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Conferences On New Political Economy

Author : Max Albert
ISBN : STANFORD:36105129042839
Genre : Economics
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The New Political Economy Positive Economics And Negative Politics

Author : Merilee Serrill Grindle
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Genre : Developing countries
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Is The New Political Economy Relevant To Developing Countries

Author : Ronald Findlay
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Genre : Developing countries
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International Conference On Political Economy Of Water

Author : Geeta Balakrishnan
ISBN : 9781443894036
Genre : Social Science
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Access to water is a fundamental right of all human beings, given that it significantly affects quality of life and enables people, especially the poor, to live with dignity. A significant number of organisations and governments throughout the world are working on this challenge and developing sustainable intervention models. There are several community-driven approaches which attempt to bring water within the reach of people, and to help establish people’s ownership and rights over it. The social work profession, with its commitment to working with the marginalised and the underprivileged, cannot be immune to the challenges posed by the scarcity of water, and must inevitably join the various efforts made the world over to tackle this problem head on. This book examines specific nuances of water scarcity, and develops viable social work intervention strategies based on the experiences of successful intervention models.

New Political Economy Of Energy In Europe

Author : Jakub M. Godzimirski
ISBN : 9783319933603
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The New Political Economy Of Development

Author : Kurt Dopfer
ISBN : 9781349047840
Genre : Business & Economics
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Understanding India S New Political Economy

Author : Sanjay Ruparelia
ISBN : 9781136816499
Genre : Social Science
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This textbook addresses the three most important large-scale transformations that have reshaped India since 1989: the advent of liberal economic reform, the ascendance of Hindu cultural nationalism, and the empowerment of historically subordinate classes through popular democratic mobilizations. Filling a gap in the literature, it describes, explains and assesses the nexus between these central transformations in a rigorous and integrated manner.

The New Political Economy Of Pharmaceuticals

Author : Hans Löfgren
ISBN : 9781137315854
Genre : Political Science
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Some two decades will shortly have passed since the WTO's Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights agreement came into force in 1995. This volume is the first cross-country analysis of how TRIPS has affected the capacity of 11 major low or medium income countries to produce generic drugs.

Gender And Political Economy

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ISBN : 0765619261
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The Political Economy Of Consumer Behavior

Author : Bruce Pietrykowski
ISBN : 9781135978693
Genre : Business & Economics
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Consumption forms a major part of people’s lives. As such, geographers, historians of technology and sociologists have devoted much attention to trying to figure out what makes consumption meaningful. By contrast, economists have been content to hold onto theories of consumption that depend on a self-interested representative agent making utility maximizing decisions. Pietrykowski develops this alternative account through the recovery of past attempts to forge a different analytical approach to the study of consumption. In particular, theories of consumption espoused by home economists, psychological economists and Regulation school theorists are critically reviewed. These research projects, marginalized by the mainstream, are the precursors of contemporary scholarship in feminist, behavioural and radical political economics. Reclaiming this work greatly enlarges the scope for contemporary research in consumer behavior. Pietrykowski then provides a richly textured set of case studies of green automobility, slow food and alternative/local currency in order to explore the diversity of user cultures and to highlight resistant forms of consumer practice. By carefully interweaving historical and interdisciplinary research Pietrykowski creates a lively and incisive critique of mainstream economics This monograph will be of interest to academic economists, sociologists, historians and graduate students. In addition, the economics of consumption would also be of interest to readers in management, marketing and schools of business administration.

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