WEA Conferences’ Book Series
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For each conference there is a possibility we may publish a special volume of a WEA Book and/or WEA e-Book, within the WEA series, containing selected papers, published in collaboration with College Publications www.collegepublications.co.uk.
The editors of the WEA journals may also offer publication to some of the conference papers on the basis of their own judgment. They may consider – in consultation with the Conference Leaders – a special issue of their journal based on selected papers from the conference. Other than being part of the WEA, there is no formal or organisational connection between the conferences and the WEA journals.
After publication, the papers will be excluded from the website and only the abstracts and comments will be kept in our archives.
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WEA books based on conferences
“On the heels of a second crisis in just over a decade, this book could not be more timely … This book is a must-read for every student in economics.”
This book offers a pluralist exposition on multiple meanings and levels of complexity, shedding light on the normative and practical implications that various approaches to complexity involve. We hope that this title will inspire a sustained interest in exchanging ideas …
Edited by Maria Alejandro Madi and Jack Reardon © Individual authors, WEA and College Publications 2014. All rights reserved. ISBN 978-1-84890-157-5 Published by College Publications on behalf of the World Economics Association Contents Part One: Setting the scene Introduction Jack …
Chapter 1: The Need for a New International Financial Architecture by Oscar Ugarteche, Alicia Puyana and Maria Alejandra Madi 2 Part I – The great crisis and policy challenges Chapter 2: The great global financial crises: official investigations, past and …
Edited by Victor Beker and Beniamino Moro Copyright © 2016 Individual authors. All rights reserved. Introduction Victor A. Beker and Beniamino Moro 7 Chapter 1 The euro, long-run convergence and the impact of the crises Enrico Marelli and Marcello Signorelli …
The book Capital and Justice calls for a deep examination of current power, politics and economics in a social context where democratic institutions are being threatened. The contributions discuss the various aspects of global accumulation, production and employment from a …