Ill Fares The Land

‘To see what is in front of one’s nose is a constant struggle,’ wrote George Orwell. In Ill Fares the Land, leading European historian Tony Judt demonstrates a sharp ability to negotiate that struggle and present the bigger picture. Drawing on the giants of political and economic writing such as Adam Smith, Keynes, Hobbes and Burke, Judt provides a solid historical framework before going on to lament the dismantling of the state in the late 
20th century.

Cents and Sustainability

This weighty tome is a collaborative response to the 1987 Brundtland Report, which called for a new era of economic growth that was both socially and environmentally sustainable.

Four Fish: A journey from the Ocean to Your Plate

Four Fish begins with the thirteen-year-old Greenberg doing what he loves most off Long Island Sound near New York: fishing. Selling his surplus catch in the car park of his school to badly paid teachers, Greenberg adhered to sustainability standards long before they became necessary buzzwords

Capitalism 4.0: The Birth of a New Economy

Editor-at-Large at The Times, and with impressive academic credentials, one might expect economist Anatole Kaletsky’s reflections on the emergence of a fourth version of capitalism to be somewhat institutionalised. But they are far from it.

The Case for Working with Your Hands

Want to break out of the straitjacket of a mundane working existence? Alienated by complex advanced technologies? Feel more invisible with every passing working day? Then read on...