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The economics of sustainable food: smart policies for health and the planet

The economics of sustainable food: smart policies for health and the planet

Nicoletta Batini (Editor). 2021

The Economics of Sustainable Food details the true cost of food for people and the planet. It illustrates how to transform our broken system, alleviating its severe financial and human burden. The key is smart macroeconomic policy that moves us toward methods that protect the environment like regenerative land and sea farming, low-impact urban farming, and alternative protein farming, and toward healthy diets. The book’s multidisciplinary team of authors lay out detailed fiscal and trade policies, as well as structural reforms, to achieve those goals.

Jul 1,2022

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Las edades de la globalización: geografía, tecnología e instituciones

Las edades de la globalización: geografía, tecnología e instituciones

Jeffrey D. Sachs. 2021

Hoy en día los problemas más urgentes son fundamentalmente globales. Por ello, si queremos asegurar el futuro del mundo a largo plazo, es necesario emprender una acción concertada a nivel mundial, porque, de hecho, la escala de la historia de la humanidad siempre ha sido global. En Las edades de la globalización, Jeffrey D. Sachs, reconocido economista y experto en desarrollo sostenible, recurre a la historia del mundo para explicar cómo podemos afrontar los desafíos y las oportunidades del siglo xxi. A través de 70.000 años de historia, relata cómo la interacción entre los humanos, la tecnología y la naturaleza ha conformado la globalización. Una historia, la de la globalización, que ha incluido gloriosos logros humanos, crueldades y daños autoinfligidos. Y ha evidenciado la enorme dificultad de progresar en las crisis, lo que nos permite identificar patrones que nos ayudan a entender nuestros dilemas actuales desde una perspectiva diferente.

Jul 1,2022

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The world for sale: money, power, and the traders who barter the earth's resources

The world for sale: money, power, and the traders who barter the earth's resources

Javier Blas y Jack Farchy. 2022

The World for Sale lifts the lid on one of the least scrutinized corners of the world economy: the billionaire commodity traders who buy, hoard, and sell the earth's resources. It is the story of how a handful of swashbuckling businessmen became indispensable cogs in global markets, enabling an enormous expansion in international trade and connecting resource-rich countries - no matter how corrupt or war-torn - with the world's financial centers. The result is an eye-opening tour through the wildest frontiers of the global economy, as well as a revelatory guide to how capitalism really works.

Jul 1,2022

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Monetary policy in times of crisis: a tale of two decades of the European Central Bank

Monetary policy in times of crisis: a tale of two decades of the European Central Bank

Massimo Rostagno. 2021

The first twenty years of the European Central Bank (ECB) offer a clear demonstration of how a central bank can navigate macroeconomic insecurity and crisis. As the global economy moves into a new phase of unheralded uncertainty, the story of the ECB holds multiple lessons of wider significance for the central banking community and researchers of monetary policy.

Jul 1,2022

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A political economy of power: ordoliberalism in context, 1932-1950

A political economy of power: ordoliberalism in context, 1932-1950

Raphaël Fèvre. 2021

In comparison with Keynesianism, monetarism, or other economic paradigms of the twentieth century, ordoliberalism has been generally neglected. However, after first emerging in Germany during interwar years, ordoliberalism is now at the center of the ongoing debates about the foundations, the present governance, and the future prospects of the European Union.

Jul 1,2022

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Climate crisis economics

Climate crisis economics

Stuart P. M. Mackintosh. 2022

Climate Crisis Economics draws on economics, political economy, scientific literature, and data to gauge the extent to which our various communities – political, economic, business – are making the essential leap to a new narrative and policy approach that will accelerate us towards the necessary transition to a decarbonized economy and sustainable future. The book draws out policies and practices with both national and local examples, which will demonstrate various complementary approaches that are empowering states and people as they seek to pursue the carbon neutral goal.

Jul 1,2022

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Demographics unravelled: how demographics affect and influence every aspect of economics, finance and policy

Demographics unravelled: how demographics affect and influence every aspect of economics, finance and policy

Amlan Roy. 2021

In Demographics Unravelled, renowned Macro-Demographics expert Amlan Roy delivers an insightful and timely exploration of the impact that “people characteristics” have on national economies. Considering factors like gender, race, migrant status, family background, and education, the author delves deeply into a subject that drives market behavior and economic variables, including growth, debt, inflation, employment, and productivity. These have national and international policy implications.

Jul 1,2022

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