Vol. 42 Nbr. 4, December 2008
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- Beware those offering "gold standards": evidence-based medicine and the potential for institutional change in clinical-medical provision.
- Universal health care and the economics of responsibility.
- The invisible hands behind the student evaluation of teaching: the rise of the new managerial elite in the governance of higher education.
- The feminist political economy of the rent-seeking society: an investigation of gender inequality and economic growth.
- Women as wives, mothers or workers: how welfare eligibility requirements influence women's labor force participation--a case study of Spain--.
- Innovation and economic activity: an institutional analysis of the role of clusters in industrializing economies.
- Structure, agency and the role of values in processes of institutional change.
- The borrower of last resort: international adjustment and liquidity in a historical perspective.
- Currency crises in transition economies: some further evidence.
- Endogenous institutions and the politics of property: comparing and contrasting Douglass North and Karl Polanyi in the case of finance.
- Trade agreements and labor problems: the current bearing of a commons proposal.
- Do you prefer having more or more than others? Survey evidence on positional concerns in France.
- Globalization and capitalism.
- Capital Rules: The Construction of Global Finance.
- Escape from Empire: The Developing World's Journey Through Heaven and Hell.
- Reintroducing Macroeconomics: A Critical Approach.
- What Do We Know About Globalization?: Issues of Poverty and Income Distribution.
- Real World Economics: A Post-Autistic Economics Reader.
- Institutions and Norms in Economic Development.
- Do Economists Make Markets? On the Performativity of Economics.
- The Vocation of Business: Social Justice in the Marketplace.
- The Economy of the Earth: Philosophy, Law, and The Environment.
- The Three Trillion Dollar War: The True Cost of the Iraq Conflict.
- The Feminist Economics of Trade.
- Moral Markets: The Critical Role of Values in the Economy.