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Chris Mullin

A wry and revealing political memoir from the man behind the celebrated diaries: A View from the Foothills, A Walk-On Part and Decline & Fall

Pocket World in Figures 2017

The book is an intriguing snapshot of the world today, giving rankings on everything from boozing to banking, travel and TV habits, politics, populati…

The Switch

Chris Goodall

Tracing the switch from fossil fuels to solar power and looking at the technology, people and trends that will take us there


Alex Cuadros

An investigative journalist uncovers the murky, scandalous world of Brazil's billionaires

Economics: An A-Z Guide

Matthew Bishop

Economics explained and demystified in trademark Economist style.

Geography: Ideas in Profile

Danny Dorling

A clear and accessible introduction to geography by two experts in the topic, part of the Ideas in Profile series


The Investigative Staff of the Boston Globe

All the President's Men meets Philomena: the investigation that inspired the Oscar winning film Spotlight

The Ways of the World

David Harvey

The essential anthology of writings by the world's leading Marxist thinker

The World in Conflict

John Andrews

From a top Economist journalist, an all-new guide to the world's conflicts – recent, current and future

Social Theory: Ideas in Profile

William Outhwaite

Social theory lets us understand the full complexity of the world we live – this book explains how

Last Bell

Carl Bistany

A last bell is sounding for public education in America. It's time to take a free market approach.

The Economist: Economics 4th edition

Richard Davies

An all-new digest of the Economist's own analysis of the state of economies and economics

Shifting Sands

Raja Shehadeh

A fresh look at the Middle East today, tomorrow and in the past: fifteen writers, with an introduction by Raja Shehadeh, author of the Orwell Prize-wi…

Something Will Turn Up

David Smith

Britain's 'foremost economic journalist' (Sunday Times) paints a lively, accessible portrait of the country's economic fortunes si…

The Great Disruption

Adrian Wooldridge

From the author of The Economist's Schumpeter column: how business must adapt and change in the face of unprecedented disruption to the world of…

Language of War, Language of Peace

Raja Shehadeh

A passionate and elegant reflection on the language of the Middle East conflict expanded from Raja Shehadeh's Edward Said memorial lectures

The Economist Guide to Country Risk

Mina Toksoz

A unique and comprehensive guide to help companies manage the risks of doing business abroad

The Resilience Dividend

Judith Rodin

Preparing for the future means building better cities. The world's leading expert tells us how.

Debts, Deficits and Dilemmas

Peter Maunder

A companion workbook with questions and exercises on the financial crash for students and teachers

Political Order and Political Decay

Francis Fukuyama

The most important book about the history and future of politics since The End of History

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