Drawing on evolutionary biology, the history of ideas, cultural anthropology, economic history, moral philosophy and social psychology, the book summarises key contributions from each in a style accessible to the general reader.
ISBN 9780856832260 | Price: £14.95
The challenge of the twenty-first century is how to establish access to the resources of the earth for the whole population so that the able-bodied can support themselves. The welfare state can then be slimmed down to no more than is necessary to provide for the diseased and disabled.
ISBN 9780856832352 | Price: £14.95
Despite a vast increase in world trade and many achievements in science, technology, medicine, transportation and communications, the global economy faces gross disparities of income, both within and between nations, and environmental degradation.
ISBN 9780856831959 | Price: £10.95
Despite the Welfare State and the redistribution of income through the tax system, the gap between the rich and poor continues to grow both within and between nations. The authors offer a different approach and argue that governments will fail unless they shake off the economic orthodoxy…
ISBN 9780856831614 | Price: £12.95
This book presents a multidisciplinary array of essays offering new perspectives on how religion can affect the pursuit of world peace in the age of globalisation.
ISBN 9789753030966 | Price: £18.95
This collection of essays by a distinguished interdisciplinary group of scholars examines various aspects of Henry George’s argument and considers how relevant they might be to current concerns. It includes four previously unpublished essays by the 1996 Nobel laureate, William Vickrey.
ISBN 9780856831829 | Price: £14.95
Poses challenging and essential questions on the relationship between Christianity and the nature of society. William Temple, Archbishop of Canterbury from 1942 until his death in 1944, pointed out that it is the role of the Church to provide the teaching and enunciation of principle upon which the moral foundation of society rests.
ISBN 9780856830259 | Price: £8.95
The author argues that land speculation is the major cause of depressions. He shows how the land market functions to distort the relations between labour and capital and how land speculation periodically chokes off economic expansion.
Paperback ISBN 9780856830679 | Paperback Price £10.95
Hardback ISBN 9780856831096 | Hardback Price £19.95