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Edited by Gary Zhexi Zhang
Aeons without History/Thesis on the Meta-Cartel
by Vincent Garton and Edmund Berger
by Daniel D. Garcia-Swartz and Martin Campbell-Kelly
by Tirthankar Roy
Karl Brunner and Monetarism
Edited by Thomas Moser and Marcel Savioz
Foreword by Thomas J. Jordan
by Luke Garrod, Joseph E., Harrington Jr. and Matthew Olczak
In the Images of Development
by Tridib Banerjee
Edited by Kean Birch and Fabian Muniesa
The Japanese Economy, second edition
by Takatoshi Ito and Takeo Hoshi
Demographic Change and Long-Run Development
Edited by Matteo Cervellati and Uwe Sunde