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First published in 1998, this volume was formally completed in July 1994, but completing the structure of the market is not all the same thing as having a genuine Single Market. This book explores the difficulties inherent in the concept of the Single Market in Insurance, as well as the practical…
Hardback – 2019-06-24
First published in 1997, this study is one of the forerunners in the area of urban land market and land price studies on a Third World city, focusing on Lucknow City in Uttar Pradesh, India, and exploring house prices, economic changes and construction. Amitabh responds to the 2nd Habitat…
Hardback – 2019-06-24
This handbook examines Pakistan’s 70-year history from a number of different perspectives.When Pakistan was born, it did not have a capital, a functioning government or a centralbank. The country lacked a skilled workforce. While the state was in the process of beingestablished, eight million…
Hardback – 2019-06-21
Europa Perspectives: Emerging Economies
Professor Michael Grubb will be giving an inaugural lecture on, 'Energy, Europe and the Economics of Innovation' at UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources. Drawing on the book Planetary Economics, Professor Grubb will offer a wider theoretical framework and explain how this can reshape our view of both the economic and political dimensions of effective policy, including (but not confined to) the energy transition. Read on for more information about the event and Grubb's publications with Routledge...
Congratulations to Sarah Blithe for winning the National Communication Association’s Organizational Communication Book of the Year Award, for the title, Gender Equality and Work-Life Balance. Click here to learn about the award, or read on to discover more about this title...
We're pleased to congratulate Neil Gaught as his title Core, has been shortlisted in the Business Book Awards 2018 for the Embracing Change Award! Many congratulations for being selected from a substantial number of high quality entries, and making it through the rigorous judging process. Visit the shortlist page here, or read on to find out more about this title...
We caught up with William Scott & Paul Vare to discuss their exciting new title, The World We'll Leave Behind. Read on for the full interview, to find out more about this title and its authors...
Asia Chernova, Veronica Morino and Nigel Iyer have written the article 'Dirty Money Constellations: find me if you can' based on chapter 10 of The Continuing Imperialism of Free Trade.
Veronica and Nigel are also contributors to the title The Continuing Imperialism of Free Trade: Developments, Trends and the Role of Supranational Agents, 1st Edition
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