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What Ails France?

A provocative but constructive critique of the French model of technocratic, elite leadership. The author brings trenchant criticism to bear in this wide-ranging survey of the political economy of contemporary ...

Le 1% le plus riche

By (author) Nicolas Zorn
Categories: International economics
Series: PUM

En analysant l’évolution du 1% le plus riche au Québec, Nicolas Zorn montre bien comment les institutions jouent un rôle crucial dans la modération ou l’élargissement des inégalités, bien davantage ...

Alternative Trade

By (author) Gavin Fridell
Categories: International economics

Free trade does not make a significantly positive contribution to a society’s well being, nor does real free trade exist. In Alternative Trade, Gavin Fridell confronts these assumptions through a passionate ...

Reclaiming Democracy

Marguerite Mendell is vice-principal and associate professor at the School of Community and Public Affairs and director of the Karl Polanyi Institute of Political Economy, Concordia University.

Petrotyranny

By (author) John Bacher
Foreword by David Suzuki
Categories: Political economy

High gas prices aren’t the end of the world- but they may be the beginning of the end. This, at least, is the feeling of many who shudder at the staggering power oil-rich countries have over the world’s ...

Free Trade

Free Trade provides a historical framework for ongoing discussion of economic and environmental issues. While there is empirical evidence on trade flows - they increased dramatically in both directions ...

Regionalism, Multilateralism, and the Politics of Global Trade

The essays in Regionalism, Multilateralism, and the Politics of
Global Trade reflect this debate and give it focus. The
contributors, all recognized experts, explore the changing relationship
between regionalism ...