Presents a timely discussion of the core problems faced by peasant communities under neo-liberal economics.
Argues that states substitute unwanted policy changes dictated by globalization with politically feasible ones, leading to policy convergence.
Traces the influence of the stock market on Americans' beliefs about politics.
Draws on philosophy, economics, theology, and psychoanalytic theory to reveal a fundamental dynamic of capitalism.
Analyzes six films as allegories of capitalism’s precarious state in the early twenty-first century.
An analysis of theological and philosophical understandings of debt and its role in contemporary capitalism.
A critical examination of the impact of BRAC, the world's largest NGO, on the status of women in Southern Bangladeshi cultural life.
Explores how individuals and groups adapt to the challenges of globalization.
Addresses the power of oligopolistic corporations in contemporary society.
Traces the history of two rival American economic moralities from colonial times to the present.
Uncovers important similarities in the political features of developing countries in Africa, Asia,and Latin America.
Measures the relationship between market competition and the treatment of women, minorities, and the disabled in the workplace.
Examines how small firms, like large ones, are mobilizing to compete in a global economy.
Chronicles the growing impact of job uncertainty on workers in Europe.
Looks at alternatives to international financial institutions such as the IMF and World Bank.
Explores the university’s altering landscape, the conflicts over its core values and legitimacy, and the challenge for the university to negotiate the new landscape and to redefine itself within a larger educational context.
New perspectives on the bond between religion and economics.