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  1. New! International Political Economy Catalog now available!

    This catalog contains key textbooks, cutting edge research and supplemental reading in International Political Economy. From key research on vital topics, to textbooks for undergraduate and postgraduate courses, you will find whatever you need to further your own research, challenge your students, and provide essential reference materials for your institutional library.

    Explore the entire catalog here.

  2. Routledge Business and Economics Celebrate Earth Day 2015

    Join Routledge Business and Economics as we celebrate Earth Day! Enjoy a 20% discount off the following selected titles.

  3. “Degrowth” Advocate to Be Earth Day Keynote Speaker April 22 in Belfast!

    Earth Days Waldo County 2015 will host Jim Merkel for "Degrowth: Can Society Survive Without Growth?," a talk at Belfast Free Library, 106 High Street, at 6:30 p.m. on Earth Day, Thursday, April 22.  

    Read more @ The Free Press

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    Degrowthers Challenge Supremacy of Economic Growth

    "The degrowth philosophy has attracted a relatively large following in Europe, especially in France where it is known as décroissance. Its advocates view degrowth as the hypothesis that humans can achieve prosperity without economic growth."  Read more @

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    Europe can breathe as Greece makes a crucial payment

    " Athens said the 460 million euros ($497 million) payment has been scheduled, dismissing rumors the government might not have enough cash to pay on time. By sending the money, Greece has bought itself time to secure the final portion of its 240 billion euro international bailout. Eurozone finance ministers agreed earlier this year to extend Greece's bailout program, but only once they're happy with the country's plans for economic reforms."

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  6. Prosperity Without Growth jacket

    Can the world economy survive without fossil fuels?

    Larry Elliot of "The Guardian" provides an in-depth look on the unforgiving realities of climate change and explains what role economic growth has to play in all of this.  

    '...[Routledge Author Tim Jackson] is not really talking about replacing the economics of “more” with the economics of “less”; he is suggesting replacing it with the economics of “better”'

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    Polarizing Political Economy

     Polarizing Political Economy seeks to comprehend capitalism's chaos and explain how forces like private power and strategy shape our world. Author James H. Nolt is a senior fellow with World Policy Institute and teaches international relations at New York University.  Check it out!

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    Unbundling is Over-rated: On the value of contributing to an edited book

    From the London School of Economics blog:  Terry Clague (Senior Publisher here at Routledge) sheds reasonable doubt on the assertion that contributing to edited book chapters is a waste of time. The sole aim of publication isn’t necessarily to maximise citations. If citations are the only measure of academic value then there’s a danger that academic research becomes the X-Factor. Furthermore, edited collections can also aid discovery of new material where new voices and approaches can be heard. Read more

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    Author Spotlight: Steven Pressman

    Steven Pressman is Professor of Economics & Finance at Monmouth University and co-editor of the Review of Political Economy. He has published over 100 articles and over a dozen books, including Fifty Major Economists, 3rd ed. (Routledge, 2013) and Understanding Piketty’s Capital in the 21st Century (Routledge, upcoming 2015). He is a regular op-ed contributor to newspapers and appears frequently on radio and TV to discuss economic issues of the day. 

  10. M.E. Sharpe Catalog is now live!

    Click here for a full listing of titles in Business, Economics, History, and more!

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