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BRICS and Development Alternatives

BRICS and Development Alternatives

Edited by José Eduardo Cassiolato & Virginia Vitorino, Foreword by Bengt-Åke Lundvall

£25.00, $40.00  Paperback

January 2011

£70.00, $115.00  Hardback

October 2009

The WTO and its Development Obligation

£25.00, $40.00  Paperback

January 2011

£70.00, $115.00  Hardback

March 2010

ICTs and Development in India

ICTs and Development in India

By T. T. Sreekumar

£70.00, $115.00  Hardback

May 2011

The City as Fulcrum of Global Sustainability

The City as Fulcrum of Global Sustainability

By Ernest J. Yanarella & Richard S. Levine

£70.00, $115.00  Hardback

September 2011

South of the Crisis

South of the Crisis

By Juan E. Corradi

£25.00, $40.00  Paperback

January 2012

£70.00, $115.00  Hardback

January 2010

Rent from the Land

Rent from the Land

By Johannes Stahl

£25.00, $40.00  Paperback

August 2012

£70.00, $115.00  Hardback

January 2010

Economists and the Powerful

Economists and the Powerful

By Norbert Häring & Niall Douglas

£16.99, $29.95  Paperback

October 2012

£70.00, $115.00  Hardback

January 2012

Economists and the Powerful

£13.59, $23.96  MOBIPOCKET

October 2012

Inclusive Growth, Full Employment, and Structural Change

£25.00, $40.00  Paperback

December 2012

£70.00, $115.00  Hardback

January 2010

Development Without Aid

Development Without Aid

By David A. Phillips

£70.00, $115.00  Hardback

January 2013

£18.99, $29.50  Paperback

January 2013

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