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  • Migration in Britainby Tony Fielding

    Edward Elgar Publishing 2012; US$ 40.00

    Those who need to migrate the most - perhaps due to low paid or insecure jobs - tend to actually migrate the least, while those who need to migrate the least - for example those who have secure, well-paid jobs - tend to actually migrate the most. This is one of the many paradoxes about internal migration in Britain that are explored in this topical... more...

  • Reclaiming Marx's 'Capital'by Andrew Kliman

    Lexington Books 2006; US$ 39.99

    This book reclaims Marx's Capital from the myth of inconsistency. An accessible account written for non-specialist readers, it shows that the inconsistencies are actually caused by misinterpretation; the recent 'temporal single-system interpretation' eliminates all of the alleged inconsistencies. more...

  • The Economics of Rationalityby Bill J Gerrard

    Taylor and Francis 2006; US$ 49.95

    The concept of rationality is the heart of modern economics. Neo-classical theory seems unable to proceed without assuming a rational agent seeking to find the optimal means to a well defined end. Yet many find this uncritical treatment of rationality problematic. It takes little account of culture history or creativity and consequently many economists... more...

  • Value, Distribution and Capitalby Gary Mongiovi; Fabio Petri

    Taylor and Francis 2005; US$ 54.95

    This book explores some of the most important themes in neo-Ricardian economics. It explores the many contributions of Pierangelo Garengnani to modern economics, including his work in capital theory, the theory of effective demand and stability analysis. Contributors include Paul Samuelson, John Eatwell, Murray Milgate, Edward Nell, Alessandro Roncaglia... more...

  • Information Asymmetries and the Creation of Economic Valueby J.A. Roels

    IOS Press 2010; US$ 94.00

    What do Darwin?s theory of evolution and the second law of thermodynamics contribute to our understanding of the world in which we live? More than you think: the combination of both produces what is called a general systems theory of evolution. The second law of thermodynamics has been popularly formulated as:?Systems that are left alone develop in... more...

  • National Accounts and Economic Valueby Professor Utz-Peter Reich

    Palgrave Macmillan 2001; US$ 144.00

    Utz-Peter Reich addresses economists interested in a sound empirical foundation for their theoretical concepts. He investigates economic value and determines how value is defined in theory, which is microeconomic, and how it is measured in practice in national accounts. He demonstrates that microeconomic theory is not made to guide or interpret national... more...

  • Human Psychology and Economic Fluctuationsby Hideaki Tamura

    Palgrave Macmillan 2006; US$ 125.00

    This book incorporates human psychology into economic analysis. It constructs a new basic structure model of economic circulation, analyzes the direct relationship between human psychology and economic fluctuation, and provides a framework in which output and the allocation of resources are simultaneously determined. more...

  • Bewertung von Optionen unter der Coherent Market Hypothesisby Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Schöbel; Jochen Veith

    Deutscher Universitätsverlag 2007; US$ 59.99

    Auf der Basis einer neuen dynamischen Interpretation der Coherent Market Hypothesis entwickelt Jochen Veith zwei Modellvarianten zur Bewertung derivativer Wertpapiere: ein allgemeines Gleichgewichtsmodell mit endogener Bestimmung des lokal risikolosen Zinsprozesses sowie ein partielles Gleichgewichtsmodell mit exogenem Zinssatz. more...

  • In Another Worldby Tom Pow

    Birlinn 2012; US$ 6.75

    In one of the great defining moments in human history, more people now live in cities than in rural areas, and the effects of this depopulation and the plummeting birthrate are being felt keenly throughout Europe, which has the fastest-declining population in the world. Tom Pow sets out to explore what this means in some of the most rapidly vanishing... more...

  • Wertby Jürgen Ritsert

    Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden 2013; Not Available

    ??Wert? ist ein Grundbegriff, der im Alltag sowie in einer ganzen Reihe von Fachwissenschaften meist mit aller Selbstverständlichkeit benutzt wird: in der Moralphilosophie, der Ökonomie, der Politologie, der Soziologie, der Ethnologie und der Kulturanthropologie. Doch er ist und bleibt ? wie schon Max Weber festgestellt hat ? ein ?Schmerzenskind? der... more...