On The Border Of Economic Theory And History

Author: Amit Bhaduri
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With reference to India.

Indian Economic Review

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The Present Condition Of Economic Science And The Demand For A Radical Change In Its Methods And Aims

Author: Edward Clark Lunt
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Review Fernand Braudel Center For The Study Of Economies Historical Systems And Civilizations

Author: Fernand Braudel Center for the Study of Economies, Historical Systems, and Civilizations
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Economic Theory And History Of Japan In The Tokugawa Period

Author: Eijirō Honjō
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First published in 1943.

History Of Economic Thought Newsletter

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The Immigration Crisis In Europe And The U S Mexico Border In The New Era Of Heightened Nativism

Author: Victoria Carty
Editor: Lexington Books
ISBN: 1498583903
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In The Immigration Crisis in Europe and the U.S.-Mexico Border in the New Era of Heightened Nativism, Victoria Carty compares the immigration crises in the European Union and the United States. Beginning in 2014, the Arab Spring upheavals and failed states in Northern Africa and the Middle East overwhelmed many European countries which the European Union system was not prepared for. In the Americas, failed states in Central America such as Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador also led to an unexpected influx of immigrants to the United States, many of them unaccompanied minors, fleeing gangs, violence and poverty. In The Immigration Crisis in Europe and the U.S.-Mexico Border, Carty studies theories of immigration, social movements, and critical race theory to provide a better understanding of the current immigration crises in Europe and the United States. Carty shows that the high volume of immigration in both the EU and the United States has led to a resurgence of nativist sentiments and white supremacy groups.

Lagos Historical Review

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Lectures On Judaism In The History Of Religions

Author: Jacob Neusner
Editor: University of South Florida
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General Catalog University Of California Santa Cruz

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Quantification In American History Theory And Research

Author: Robert P. Swierenga
Editor: Scribner Paper Fiction
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"College edition." Bibliography: p. [406]-410.

Interpretations Of American History 6th Ed Vol 2

Author: Gerald N. Grob
Editor: Free Press
ISBN: 9780029126868
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This collection of essays on American history reflects recent scholarship. Contributors new to this edition include Gary Nash, Arthur Schlesinger, Richard P. McCormick, Gerda Lerner, Ellen C. DuBois, Vicki L. Ruiz, Nathan I. Huggins, John Lewis Gaddis, Paul Kennedy and Kevin P. Philips.

On The Move

Author: Filiz Garip
Editor: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691161062
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Why do Mexicans migrate to the United States? Is there a typical Mexican migrant? Beginning in the 1970s, survey data indicated that the average migrant was a young, unmarried man who was poor, undereducated, and in search of better employment opportunities. This is the general view that most Americans still hold of immigrants from Mexico. On the Move argues that not only does this view of Mexican migrants reinforce the stereotype of their undesirability, but it also fails to capture the true diversity of migrants from Mexico and their evolving migration patterns over time. Using survey data from over 145,000 Mexicans and in-depth interviews with nearly 140 Mexicans, Filiz Garip reveals a more accurate picture of Mexico-U.S migration. In the last fifty years there have been four primary waves: a male-dominated migration from rural areas in the 1960s and '70s, a second migration of young men from socioeconomically more well-off families during the 1980s, a migration of women joining spouses already in the United States in the late 1980s and ’90s, and a generation of more educated, urban migrants in the late 1990s and early 2000s. For each of these four stages, Garip examines the changing variety of reasons for why people migrate and migrants’ perceptions of their opportunities in Mexico and the United States. Looking at Mexico-U.S. migration during the last half century, On the Move uncovers the vast mechanisms underlying the flow of people moving between nations.

Journal Of Institutional And Theoretical Economics

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Contributions To The History Of Economics

Author: History of Economics Society. Conference
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This volume focuses on the theme of the dual aspects of method in the development of economic thought. It contains new papers that address methodological issues, and others that deal with the evolution of analytic techniques and the social or personal milieux in which ideas emerged and the extent to which they became part of the body of literature we call political economy.

Teaching About International Boundaries

Author: Garth Muirbrook Hansen
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Economic Development In Border Areas

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Essays In History

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Historical Abstracts

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Dictionary Of American Diplomatic History

Author: John E. Findling
Editor: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press
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"Overall this is an outstanding compilation and one likely to be frequently consulted by students of American diplomacy." Booklist "It is refreshing to find a work that really is `revised' and `expanded.' Findling has made a good reference work better by adding nearly 100 new entries to the first edition to cover the last years of the Carter presidency and most of the Reagan years. The strength of this work is Findling's treatment of personages, events, and organizations. He stresses not only the who, what, where, and how but also states the significance of the aforementioned entrants. . . . Findling gives the user helpful references for further reading on each entry. A library owning the first edition can confidently add the second." Choice