Capital. Capitalism

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Cambridge Controversies in Capital Theory: A Methodological Analysis
Taylor and Francis (2002)
CA$68.74

This book explains the debate over the Cambridge controversies of the 1960s and 1970s. In a...

Social Economy: The Logic of Capitalist Development

Social Economy

The Logic of Capitalist Development

Taylor and Francis (1996)
CA$58.91

Contrary to much Marxist thought, Everling does not view socialism as an antithesis to capitalism,...

The Fundamental Institutions of Capitalism
Taylor and Francis (2001)
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The Fundamental Institutions of Capitalism presents a radical institutional approach to the analysis...

Capitalism and Development
Taylor and Francis (1994)
CA$67.10

This collection draws together a distinguished group of authors to explore how capitalism...

Critical Realism and Marxism

This book examines the relationship between critical realism and Marxism. The authors argue that...

Social Foundations of Markets, Money and Credit
Taylor and Francis (2003)
CA$58.91

Where does the power of money come from? Why is trust so important in financial operations? How does...

Chinese Capitalism and the Modernist Vision

In the past fifty years, the experience of the Chinese economy has continually challenged the...

Commerce and Capitalism in Chinese Societies
Taylor and Francis (2005)
CA$67.10

This informative book discusses the effects of the rise of Chinese capitalism on both China itself,...

Evolution of the Market Process: Austrian and Swedish Economics

Evolution of the Market Process

Austrian and Swedish Economics

Taylor and Francis (2004)
CA$68.74

This impressive volume centres on the relationship between Austrian and Swedish economics. Exploring...

Beyond Globalization: Capitalism, Territoriality and the International Relations of Modernity

Beyond Globalization

Capitalism, Territoriality and the International Relations of Modernity

Taylor and Francis (2005)
CA$58.91

Hannes Lacher presents a new critical social theory of international relations that integrates...