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Development Policy in the Twenty First Century: Beyond the Post-Washington Consensus, Ben Fine, Costas Lapavitsas, Jonathan Pincus

This excellent book, newly available in paperback, addresses the growing dissatisfaction with the neo-liberal post Washington consensus. The concern of the contributors in writing this collection was that this consensus has established itself as a new orthodoxy, more powerful and widespread than

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Beyond Borders: The New Regionalism in Latin America (ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL PROGRESS IN LATIN AMERICA, ANNUAL REPORT), Inter-American Development Bank

Regional integration initiatives have long been part of the world economic landscape. In Latin America, integration flourished in the early post-war era but then lost momentum until the 1990s, when there was a new wave of initiatives ranging from free trade areas to customs unions.

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Congo-Paris: Transnational Traders on the Margins of the Law (African Issues Published in Association With International African institutE), Janet Macgaffey, Remy Bazenguissa-Ganga, International African Institute

Congo-Paris investigates the transnational trade between Central Africa and Europe by focusing on the lives of individual traders from Kinshasa and Brazzaville who operate across national frontiers and often outside the law.

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Компьютерный анализ фьючерсных рынков, Чарльз ЛеБо, Дэвид В. Лукас

Книга написана двумя крупнейшими специалистами в области анализа финансового рынка - Чарльзом ЛеБо и Дэвидом В.Лукасом. Они широко известны благодаря своим ярким успехам в торговле фьючерсами, детальному знанию технического анализа и огромному опыту по созданию торговых стратегий.

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The Divided Welfare State: The Battle over Public and Private Social Benefits in the United States, Jacob S. Hacker

The Divided Welfare State is the first comprehensive political analysis of Americas distinctive system of public and private social benefits. Everyone knows that the American welfare state is unusual--less expensive and extensive, later to develop and slower to grow, than comparable programs abroad.