 2 contains essays which set the background to the policy recommendations. In section 3 the role of investment... more...
- Encounter Books 2011; US$ 29.99
In the 15 years to mid-2007 the world economy enjoyed unparalleled stability (the so-called Great Moderation?), with steady growth and low inflation. But the period since mid-2007 (the Great Recession?) has seen the worst macroeconomic turmoil since the 1930s. A dramatic plunge in trade, output and employment in late 2008 and 2009 has been followed... more...
- Wiley 2011; US$ 34.95 US$ 30.29
Issues in Finance: Credit, Crises and Policies presents a collection of surveys on key issues surrounding the relationship between credit, finance, and the macro-economy that are linked to the recent global financial crisis. Presents a timely collection of surveys that shed light on the recent financial crisis Offers insights for economists... more...
- Wiley 2011; US$ 38.00 US$ 33.50
The revised edition of this highly acclaimed work presents crucial lessons from Japan's recession that could aid the US and other economies as they struggle to recover from the current financial crisis. This book is about Japan's 15-year long recession and how it affected current theoretical thinking about its causes and cures. It has a detailed... more...
- HarperCollins 2012; US$ 11.19
?[A] much needed book?a compelling portrait of the Occupy movement?that capture[s] the spirit of the people involved, the crisis that gave Occupy birth, and the possibility of genuine change it represents.? ?Eric Foner, author of The Fiery Trial: Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery The Occupy Wall Street movement arose out of a widespread desire... more...
- World Scientific Publishing Company 2011; US$ 62.00 US$ 56.42
The author of this book is the original proponent of China's exchange rate system reform announced in 2005. This book discusses: The transitional, medium-term and long-term designs of the reform; China's achievements and mistakes on the reform; China's banking reform and its lessons to other emerging economies; Maintaining a certain trade... more...
- Edward Elgar Publishing 2012; US$ 40.00
This volume, a collection of essays by internationally known experts in the area of the history of economic thought and of the economics of Keynes and macroeconomics in particular, is designed to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the publication of The General Theory. The essays contained in this volume are divided into four sections. The first section... more...
- Wiley 2008; US$ 82.95 US$ 71.89
Monetary Economics and Sequential Trade is an insightful introduction to the advanced topics in monetary economics. Accessible to students who have mastered the diagrammatic tools of economics, it discusses real issues with a variety of modeling alternatives, allowing for a direct comparison of the implications of the different models. The exposition... more...
- Oxford University Press 2011; US$ 64.99
The simple message of Eatwell & Milgate's Fall and Rise of Keynesian Economics is that it was inevitable that Keynesian economics would rise again when circumstances conspired to make it apparent that conventional macroeconomic thinking had lost its way and was unable to explain satisfactorily the most outstanding feature of our actual experience:... more...