‘The Anthem Other Canon Series’ - Invitation for Book Proposals
Anthem Press and The Other Canon Foundation are pleased to announce ‘The Anthem Other Canon Series’. The Other Canon – also described as ‘reality economics’– studies the economy as a real object rather than as the behaviour of a model economy based on core axioms, assumptions and techniques. The series will publish classical and contemporary works in this tradition, spanning evolutionary, institutional, and Post-Keynesian economics, the history of economic thought and economic policy, economic sociology and technology governance, and works on the theory of uneven development and in the tradition of the German historical school.
The first publications in the series include Esben Sloth Andersen’s ‘Schumpeter's Evolutionary Economics’, Erik Reinert’s ‘German Economics from the Thirty Years’ War to WW II’, a conference volume for Thorstein Veblen at 160, a volume marking the 100th anniversary of development economist Ragnar Nurkse, the first English translation of Antonio Serra’s 1613 ‘A Brief Treatise’, with an accompanying volume ‘The Economics of Good Government’, and a reader in the history of economic policy.
We welcome submissions of proposals for challenging and original works that meet the criteria of this series. Should you wish to send in a proposal for a collection of essays, a single or multi-authored monograph, or a course reader, please contact us at: email@example.com.
Series Editor: Erik S. Reinert – Chairman, The Other Canon Foundation (Norway)
16 December 2008
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