Mini) (3-Vol. set) by
Christopher Bliss, Avi J. Cohen, and G. C. Harcourt (Hardcover - Aug 5, 2005). Edward Elgar Publishing
(August 5, 2005).
This comprehensive three-volume edition brings
together the most important contributions in capital theory, from its classical origins to
its modern manifestation in endogenous growth models. Information
Enterprise and Leadership:
Studies on Firms, Markets and Networks by Mark Casson (Hardcover - Nov 30, 2000). Edward Elgar
Publishing (November 30, 2000).
This book provides a useful analysis of
economic institutions aimed at practitioners in business and management as well as
Fundamental Institutions of
Capitalism: A Radical View (Routledge
Frontiers of Political
Ernesto Screpanti (Library Binding - Aug
24, 2001). Routledge; 1 edition (August 24, 2001).
This book presents a radical institutional approach to the analysis of capitalism. The
author discusses a wide range of topics and puts forward a number of arguments that expose
common ground in both neoclassical and Marxist orthodoxies. Information
Models of Capitalism:
Debating Strengths and Weaknesses (Elgar
by David Coates (Hardcover - Nov 2002). Edward Elgar Publishing
The literature on the character, determinants
and relative performance of the leading industrial economies has developed rapidly of
late. However many of the most important pieces of writing are now slipping from view
because they were originally published in different, often inaccessible and highly
specialized academic journals. These three volumes bring together those key articles and
provide a new introductory commentary on the literature. Information
Private Enterprises and
China's Economic Development (Routledge Studies in the
Growth Economies of Asia) by Shuanglin/Zhu (Hardcover - Jul 16, 2007).
Routledge; 1 edition (July 16, 2007).
Using the most up to date research on private
enterprises, including detailed econometric analysis and national representative data,
authors including economists, policy-makers and academics from the USA, China, Singapore
and Canada comprehensively address the most important aspects of Chinas private
enterprise development. Information
Property, Welfare, and
Freedom in the Thought of Thomas Paine: A Critical Edition (Mellen
Critical Editions and Translations, V. 7) by Thomas
Paine and Karen M. Ford (Hardcover - Jul
2001). Edwin Mellen Press (July 2001). Information
Regulatory Capitalism: How It
Works, Ideas for Making It Work Better by John Braithwaite and David
Levi-Faur (Hardcover - May 30, 2008).
Edward Elgar Publishing (May 30, 2008).
Everyone who is puzzled by modern
"regulocracy" should read this book. Short and incisive, it represents the
culmination of over twenty years' work on the subject. It offers us a perceptive and
wide-ranging perspective on the global development of regulatory capitalism and an
important analysis of points of leverage for democrats and reformers. Information
Social Costs and Public
Action in Modern Capitalism: Essays inspired by Karl William Kapp's Theory of Social Costs
Frontiers of Political Economy) by
Elsner/Ramazzot (Hardcover - Dec 6, 2006).
Routledge; 1 edition (December 6, 2006).
The Social Costs approach to the globalize
capitalist market economy has gained new relevance in recent years. The present situation
is one of widespread and increasing deterioration of the social, cultural, democratic, and
environmental frameworks of advanced capitalist market societies. Information
The Tradition of Free Trade (Routledge
Studies in the History of Economics) by Lars Magnusson (Hardcover - Sep 2, 2004). Routledge; 1 edition
(September 2, 2004).
Showing how historical construction is a vital
component in the writing of doctrinal history, Lars Magnusson argues that it is important
for historians of economic thought to distance themselves from the practice of writing
history backwards. Information
Worlds of Capitalism
Institutions, Economic Performance and Governance in the Era of Globalization (Routledge
Studies in Governance and Change in the Global Era) by Max Miller (Hardcover - Aug 10, 2005). Routledge; 1 edition
(August 10, 2005).
The decades following the Second World War
have been depicted as a kind of "golden age of capitalism." In Western
societies, an unprecedented economic growth and a balancing of the competing claims of
capital and labour had, apparently, been brought under the control of political and
democratic institutions. However, efforts to combine this outstanding economic performance
with social security appear to be endangered half way through the first decade of the 21st
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