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The World After GDP Economics, Politics and International Relations in the Post-Growth Era LORENZO FIORAMONTI University of Pretoria ‘What governments don't track today is often far more important than what they do because what we measure changes how we behave – and how we think. And changing what we think is essential if we are to build a more sustainable economic system. Read this fascinating and well-written book – and change the way you think!’ Graeme Maxton, Secretary General of the Club of Rome and bestselling author of The End of Progress 216 x 138mm | 288 pages | February 2017 HB | 978-1-5095-1134-1 | £50.00 | $64.95 | €65.90 PB | 978-1-5095-1135-8 | £15.99 | $22.95 | €20.90 ebook available

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Understanding Development Second Edition PAUL HOPPER University of Brighton Understanding Development offers a comprehensive introduction to the multidimensional and evolving nature of international development in the contemporary world. The second edition has been fully revised and includes three new chapters which explore development in relation to global policy formation and the new Sustainable Development Goals. 246 x 171mm | 432 pages | February 2018 HB | 978-1-5095-1050-4 | £70.00 | $89.95 | €89.90 PB | 978-1-5095-1051-1 | £19.99 | $28.95 | €25.90 ebook available

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Economy and Society Selected Writings KARL POLANYI Edited by CLAUS THOMASBERGER and MICHELE CANGIANI Economy and Society offers a unique selection of the influential twentieth century thinker Karl Polanyi’s most important articles and essays, mixing classic texts with significant but previously little-known pieces. Students and scholars of political economy, sociology, history and political philosophy will find its contents invaluable. 229 x 152mm | 352 pages | May 2018 HB | 978-1-5095-2330-6 | £55.00 | $69.95 | €71.90 PB | 978-1-5095-2331-3 | £18.99 | $28.95 | €24.90 ebook available

For a New West Essays, 1919-1958 KARL POLANYI Edited by GIORGIO RESTA & MARIAVITTORIA CATANZARITI ‘This collection of Polanyi's writings addresses his significance for the world today more completely than any other. We encounter him here as an essayist, lecturer, social theorist and above all as an engaged public intellectual. The selection speaks very directly to our own concerns: on economy, history and freedom; on institutionalism as a method; on general economic history; on world crisis and transformation. This really is a Polanyi for our times.’ Keith Hart, London School of Economics 229 x 152m | 280 pages | 2014 HB | 978-0-7456-8443-7 | £55.00 | $69.95 | €71.90 PB | 978-0-7456-8444-4 | £17.99 | $24.95 | €23.90 ebook available

Karl Polanyi The Limits of the Market GARETH DALE Brunel University ‘This book will very likely become the definitive source on Polanyi's ideas and the ensuing debates. Gareth Dale combines a respectful and duly admiring attitude with unassailable theoretical erudition and clear-headed sobriety. Dale's extensive clarification on Polanyi also stands on its own as a serious contribution to current ideological debates and scholarly controversies regarding the prospects of post capitalist transitions. Georgi Derluguian, Northwestern University SERIES: KEY CONTEMPORARY THINKERS 229 x 152mm | 320 pages | 2010 HB | 978-0-7456-4071-6 | £55.00 | $69.95 | €71.90 PB | 978-0-7456-4072-3 | £17.99 | $24.95 | €23.90 ebook available

The Social Structures of the Economy PIERRE BOURDIEU Collège de France Translated by Chris Turner ‘[T]he application of Bourdieu's ideas to the housing market is of great interest and this book can contribute to the debates surrounding alternative or complementary understandings of that which is deemed 'economic', to the current hegemony of classical economic approaches.’ Housing Studies 229 x 152mm | 272 pages | 2005 HB | 978-0-7456-2539-3 | £55.00 | $69.95 | €71.90 PB | 978-0-7456-2540-9 | £17.99 | $26.95 | €23.90 ebook available

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