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new notable titles in developmental economics and globalization forthcoming handbo forthcoming the rise of megacities  challenges opportunities and unique characteristics edited by jerzy kleer polish academy of sciences poland katarzyna anna nawrot poznań university of economics and business poland  the rise of megacities takes a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approach to analysis of their growth it examines both the major new challenges that the expansion of megacities brings for development at large and the opportunities they might create for the public good in addition it shows how more established cities such as tokyo new york or european examples can provide lessons for governance and development of rapidly urbanising populations using case studies and academic theory it takes into account both the similarities and differences of megacities and gives a comprehensive study of them 240pp 978-1-78634-426-7 nov 2017 us$98 £86 ok handbook of

new notable titles in developmental economics and globalization world scientific studies in international economics vol 59 contributions to the economics of international labor standards edited by arnab k basu nancy h chau cornell this volume organizes and presents a number of new developments in the economics of international labors standards the first part of this volume explores a series of labor market institutions particularly in developing country labor markets so far unexplored in international labor standards debate the second part explores the effectiveness of policy intervention by explicitly recognizing policy implementation challenges in doing so these studies shed light on the pitfalls of wholesale international labor standards prescriptions and advocate instead in favor of case-by-case approach which duly recognize the specific ways in which the labor market deviate from standard assumptions and the realities of policy implementation and enforcement difficulties 444pp

new notable titles in developmental economics and globalization institutions institutional change and economic performance in emerging markets by lakshmi iyer harvard business school usa institutions institutional change and economic performance in emerging markets brings together a series of harvard business school case studies on emerging markets this book is an invaluable resource for researchers in the fields of economics business to understand the role of specific economic and political institutions in shaping the business environment and economic growth in emerging markets it gives answers to the following questions when will governments define and enforce property rights when will the division of policy authority across different government agents enable better policy decisions and what are the consequences of globalization for the economic growth and stability of emerging market countries 512pp 978-981-4719-75-9 may 2016 us$148 £123 women work and welfare in the middle

new notable titles in developmental economics and globalization the tricontinental series on global economic issues vol 4 bestseller economic analyses using the overlapping generations model and general equilibrium growth accounting for the japanese economy the global development of policy regimes to combat climate change population agriculture and economic development by mitoshi yamaguchi tomoko kinugasa kobe university japan this unique book quantitatively analyzes the economic develoment in japan during its transition from a developing country to an advanced nation it is the first book to conduct a detailed analysis using the general equilibrium growth accounting model using general equilibrium growth accounting and the overlapping generations model the authors analyze the relationships between population agriculture and the economy the research results are unprecedented and show the effects of increased adult longevity on national savings and the effects of demographic change