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  • Yale University Press Search Results Listing
    by Please select Relevance Date published Date all books Title A Z Title Z A Browse trail Finance Economics Over 50 Inglorious Revolution Political Institutions Sovereign Debt and Financial Underdevelopment in Imperial Brazil William R Summerhill Yale Series in Economic and Financial History Format Hardback 360 pages ISBN 9780300139273 Published 03 Nov 2015 Price 65 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub and ePDF You can purchase this title from a number of online retailers see below Amazon co uk Blackwell s Foyles Google eBooks Hive co uk iTunes Kobo Tesco eBooks WH Smith Visit our eBooks page for more details The Origins of Corporations The Mills of Toulouse in the Middle Ages Germain Sicard Matthew Landry William N Goetzmann Format Hardback 520 pages ISBN 9780300156485 Published 01 Sep 2015 Price 60 00 Add to Basket Barley Gold or Fiat Toward a Pure Theory of Money Thomas Quint Martin Shubik Format Hardback 352 pages ISBN 9780300188158 Published 03 Jan 2014 Price 85 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub and ePDF You can purchase this title from a number of online retailers see below Amazon co uk Blackwell s Foyles Google eBooks Hive co uk iTunes Kobo Tesco eBooks WH Smith Visit our eBooks page for more details The Kipper und Wipper Inflation 1619 23 An Economic History with Contemporary German Broadsheets Martha White Paas John Roger Paas George C Schoolfield Yale Series in Economic and Financial History Format Hardback 160 pages ISBN 9780300146769 Published 03 Jul 2012 Price 65 00 Add to Basket Technology Globalization and Sustainable Development Transforming the Industrial State Nicholas A Ashford Ralph P Hall Format

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    of online retailers see below Amazon co uk Blackwell s Foyles Google eBooks Hive co uk iTunes Kobo Tesco eBooks WH Smith Visit our eBooks page for more details Income Inequality Why it Matters and Why Most Economists Didn t Notice Matthew P Drennan Format Hardback 168 pages ISBN 9780300209587 Published 05 Jan 2016 Price 30 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub and ePDF You can purchase this title from a number of online retailers see below Amazon co uk Blackwell s Foyles Google eBooks Hive co uk iTunes Kobo Tesco eBooks WH Smith Visit our eBooks page for more details Inglorious Revolution Political Institutions Sovereign Debt and Financial Underdevelopment in Imperial Brazil William R Summerhill Yale Series in Economic and Financial History Format Hardback 360 pages ISBN 9780300139273 Published 03 Nov 2015 Price 65 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub and ePDF You can purchase this title from a number of online retailers see below Amazon co uk Blackwell s Foyles Google eBooks Hive co uk iTunes Kobo Tesco eBooks WH Smith Visit our eBooks page for more details No Freedom Without Regulation The Hidden Lesson of the Subprime Crisis Joseph William Singer Format Hardback 224 pages ISBN 9780300211672 Published 02 Oct 2015 Price 25 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub and ePDF You can purchase this title from a number of online retailers see below Amazon co uk Blackwell s Foyles Google eBooks Hive co uk iTunes Kobo Tesco eBooks WH Smith Visit our eBooks page for more details The

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  • Strangers on Familiar Soil by Edward Dallam Melillo - Yale University Press
    environmental social and commercial bonds between Chile and California It is a major contribution to the emerging field of Pacific World history Christopher Boyer author of Political Landscapes Forests Conservation and Community in Mexico This is a gem of a book deeply researched elegantly written original in its conception beautiful in its execution Raymond Craib Cornell University An empirically rich well written and wide ranging history that provides a novel perspective on important transnational connections in the Americas John Soluri Carnegie Mellon University Melillo s pithy book insightfully explores how California helped make Chile and how Chile helped make California over the past two centuries Politically astute ecologically attuned and easy to read J R McNeill author of Mosquito Empires Ecology and War in the Greater Caribbean 1620 1914 Melillo brilliantly centers this hemispheric history around Chile and California two places increasingly connected over the past 200 years by crops technologies people and ideas Strangers on Familiar Soil demonstrates the tremendous potential and necessity of transnational and comparative history This is a stunning accomplishment David Igler author of The Great Ocean Pacific Worlds from Captain Cook to the Gold Rush A fascinating story of how Chile and California on separate continents sharing comparable climates and geography have had dramatic reciprocal social and environmental impacts initially fueled by the California Gold Rush Harold Mooney Stanford University By paying attention to Chile and California s mirror image geographies as well as their long term environmental and social connections Melillo effectively recontextualizes the development patterns of the Americas Publishers Weekly In analyzing the spiritual parallels between Chile and California Melillo excels His writing is brisk and concise It is testament to Melillo s skill as a historian and a service to Californians and Chileans alike that he was able to uncover and preserve this rich history Benjamin Russell Americas Quarterly This wonderful book weaves together captivating anecdotes with analysis of environmental interactions and economic exchanges between California and Chile in order to reimagine the making of the Americas Foreign Affairs More like this In this series Recently viewed titles prev next Welcome to the Poisoned Chalice James K Galbraith 18 99 Hope Springs Eternal Kim Oosterlinck 55 00 The Only Game in Town Mohamed A El Erian 18 99 Inglorious Revolution William R Summerhill 65 00 The Origins of Corporations Germain Sicard 60 00 Other People s Houses J D Jennifer S Taub 10 99 Learning by Doing James Bessen 25 00 The Business of Slavery and the Rise of American Capitalism 1815 1860 Jack Lawrence Schermerhorn 60 00 Austerity Florian Schui 10 99 Works in Progress Jenny Leigh Smith 50 00 The Citizen s Share Joseph R Blasi 12 99 A Changing Wind Wendy Hamand Venet 25 00 Austerity Florian Schui 16 99 Barley Gold or Fiat Thomas Quint 85 00 The Great Mirror of Folly William N Goetzmann 50 00 The Good Rich and What They Cost Us Robert F Dalzell 25 00 Funding Loyalty Eugenia Belova 25 00 A Great

