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If you would like to review any of the books listed below, please contact the book reviews editor, Adam D. Morton, by email:

Ackerman, B., A. Alstott & P. van Parjis (eds.) (2006) Redesigning Distribution: Basic Income and Stakeholder Grants as Alternative Cornerstones for a More Egalitarian Capitalism (Verso).

Anderson, B. (2006) Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism, new edition (Verso).

Anderson, P. (2005) Spectrum: From Right to Left in the World of Ideas (Verso).

Badiou, A. (2006) Polemics (Verso).

Beynon, H. & T. Nichols (eds.) (2006) Patterns of Work in the Post-Fordist Era: Fordism and Post-Fordism, vols. I & II (Edward Elgar).

Bryan, D. & M. Rafferty (2006) Capitalism with Derivatives: A Political Economy of Financial Derivatives, Capital and Class (Palgrave).

Checchi, D. (2006) The Economics of Education: Human Capital, Family Background and Inequality (Cambridge University Press).

D'Adesky A-C. (2004) Moving Mountains: The Race to Treat Global AIDS (Verso). De Giorgio, A. (2006) Re-Thinking the Political Economy of Punishment: Perspectives on Post-Fordism and Penal Politics (Ashgate).

Davis, M. (2006) City of Quartz: Excavating the Future in Los Angeles, new edition (Verso).

Eagleton, T. (2006) Criticism & Ideology: A Study in Marxist Literary Theory, new edition (Verso).

Elbaum, M. (2006) Revolution in the Air: Sixties Radicals turn to Lenin, Mao and Che, new edition (Verso).

Flyvbjerg, B. (2003) Megaprojects and Risk: An Anatomy of Ambition (Cambridge University Press).

Freeland, R. F. (2006) The Struggle for Control of the Modern Corporation: Organisational Change at General Motors, 1924-1970 (Cambridge University Press).

Gall, G. (2006) Sex Worker Union Organising: An International Study (Palgrave).

Gough, J., & A. Eisenschitz with A. McCulloch (2006) Spaces of Social Exclusion (Routledge).

Grieg, A., D. Hulme & M. Turner (eds.) (2007) Challenging Global Inequality: Development Theory and Practice in the 21st Century (Palgrave).

Gruber, H. (2005) The Economics of Mobile Telecommunications (Cambridge University Press).

Gupta, S. (2006) The Theory and Reality of Democracy: A Case Study in Iraq (Continuum).

Harron Akram-Lodhi, A., R. Chemomas & A. Sepehri (eds.) (2005) Globalisation, Neo-Conservative Policies and Democratic Alternatives: Essays in Honour of John Loxley (Arbeiter Ring Publishing).

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