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Inequality LUCINDA PLATT London School of Economics and Political Science There is little question about the colossal importance of inequality in society today. However, many important questions continue to be subject to debate. How much inequality is acceptable? Is inequality increasing? What are its consequences and who is most affected? Platt expertly provides insights into these debates. SERIES: KEY CONCEPTS 216 x 138mm | 200 pages | December 2021 HB | 978-1-5095-2938-4 | £50.00 | $64.95 | €61.90 PB | 978-1-5095-2939-1 | £15.99 | $22.95 | €19.90 ebook available

Capitalism GEOFFREY INGHAM University of Cambridge “In this meticulous and superbly crafted book Geoffrey Ingham dissects the nature of capitalism as a complex economic order in which money plays a central role. In developing his rich account he draws upon a remarkable range of theorists and examples which will make the book essential reading to students not only of sociology but throughout the social sciences.” Mike Savage, University of Manchester This book provides a basic introduction to the "nuts and bolts" of capitalism for the beginner. Capitalism is a concise, masterly and up-to-date account of the world’s most powerful economic system that is accessible to students and general readers. SERIES: KEY CONCEPTS 216 x 138mm | 344 pages | 2008 HB | 978-0-7456-3647-4 | £60.00 | $74.95 | €73.90 PB | 978-0-7456-3648-1 | £22.99 | $34.95 | €27.90 ebook available

Neoliberalism DAMIEN CAHILL AND MARTIJN KONINGS University of Sydney ‘If you are looking for an accessible guide to the complexities of neoliberalism, or for a comprehensive introduction to dominant trends in advanced capitalism, look no further.’ David Coates, Wake Forest University Having emerged relatively unscathed from the global financial crisis, neoliberalism remains the focus of intense scrutiny from critics who argue that it has failed to live up to its promises. This book offers a nuanced and probing analysis of the meaning and practice of neoliberalism in the contemporary world. SERIES: KEY CONCEPTS 216 x 138mm | 192 pages | 2017 HB | 978-0-7456-9552-5 | £50.00 | $64.95 | €61.90 PB | 978-0-7456-9553-2 | £15.99 | $22.95 | €19.90 ebook available

Capitalism A Conversation in Critical Theory NANCY FRASER AND RAHEL JAEGGI New School for Social Research; Humboldt University of Berlin 229 x 152mm | 256 pages | 2018 HB | 978-0-7456-7156-7 | £55.00 | $69.95 | €67.90 PB | 978-0-7456-7157-4 | £17.99 | $24.95 | €23.90 ebook available

The Ascendancy of Finance JOSEPH VOGL Humboldt-University, Berlin Translated by Simon Garnett 216 x 138mm | 240 pages | 2017 HB | 978-1-5095-0929-4 | £55.00 | $69.95 | €67.90 PB | 978-1-5095-0930-0 | £16.99 | $24.95 | €21.90 ebook available

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