Economics

    Twilight of the Money Gods

    By John Rapley

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    Of all the spate of recent books seeking to shed light on the sometimes arcane world of economics, we still need a narrative that would map the evolution - or rather, rollercoaster - of ideas about economics on to a broader history-loving audience. This is that book.

    Man vs Money

    By Stewart Cowley

    Paperback £7.04

    Man vs Money explains the complexities of the economics of modern life and shows understanding a little more economics can improve your life.

    Playing with Fire

    By Yilmaz Akyuz

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    Many emerging and developing economies EDEs have liberalized their capital accounts, allowing greater freedom for international lenders and investors to enter their markets. This volume provides an empirical account of deeper integration of EDEs into the global financial system and discusses its implications for stability and growth.

    Who Really Runs Britain?

    By Alan White

    Paperback £7.65

    A shocking compendium of what happens when outsourcing goes wrong - the horrifying stories, damning statistics and what we do now

    Fifty Things that Made the Modern Economy

    By Tim Harford

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    Fifty Things that Shaped the Modern Economy paints the epic picture of economic change in an intimate way, by telling the stories of tools and ideas that had far-reaching and unexpected consequences.

    Anatomy Of Inequality

    By Per Molander

    Paperback Save £3.51 = £9.48

    Chinese Business: Landscapes and Strategies

    By Hong Liu

    Paperback £32.17

    It is difficult to overstate the importance of China to the world economy, and yet the majority of books either look at Chinese business by applying Western frameworks or models to the context of China or focus on a particular aspect of business in China. Authored by an academic expert...

    Stateless Commerce

    By Barak D. Richman

    Hardback £23.42

    How does Manhattan's 47th Street diamond district thrive as an ethnic marketplace without lawyers, courts, and state coercion? Barak Richman draws on insider interviews to show why relational exchange based on familiarity, trust, and community enforcement succeeds and what it reveals about the modern state's limitations in governing the economy.

    Restless Continent

    By Michael Wesley

    Paperback £9.05

    Exploring the unprecedented growth of Asia's economy and what the future may hold - an essential road-map for a region in transition

    Uses of Social Investment

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    Paperback Save £1.14 = £28.86

    This volume provides the first study of the welfare state, under the new post-crisis austerity context and associated crisis management politics, to take stock of the limits and potential of social investment.

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