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A Short History of Socialist Money is a historical and institutional account of the role of money in the planned economies. It is an essential guide for general readers and students interested in monetary economics, the planned economies, comparative economic studies and economic histories.
Edited by Gillian Bottomley, Marie de Lepervanche and Jeannie Martin
Do writings about ethnicity, class and gender form a 'holy trinity' or challenge previous unidimensional analyses? Intersexions aims to understand the processes by which relations of power are maintained, reproduced and resisted. It also examines modes of representation within areas such as social theory, feminism, and development theory.
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