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New and forthcoming eBooks from WEA Books

All books $10 

On the use and misuse of theories and models in economics
Lars Pålsson Syll 

Bubble Economics: Australian Land Speculation 1830 – 2013
Paul D. Egan and Philip Soos 

Essays Against Growthism
Herman Daly 

Green Capitalism: The God that Failed
Richard Smith 

Feudalism, Fascism, Libertarianism and Economics
Eric Zuesse 

Developing an economics for the post-crisis world
Steve Keen 

Nuevos paradigmas, desarrollo económico y dinámica social: Estrategias contra la pobreza en Bolivia
Jorge Buzaglo 

Statistical Foundations for Econometric Techniques

Asad Zaman  

Wealth and Illfare: An Expedition through Real Life Economics
T. Kurien 

Appreciating Mental Capital: What and Who Economists Should Also Study
Robert Locke  


The Economy of the Hamster
Mauro Gallegati

Finance as War
Michael Hudson

The Scientist and the Church
Shimshon Bichler and Jonathan Nitzan

A new conceptual framework for economics
Gustavo Marques  

Aspects of Support-Bargaining and Money-Bargaining
Patrick Spread 

Swimming against the Neoclassical Tide
Roy H. Grieve

Critical pointers for students of economics
Stuart Birks 

Economics and democracy for sustainable development 
Peter Söderbaum,

The Other Canon of Economics – Theoretical Questions
Erik Reinert and  Rainer Kattel, editors

The Other Canon of Economics – Applied Cases
Erik Reinert and Rainer Kattel, editors

Claude Hillinger’s Collected Works
Vol. 1: The History of Economics
Vol. 2: Political Organization
Vol. 3: Index Number Theory

Neoliberal Capitalism and the Revival of Development Banking
C.P. Chandrasekhar

A Conversation with Economics: Ten Years of Blogging the Dismal Science
Peter Radford

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  1. hclem
    April 21, 2015 at 9:17 am

    As I have seen one ebook published in Spanish, I would ask if it is possible ti summit one in French? Do we some have chance to be published?
    Thank for the answer

  2. blocke
    April 21, 2015 at 10:15 am

    Ditto. I realize that English and American economists have forgotten how to read foreign languages, but if the blog is to appeal to a world-wide audience, it is important to remember that a lot of people outside the English speaking world, who are interested in economics, can read more than English and that including other language is a very good idea. It use to be that any scholar was expected to read French, English, and German.

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