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This provocative and thought-provoking book argues that the baby boomer generation have thrived at the expense of their children.
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The earth's resources are finite, climate change threatens to dramatically transform how and where we live, and the global economic system is in disarray. One way or another we have to change.
A provocative look at an area few economists dare to tread, by Australia's most read economic commentator.
Gray's powerful and prescient polemic against extreme freemarket capitalism, in a new edition, with a new chapter on the events of the last five years.
Peter Pugh and Chris Garratt
Keynes was arguably the twentieth century's greatest economist, and as a new recession bites it is his ideas that are being called into action by governments across the globe.
A clear and lively A to Z guide to the role and responsibilities of directors, aimed not only at those on the board, but managers and stakeholders in every kind of organisation.
Benoit B. Mandelbrot and Richard L. Hudson
The international bestseller that foreshadowed a market crash, with new material on the current financial crisis.
A spirited expose of the rapid and unexpected transformations generated by market forces unleashed under globalisation, and the impact on people's lives around the world.
The essential book on why some businesses fail . and how to avoid it
A systematic introduction to an economic way of thinking about the environment, which doesn't assume a background in economics.