Books by Publisher: London Publishing Partnership

    Are Trams Socialist?: Why Britain Has No Transport Policy

    By Christian Wolmar

    Paperback Save £0.04 = £9.95

    If you have ever wondered why the roads are congested, the trains are full and the buses are no longer running, this book provides the answers. The UK has never had a proper transport policy and it desperately needs one to address the twin challengers of getting people around cheaply...

    Changing London

    By David Robinson

    Paperback £9.95

    Changing London is a rough guide for the next Mayor capturing the radical but practical ideas of the people of London with a pioneering and collaborative approach to politics. This is the book the voters wrote and vital reading for those who would be Mayor, and those who will decide.

    The Post-Growth Project: How the End of Economic Growth Could Bring a Fairer and Happier Society

    Paperback £12.20

    This book challenges the assumption that it is bad news when the economy doesn't grow.For decades, it has been widely recognised that there are ecological limits to continuing economic growth and that different ways of living, working and organising our economies are urgently required. This urgency has increased since the...

    Housing: Where\'s the Plan?

    By Kate Barker

    Paperback £9.95

    With so many conflicting views and a balance to be struck between growth and conservation, what housing market outcomes might be regarded as a success for policymakers? This book attempts to give at least some answers, concluding with a list of criteria by which success might be judged along with...

    Identity is the New Money

    By David Birch

    Paperback Save £0.04 = £9.95

    This book argues that personal identity is changing profoundly and that money is changing equally profoundly. Cash will be replaced by a proliferation of new digital currencies.

    An Enterprise Map of Tanzania

    By John Sutton

    Paperback Save £0.54 = £19.45

    This volume presents the first general overview of Tanzania's industrial sector. Each industry is profiled in detail, and the histories and capabilities of leading firms are explored at length.

    What's the Use of Economics?

    Paperback £13.70

    The gap between important real-word problems and the workhorse mathematical model-based economics being taught to students has become a chasm. This book examines what economists need to bring to their jobs, and the way in which economics education in universities could be improved to fit them better for the real...

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