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The Palgrave Handbook of Arctic Policy and Politics


Ken S. Coates , Carin Holroyd


The Arctic has, for some forty years, been among the most innovative policy environments in the world. The region has developed impressive systems for intra-regional cooperation, responded to the challenges of the rapid environmental change, empowered and engaged...


Parution : 2019-11-14

The Palgrave Handbook of Government Budget Forecasting


Thad Calabrese , Daniel Williams


This Handbook is a comprehensive anthology of up-to-date chapters contributed by current researchers in budget forecasting. Editors Daniel Williams and Thad Calabrese had previously found substantial deficiencies in public budgeting forecast literature with current...


Parution : 2019-10-14
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Spatial Economics Volume I


Stefano Colombo


Space is a crucial variable in any economic activity. Spatial Economics is the branch of economics that explicitly aims to incorporate the space dimension in the analysis of economic phenomena. From its beginning in the last century, Spatial Economics has contributed to...


Parution : 2020-09-23

The Literary Psychogeography of London


Ann Tso


This Pivot book examines literary elements of urban topography that have animated Alan Moore, Peter Ackroyd, and Iain Sinclair’s respective representations of London-ness. Ann Tso argues these authors write London “psychogeographically” to deconstruct popular visions of...


Parution : 2020-09-21

Ethno-Aesthetics of Surf in Florida


Anne Barjolin-Smith


Ethno-aesthetics of Surf in Florida discusses surf and music as glocal sociocultural constructs. Focusing on Florida's unexplored surfing culture, the book illustrates how musical experience begets representations about the world that highlight ways of acting and being...


Parution : 2020-09-21

Patterns of Opposition in the European Parliament


Benedetta Carlotti


Is Euroscepticism still suited to analyze the variegated nature of opposition to the EU? Starting from this question, this book critically reviews Euroscepticism, reconceptualizes it in terms of political opposition and discovers, disentangles and explains patterns of...


Parution : 2020-09-21

Nomocratic Pluralism


Kenneth B. Mcintyre


This book is a contribution to the ongoing conversation about value pluralism and its relation to political life. Its uniqueness lies in its insistence that the acceptance of value pluralism involves placing certain limitations on what is an acceptable form of...


Parution : 2020-09-21

Middle-Income Trap


Zhijie Zheng


This book explores the essence of the middle-income trap based on two major perspectives, namely “economic transformation” and “social transformation”. China has experienced high-speed economic growth for nearly 40 years since the adoption of the Reform and Opening...


Parution : 2020-09-21

Introducing Relational Political Analysis


Peeter Selg , Andreas Ventsel


This book introduces relational thinking to political analysis. Instead of merely providing an overview of possible trajectories for articulating a relational political analysis, Peeter Selg and Andreas Ventsel put forth a concrete relational theory of the political,...


Parution : 2020-09-21

Canada's Public Diplomacy


Nicholas J. Cull , Michael K. Hawes


This book is a timely resource for the debate around “revitalizing” Canada’s public diplomacy, bringing together some of the top scholars of Canadian public diplomacy and practitioners past and present to build a one-stop shop for thinking on the past, present, and...


Parution : 2020-09-17
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