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  • Yale University Press Search Results Listing
    Sort Results Filter Sort results by Please select Relevance Date published Date all books Title A Z Title Z A Strangers on Familiar Soil Rediscovering the Chile California Connection Edward Dallam Melillo Yale Agrarian Studies Series Format Hardback 352 pages ISBN 9780300206623 Published 05 Jan 2016 Price 30 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub

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  • Income Inequality by Matthew P. Drennan - Yale University Press
    in the face of flat or declining incomes Americans leveraged their home equity to take on excessive debt The collapse of the housing market left this debt unsupported causing a domino effect throughout the economy Drennan also found startling similarities in consumer behavior in the years leading to both the Great Depression and the Great Recession Offering an economic explanation of a phenomenon described by prominent observers including Thomas Piketty Jacob Hacker Robert Kuttner Paul Krugman and Joseph Stiglitz Drennan s evenhanded analysis disproves dominant theories of consumption and draws much needed attention to the persisting problem of income inequality Matthew P Drennan is a visiting professor of urban planning at UCLA and an emeritus professor in the Department of City and Regional Planning at Cornell University He lives in Los Angeles CA Matthew Drennan has written a timely succinct and highly readable work on the dynamics of inequality and why most economists miss what s driving it An essential book for understanding the great challenge of our age Robert Kuttner co editor The American Prospect More like this Recently viewed titles prev next Welcome to the Poisoned Chalice James K Galbraith 18 99 Hubris Meghnad Desai 12 99 Europe s Deadlock David Marsh 7 99 No Freedom Without Regulation Joseph William Singer 25 00 Hubris Meghnad Desai 18 99 Hard Times Tom Clark 9 99 Other People s Houses J D Jennifer S Taub 20 00 Hard Times Tom Clark 18 99 When the Money Runs Out Stephen D King 9 99 The Great Mirror of Folly William N Goetzmann 50 00 The Memoirs of Walter Bagehot Frank Prochaska 18 99 Europe s Deadlock David Marsh 7 99 When the Money Runs Out Stephen D King 20 00 Good Italy Bad Italy Bill Emmott 8 99 Realeconomik Grigory Yavlinsky

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  • Yale University Press Search Results Listing
    Sort Results Filter Sort results by Please select Relevance Date published Date all books Title A Z Title Z A Income Inequality Why it Matters and Why Most Economists Didn t Notice Matthew P Drennan Format Hardback 168 pages ISBN 9780300209587 Published 05 Jan 2016 Price 30 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub and

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  • Inglorious Revolution by William R. Summerhill - Yale University Press
    anyone interested in the politics of financial development Jean Laurent Rosenthal California Institute of Technology Inglorious Revolution addresses a frontier question in political economy new states need sources of finance but how can a new state make a credible commitment to its creditors that it will repay its debts Inglorious Revolution shows that Brazil solved this commitment problem by creating a constitutional monarchy in which parliament held the reins of power and was composed of a tight knit class of merchants and planters who were the state s creditors Credibility came at a cost however because this merchant planter elite made sure that almost nothing happened in Brazil without their say so and they almost never said yes Nineteenth century Brazil therefore had stable public finances and avoided the endless coups and civil wars that plagued new states in Latin America and Africa but it remained economically backward Stephen Haber Stanford University This volume is one of the most original studies of 19th century Brazilian public finance published in any language It not only provides a wealth of original research material but has raised fundamental issues about why Imperial Brazil s extraordinary record of international credit in the 19th century did not lead to a major financial and capital development Does this unusual case of a credit worthy state which still did not grow provide a useful counterbalance to the theories of economic growth Summerhill makes a good argument for this thesis and thus the book will prove to be of much broader interest to the field of economic history and economic development Herbert S Klein Columbia University Stanford University Inglorious Revolution is a welcome contribution to Brazilian economic history This polished original book will become the main reference for the study of imperial Brazil for historians and economic historians in the years to come Aldo Musacchio Harvard Business School and Brandeis International Business School A critical weakness of much scholarship on long run economic development is that it makes generalizations from a few salient histories usually of European countries In Britain change in political institutions allowing the government to borrow apparently led to a financial revolution But this brilliant book shows that exactly analogous political changes in Brazil did not have the same consequences A Trojan horse in the conventional wisdom James A Robinson University of Chicago More like this In this series Recently viewed titles prev next Welcome to the Poisoned Chalice James K Galbraith 18 99 Hope Springs Eternal Kim Oosterlinck 55 00 The Only Game in Town Mohamed A El Erian 18 99 Strangers on Familiar Soil Edward Dallam Melillo 30 00 The Origins of Corporations Germain Sicard 60 00 Other People s Houses J D Jennifer S Taub 10 99 Learning by Doing James Bessen 25 00 The Business of Slavery and the Rise of American Capitalism 1815 1860 Jack Lawrence Schermerhorn 60 00 Austerity Florian Schui 10 99 Works in Progress Jenny Leigh Smith 50 00 The Citizen s Share Joseph R Blasi 12

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  • Yale University Press Search Results Listing
    Sort results by Please select Relevance Date published Date all books Title A Z Title Z A Inglorious Revolution Political Institutions Sovereign Debt and Financial Underdevelopment in Imperial Brazil William R Summerhill Yale Series in Economic and Financial History Format Hardback 360 pages ISBN 9780300139273 Published 03 Nov 2015 Price 65 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats

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