Series: Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy

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Capital Controversy, Post Keynesian Economics and the History of Economic Thought by Philip Arestis1
Inequality and Power: The Economics of Class by Eric A. Schutz
Evolution, Order and Complexity by Kenneth Boulding2
The End of Economics by Michael Perelman4
New Keynesian Economics/Post Keynesian Alternatives by ROY J. ROTHEIM9
Representative Agent in Macroeconomics by James E Hartley10
Borderlands of economics : essays in honor of Daniel R. Fusfeld by Nahid Aslanbeigui11
Economics of Science: Methodology and Epistemology as if Economics Really Mattered by James R. Wible13
Women and European Employment by Colette Fagan16
Explorations in Economic Methodology by Roger Backhouse17
Subjectivity in Political Economy; Essays on Wanting and Choosing by David Levine18
The Political Economy of Middle East Peace; The Impact of Competing Arab and Israeli Trade by J. W. Wright Jr.19
Subjectivism and Economic Analysis by Roger Koppl21
The Political Economy of Diet, Health and Food Policy by Ben Fine24
The End of Finance: Pension Funds, Derivatives and Capital Market Inflation by Jan Toporowski25
Political Economy and the New Capitalism; Essays in Honour of Sam Aaronovitch by Jan Toporowski26
Gender, Growth and Trade: The Miracle Economies of the Post-war Years by David Kucera30
The Normative Foundations of the Welfare State The Nordic Experience by Nanna Kildal31
Normative Political Economy; Subjective Freedom, the Market and the State by David Levine31
Economist with a public purpose : essays in honour of John Kenneth Galbraith by Michael Keaney32
Fundamental Institutions of Capitalism: A Radical View by Ernesto Screpanti34
Transcending Transaction: The Search for Self-Generating Markets by Alan Shipman35
Editing Economics: Essays in Honour of Mark Perlman by Professor Geoffrey Harcourt37
Value of Marx: Political Economy for Contemporary Capitalism by Alfredo Saad Filho41
Unpaid Work and the Economy by Antonella Picchio46
Distributional Justice: Theory and Measurement by Hilde Bojer47
Cognitive Developments in Economics by Salvat Rizzello48
Social Foundations of Markets, Money, and Credit by Costas Lapavitsas49
Affirmative Action in the United States and India by Thoma Weisskopf56
Uncertainty in Economic Theory by Itzhak Gilboa63
The New Institutional Economics of Corruption by Johann Graf Lambsdorff64
Culture and Politics in Economic Development by Volk Bornschier67
Modern Applications of Austrian Thought by Jürgen G. Backhaus68
Capitalism (Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy) by Victor D. Lippit71
Marx for the 21st Century by Hiroshi Uchida73
Expanding Frontiers of Global Trade Rules: The Political Economy Dynamics of the International Trading System by Nitya Nanda74
Growth and Development in the Global Political Economy: Modes of Regulation and Social Structures of Accumulation by Phillip O'hara74
Marxian Reproduction Schema by Andrew Trigg78
Economics, Ethics and the Market: Introduction and Applications by Johan J. Graafland80
Globalization and the Myths of Free Trade: History, Theory and Empirical Evidence by Anwar Shaikh81
Equilibrium in Economics: Scope and Limits by Valeria. Mosini83
Globalization: State of the Art and Perspectives by Stefan A. Schirm84
Consumer Capitalism by Anastasios Korkotsides87
Hayek and Natural Law by Erik Angner89
Race & Economic Opportunity in the Twenty-First Century by Marlene Kim90
Renaissance in Behavioral Economics: Essays in Honor of Harvey Leibenstein: Essays in Honour of Harvey Leibenstein by Roger Frantz91
Reigniting the Labor Movement by Gerald Friedman94
Economics of American Judaism by Carmel Chiswick96
Advances on Income Inequality and Concentration Measures by Gianni Betti102
Economic Representations: Academic and Everyday by David F. Ruccio103
Fiscal Decentralization and Local Public Finance in Japan by Nobuki Mochida107
Karl Marxs Grundrisse: Foundations of the Critique of Political Economy by Marcello Musto109
Economics and the Price Index by S. N. Afriat111
Popper, Hayek and the Open Society by Calvin Hayes112
The Political Economy of Work by David Spencer113
Religion, Economics, and Demography: The Effects of Religion on Education, Work, and the Family by Evelyn L. Lehrer115
Economics Versus Human Rights by Manuel Couret Branco117
Hayek Versus Marx by Eric Aarons118
Working Time Regulation as Sustainable Full Employment Policy: The Social Effort Bargain by Robert Lajeunesse119
Dialectics of class struggle in the global economy by Clark Everling123
Political Economy and Globalization (Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy) by Richard Westra124
Full-spectrum economics : toward an inclusive and emancipatory social science by Christian Arnsperger125
The Measurement of Individual Well-Being and Group Inequalities: Essays in Memory of Z. M. Berrebi (Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy) by Joseph Deutsch133
The Political Economy of Bureaucracy (Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy) by Steven O. Richardson135
The Moral Rhetoric of Political Economy by Paul Turpin136
Happiness, Ethics and Economics by Johannes Hirata142
Capital, Exploitation and Economic Crisis by John Weeks143
The Global Economic Crisis: New Perspectives on the Critique of Economic Theory and Policy by Emiliano Brancaccio144
Political Economy of Human Rights: Rights, Realities and Realization by Bas de Gaay Fortman146
The Consumer, Credit and Neoliberalism: Governing the Modern Economy by Christopher Payne152
Facts, Values and Objectivity in Economics by José Castro Caldas156
Economics, Sustainability and Democracy: Economics in the Era of Climate Change by Christopher Nobbs160

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"In recent years, there has been widespread criticism of mainstream economics. This has taken many forms, from methodological critiques of its excessive formalism, to concern about its failure to connect with many of the most pressing social issues. This series provides a forum for research which is developing alternative forms of economic analysis. Reclaiming the traditional 'political economy' title, it refrains from emphasising any single school of thought, but instead attempts to foster greater diversity within economics."
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