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  • Routledge at 2017 澳門書展

    Routledge is the world's leading academic publisher in the Humanities and Social Sciences, publishing thousands of books and journals each year, serving scholars, instructors, and professional communities worldwide.

    Spot us at Macau Book Fair 2017!

    24 Nov - 03 Dec 2017, Pavilhão Polidesportivo Tap Seac - Table D4

    Meanwhile, below are some new and forthcoming reference titles for your consideration. Catalogues are also available on the right for you to browse at your convenience.

  • Singapore Drama Educators Association

    Your essential Routledge reads

    SDEA members get to enjoy the privilege of receiving 25% off Routledge books! Simply enter your SDEA discount code* upon check out, or write in to marketing@tandf.com.sg.

    *Forgot your code? Not to worry. Simply email or drop a Facebook message at SDEA to request for your exclusive SDEA member discount code.

  • Turning Conflict into Creativity: 8 Tips from Cultural Industries

    See what advice Managing Organizations in the Creative Economy author Paul Saintilan offers for creative conflict management.

  • Routledge Handbook of the Chinese Communist Party

    New title, Routledge Handbook of the Chinese Communist Party, Edited by Willy Wo-Lap Lam. Listen to the book introduction narrated by Lam and read more about Willy Lam on China's 19th Party Congress or find out more below. 

  • The Innovative Business Ecosystems of China’s Digital Giants

    The world’s largest innovator of smart wearables, the global gaming champion, the leading online market place, pioneering artificial intelligent technology and the highest valued fintech company no longer come from Silicon Valley. Learn more from Business Ecosystems in China authors Wei Wei and Mark J. Greeven about how China is leading the pack.

  • Friday Forum

    Here's to November and see what our business writers have cooked up this week!

  • Friday Forum

    Cheers to the last Friday in October! Check out the latest from our business writers!

  • Political integration, fiscal decentralisation, and public sector revenue.

    It should be no surprise to many that the management of public finances lays at the core of recurrent political struggles. Some political struggles should do with greater integration of communities, which are expected to pool together financial resources and concentrate decision making powers into a single political venue. Other political struggles arise from the disintegration of existing institutional arrangements, which are substituted by more decentralized or autonomous political entities.

  • Who wants to be a Post-Capitalist, Blockchain Entrepreneur?

    Instead of passively protesting their dissatisfaction with business as usual, these post-capitalist entrepreneurs are fighting back with new organizational models that they hope can be part of the solution to these complex problems. Author, Boyd Cohen further explains helpful knowledge to navigate this new capitalist paradigms. 

  • Friday Forum

    It's that time of the week, Friday Forum time! Start your weekend eve off with reading the latest from our business writers!

  • The Business of Farm Animal Welfare

    Globally, nearly 70 billion animals are farmed annually for meat, milk, eggs and other products. Some two-thirds of these animals are farmed intensively. Nicky Amos and Rory Sullivan examine the the management practices companies adopt to care for the animals responsibly in this article.