Much of the debate in economics arises between those who believe that the free market produces fair and efficient outcomes and those who believe that this is not the case. This resource provides sources on both sides of the debate, organized by subject area. Subjects covered include: income redistribution, macroeconomic stability, regulation, international trade, politics and health. Each subject is then divided up into general literature on the subject and specific case studies.
Global Political Economy: Internet and Library Research Manual
The Global Political Economy (GPE) Research Manual was created to assist students, primarily GPE students, in finding data sources for research/thesis projects.
State and market systems have increasingly left local communities without adequate support to meet human needs and, in response, there have been a growing number of local community initiatives that are seeking to meet them. This manual directs your attention to some of the more promising community undertakings.
The Human-Nature Interface Research Tool was created to facilitate inquiry into the ecological crisis. The human species is living in complete disharmony with the rest of nature and as a result, the integrity of virtually all living systems is being compromised. This research guide provides an outline of the ecological crisis and serves as a gateway to reliable and a rich source of information on the issues that together culminate in the ecological crisis, as well as the anthropogenic forces driving them.