Tag: 2005

Globalización y medio ambiente: Lecciones desde las Américas

Hernán Blanco, Luciana Togeiro de Almeida y Kevin P. Gallagher, editores. (2005). Globalización y Medio Ambiente: Lecciones desde las Américas. Santiago, Chile: RIDES – GDAE. Este libro tiene como meta principal contribuir al debate regional en torno a las implicancias para el medio ambiente de la globalización. Su origen se encuentra en la primera reunión […]

Volume 6: After the End of History: The Curious Fate of American Materialism

By Robert E. Lane Order on Amazon Kindle or from University of Michigan Press “Robert E. Lane is one of the most prominent and distinguished critics of both the human impact of market economies and economic theory, arguing from much research that happiness is more likely to flow from companionship, enjoyment of work, contribution to society, and the […]

Volume 5: Helping People Help Themselves: From the World Bank to an Alternative Philosophy of Development Assistance

By David Ellerman Foreword by Albert O. Hirschman   This volume is part of the series Evolving Values for a Capitalist World   Helping People Help Themselves grew out of David Ellerman’s ten years at the World Bank—and particularly out of his three years as advisor and speechwriter for Joseph Stiglitz during Stiglitz’s tumultuous term […]

Volume 4: It’s Legal but It Ain’t Right: Harmful Social Consequences of Legal Industries

Harmful Social Consequences of Legal Industries Nikos Passas and Neva Goodwin, Editors This volume is part of the series Evolving Values for a Capitalist World A wide range of scholars, journalists, and policy analysts examine the “lawful but awful” practices that populate the gray area between legality and morality. Many U.S. corporations and the goods […]