Books by Publisher: Oxford University Press

    Oceans: A Very Short Introduction

    By Dorrik Stow

    Paperback Save £0.74 = £7.25

    Our oceans are hugely important, as a source of food and mineral wealth, as an environment for a vast variety of wildlife, for the role they play in climate regulation, and as part of the biogeochemical cycles of carbon, nitrogen, and other elements critical to life. Dorrik Stow explores what...

    India in the 21st Century: What Everyone Needs to Know (R)

    By Mira Kamdar

    Paperback £9.05

    A focused and accessible introduction to modern India by award-winning author Mira Kamdar,India in the 21st Century addresses the history, political and social structures, economic and financial system, and geopolitical landscape of a country set to play a critical role in how the world evolves in the coming decades.

    Water Law in India

    By Philippe Cullet

    Hardback Save £2.34 = £37.65

    Water Law in India is the only book to offer a comprehensive survey of the legal instruments concerning water in India. It presents a variety of national and state-level instruments that make up the complex and diverse field of water law and policy. This book fills a critical gap in...

    Guardians

    By Susan Pedersen

    Paperback £11.45

    An entirely new account of the transformation of the imperial order after World War I, recovering the crucial role of the League of Nations in setting up international governance of colonial territories seized from the defeated powers, and showing how the actions of the League shaped the modern world of...

    George Washington: A Life in Books

    By Kevin J. Hayes

    Hardback Save £0.30 = £22.69

    Revered as a general and trusted as America's first elected leader, George Washington is considered a great many things in the contemporary imagination, but an intellectual is not one of them. In correcting this longstanding misconception, The Books in George Washington's Life offers a stimulating literary biography that traces the...

    Testimony of the Spirit

    Paperback Save £0.72 = £25.77

    The theme of the testimony of the Spirit of God has received inadequate attention in recent publications. This book corrects that inadequacy with new essays from an interdisciplinary perspective, including theology, Biblical studies, philosophy of religion, ethics, psychology, aesthetics, and apologetics.

    The Philosophical Parent: Asking the Hard Questions About Having and Raising Children

    By Jean Kazez

    Hardback Save £0.30 = £22.69

    Every aspect of having and raising a child leads to profound and challenging philosophical questions. The Philosophical Parent is a companion for parents and parents-to-be that explores the myriad worries that come with making and raising children. Kazez explores eighteen perplexities, arguing for a novel view of the parent-child relationship,...

    First Bilateral Investment Treaties

    By Kenneth J. Vandevelde

    Hardback Save £7.02 = £71.98

    This book is the first and only history of the U.S. postwar Friendship, Commerce, and Navigation FCN treaty program, and focuses on the investment-related provisions of those treaties. This author explains the original understanding of the language of this vast network of agreements which have been and continue to be...

    Memoir of Pre-Partition Punjab

    By Neera Burra

    Hardback Save £3.54 = £46.45

    "Memoirs of a Life in Punjab" is the autobiography of Ruchi Ram Sahni which offers a rich tapestry of life in colonial Punjab with a graphic description of life of a Hindu business community in Dera Ismail Khan, part of Waziristan in mid-19th century. It offers a rich and penetrating...

    Equilibrium Models in Economics

    By Lawrence A. Boland

    Paperback £22.69

    The concept of equilibrium is fundamental to economic theory, according to which, it exists when supply and demand are balanced. Equilibrium Models in Economics critically examines the major problematic assumptions employed to build equilibrium models. It gives particular attention to the assumptions used to characterize learning, knowledge and expectations.

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