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14 black & white illustrations, 5 black & white tables, 14 black & white line drawings
Karl Georg Hoyer, Leigh Price, Petter Naess, Prof. Roy Bhaskar
Table Of Contents
1. Introduction Petter Naess and Leigh Price 2. Ideology and Economics Tony Lawson 3. The Economics of Research - the Contribution of Critical Realism David Tyfield 4. Inaccurate and biased: cost-benefit analyses of transport infrastructure projects Petter Naess 5. Arguments for and against economic growth Jin Xue 6. The symptomatology of crises: some critical realist reflections Bob Jessop 7. Using retroduction to address wicked problems Leigh Price 8. Housing standards, environmental sustainability and social welfare Petter Naess and Jin Xue 9. Systemic issues within the crisis of global capitalism - the case of land and food Robert Biel 10. The illusion of green capitalism Petter Naess 11. China at the crossroad: ecological modernization or ecosocialism? Jin Xue 12. Making the Critique of Capitalism Fit for the Present Crisis Arne Johan Vetlesen
Petter Naess is Professor of Planning in Urban Regions at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway. Leigh Price is Research Associate at Rhodes University, South Africa, and visiting Research Associate at University College London, UK.