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A Little History of Economics

03/03/2017, £14.99
A lively, inviting account of the history of economics, told through events from ancient to modern times and the ideas of great thinkers in the field What causes poverty?

A peaceable economy

£6.00
The same dynamic drives all kinds of economy and wars: it is cumulative causation, along the lines of "Those who have will receive more and they will have more than enough; but as for those who don't have, even the little they have will be taken away

A Radical History of the World

20/09/2018, £14.99
History is a weapon. The powerful have their version of events, the people have another. And if we understand how the past was forged, we arm ourselves to change the future. This is a history of struggle, revolution and social change: of hominids,

Back to the future of socialism

01/01/2015, £9.99
Fresh thinking to tackle rising inequality and environmental degradation which imperil human development today.

Child Care Today: What we know and what we need to know

£14.99
Child care is the 21st century's biggest unsolved conundrum: children's needs have not changed, but in a world that puts a premium on paid employment and personal fulfilment, who should, who can, and who wants to meet them?

Degrowth

30/04/2018, £15.00
Degrowth argues that economic growth is no longer desirable - its costs exceed its benefits - and advocates a transformation of economies so that they produce and consume less, differently and better.

Empire of Guns: The Violent Making of the Industrial Revolution

31/05/2018, £30.00
Through the story of a Quaker gun-maker, Satia upends the conventional view of the Industrial Revolution as a truimph of innovation by placing war and Britain's gun trade at the heart of the Industrial Revolution and the state's imperial expansion.

Improving Children's Life Chances

05/09/2016, £15.00
This book brings together leading voices from academia and practice to discuss whether the government's new life chances agenda is meaningful.
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