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ISSN 2047-8747 (Print) ISSN 2047-8755 (Online) Volume 8 Issue 3 (2019)
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Forthcoming / Published

New Books/Articles/Chapters/Research

New Structural Policy in an Open Market Economy, Justin Yifu Lin and Alojzy Nowak's (eds) University of Warsaw Faculty of Management Press, Warsaw, Poland, 2018, ISBN 978-83-65402-91-2 ISBN (online) 978-83-65402-92-9 (softcover)

Sino-US Trade War: A New Challenge to Globalisation, Surender Singh, Vista International Publishing House, New Dehli, 2018 ISBN 9789383905195

Fascism: A Warning, Madeleine Albright with Bob Woodward, Harper Collins, New York, 2018, ISBN 978-0-06-280218-7

Can Democracy Survive Global Capitalism? Robert Kuttner, W. W. Norton, New York, London, 2018 ISBN 9780393609936

Natural Science Foundations of Macroeconomics: the global economy as a living system, Victor N. Bartenev, Editor: Ruth Taplin, University of Warsaw Faculty of Management Press, 2018, ISBN 978-83-65402-77-6

Foreign Exchange Options and Risk Management - Market Dynamics, Models and Human Behaviour, Demetri Papacostas and Francesco Tonin, Risk Books, 2018, ISBN 978- 1-78272- 262 -5

Principles of Market Abuse Regulation: A Comparison of South African Perspective, Howard Chitimira, Editor: Leila Samodien, Juta Law, 2018, ISBN 978-1-48512-676-8

Borders, Challenges, Futures, Grant Bligh, Liu Cathy Yang, Ye Lin (eds.), Springer International Publishing, 2018, ISBN 978-981-13-0206-0

The Reception and Convergence of German Commercial and Corporate Law in Japan, Eiji Takahashi, Nomos Publishing, Germany, 2018, ISBN 978-8487-3725-3

Innovation, Investment and Intellectual Property in South Korea: Park to Park, Ruth Taplin, Routledge, 2018, ISBN Hardback: 978-1-138-22192-5; E-book: 978-1-315-40926-9

New Structural Economics for Less Advanced Economies, Justin Yifu Lin, Alojzy Nowak (eds), University of Warsaw Faculty of Management Press 2017, Hardback ISBN 978-83-65402-50-9; Online ISBN 978-83-65402-51-6

Digital Marketing Strategies for Fashion and Luxury Brands, Wilson Ozuem and Yilka Azemi, (eds), IGI-Global, October 2017, ISBN13 978-1522526971

Local Government in Australia: History, Theory and Public Policy, Bligh Grant and Joseph Drew, Springer 2017, ISBN 978-981-10-3867-9

The Seduction of Curves, Allan Mcrobie and Helena Weightman, Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, August 2017, ISBN 13 978-0691175331

Economic Development and the Role of Women: an interdisciplinary approach, Ruth Taplin, Re-published by Routledge as part of the Routledge Revivals series 2017. Originally published by Avebury/Gower 1989. ISBN 978-1-138-23079-8

Managing Cyber Risk in the Financial Sector - Lessons from Asia, Europe and the USA, Ruth Taplin (ed) Routledge New York and London 2016, ISBN 978-1-138-93546-4978-1

The End of Alchemy: Money, Banking and the Future of the Global Economy, Lord Mervyn King, Little Brown Book Group, New York and London 2016, ISBN 978-0-393-24702-2

The Reception and Convergence of Corporate Law (Kaisahahô no keiju to shûren), Eiji Takahashi, Yûhikaku, Tokyo, April 2016, ISBN 978-4-641-13739-4

The Nature and State of Modern Economics, Tony Lawson, Routledge, London & New York, 2015, ISBN 978-1-138-85102-3

Two chapters in books by Kumaraswamy Velupillai;

Incomputability, Undecidability and Unsolvability in Economic Theory, in: The Incomputable, S. Barry Cooper and Mariya Soskova (eds) Springer-Verlag, Cham, Switzerland, 2017. ISBN 978-3-319-43667-8

A pragmatic holist: Herbert Simon, economics and The Architecture of Complexity, in: Debate the Issues – Complexity and Policy Making, Patrick Love and Julia Stockdale-Otárola,(eds), OECD Publishing, Paris, 2017. ISBN 978-9-264-27153-1

 
IJEBL book review chosen for Lord King book

The book review by IJEBL Board member, Edward Price, of Lord Mervyn King's book, The End of Alchemy: Money. Banking and the Future of the Global Economy, (see above), in 6/1 IJEBL has been placed as an inner page quotation in the book along with other reviewers such as Dr. Henry Kissinger, Paul A. Volcker, Clive Crook of Bloomberg view and John Plender of the Financial Times.