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We are pleased to announce that the 2016 JSPE-Routledge Book Prize winner is Professor David Harvey (New York City University). Professor David Harvey’s main research area is economic geography, urban sociology, and Marxian economics. He is one of the most influential Marxian political economists in the world.
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Dr Ruth Taplin, editor of Managing Cyber Risk in the Financial Sector, discusses the rising trend of medical data theft.
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Delving into the meaning of what it means to be "middle class" through both a social and an economic lens.
"There are several ways to close the time gap. Diane Elson, a sociologist and economist at the University of Essex in Britain and an adviser on women’s issues and development to the United Nations, has written that unpaid work must be recognized, reduced and redistributed."
Routledge are pleased to announce that we have a new African Studies Books Programme.
Vladimir Kvint, a La Salle University professor and author of "Strategy for the Global Market," discusses Russian oil production with Bloomberg's Kathleen Hays on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Also -- a question and answer piece on a wide range of contemporary issues.
Eduardo Porter writes about the relationship between economic growth and climate change, including valuable insight from Tim Jackson, author of Prosperity Without Growth.