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ECONOMIC IDEAS THAT BUILT EUROPE


Economic Ideas That Built Europe reconstructs the development of European political economy as seen through the eyes of its principal architects and interpreters, working to overcome the ideological nature of recent historiography. The volumes in the series – contextualized through analytical introductions and enriched with explanatory footnotes, bibliographies and indices – offer a wide selection of texts inspired by very different economic visions, and stress their complex consequences and interactions in the rich but often simplified history of European economic thought.

 

Series Editor

Sophus A. Reinert – Harvard Business School, USA

 

Editorial Board

David Armitage – Harvard University, USA

Steven L. Kaplan – Cornell University, USA

Emma Rothschild – Harvard University, USA

Jacob Soll – Rutgers University, USA

Bertram Schefold – Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

 

Proposals

We welcome submissions of proposals for challenging and original works that meet the criteria of this series. We make prompt editorial decisions. Our titles are published simultaneously in print and eBook editions and are subject to peer review by recognized authorities in the field. Should you wish to send in a proposal for a collection of essays, a single or multi-authored monograph, or a course reader, please contact us at: proposal@anthempress.com

  1. On Commerce and Usury (1524)
     
    Martin Luther, edited with an introduction and notes by Philipp Robinson Rössner

    This volume presents Martin Luther’s contribution to the modern economic sciences, providing a detailed introduction and revised translation of his 1524 pamphlet, ‘On Commerce and Usury’ (‘Von Kaufshandlung und Wucher’).

    PRICE:  £60.00  /  $99.00
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    Hardback | September 2015 | ISBN 9781783083855

  2. The Stakes of Regulation
     
    Perspectives on 'Bread, Politics and Political Economy' Forty Years Later
    Steven L. Kaplan

    This engaging work functions as extended critical essay in dialogue with the republication of ‘Bread, Politics and Political Economy’ (1976), focused on 18th-century France, dealing with the fraught question of regulation in its multiples guises: economic, social, political, cultural and psychological.

    PRICE:  £80.00  /  $130.00
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    Hardback | August 2015 | ISBN 9781783084760

  3. Thorstein Veblen
     
    Economics for an Age of Crises
    Edited by Erik S. Reinert and Francesca L. Viano

    The book presents state-of-the-art scholarship on Thorstein Veblen, one of the world's most influential social scientists. It explores hitherto neglected aspects of his life, works and historical relevance.

    PRICE:  £25.00  /  $40.00
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    Paperback | October 2014 | ISBN 9781783083206

  4. Thorstein Veblen
     
    Economics for an Age of Crises
    Edited by Erik S. Reinert and Francesca L. Viano

    The book presents state-of-the-art scholarship on Thorstein Veblen, one of the world's most influential social scientists. It explores hitherto neglected aspects of his life, works and historical relevance.

    PRICE:  £70.00  /  $115.00
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    Hardback | December 2012 | ISBN 9781843318583

  5. A 'Short Treatise' on the Wealth and Poverty of Nations (1613)
     
    Antonio Serra, edited by Sophus A. Reinert

    ‘A ‘Short Treatise’ on the Wealth and Poverty of Nations’ presents, for the first time, an English translation of Antonio Serra’s ‘Breve Trattato’ (1613), one of the most famous tracts in the history of political economy.

    PRICE:  £70.00  /  $115.00
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    Hardback | July 2011 | ISBN 9780857289735