GDAE’s publications have been widely referenced and distributed. Below you can find GDAE’s most frequently cited older materials including books and working papers. If there is a particular publication you are trying to find but can’t locate on our new website, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Public Economy in Crisis: A Call for a New Public Economics
Twenty-First Century Macroeconomics: Responding to the Climate Challenge
Jonathan M. Harris and Neva R. Goodwin
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2009
hardback: $140.00 ($90 with special 35% discount: enter code HARRIS09 at checkout)
In Their Own Hands: How Savings Groups Are Revolutionizing Development
By Jeffrey Ashe with Kyla Jagger Neilan
Berrett-Koehler, September 2014
A Critical Guide for Teaching
Mark H. Maier and Julie A. Nelson
M.E. Sharpe, June 2007
The Flawed Foundations of General Equilibrium:
Critical Essays on Economic Theory
Frank Ackerman and Alejandro Nadal
New Thinking In Macroeconomics
Jonathan M. Harris and Neva R. Goodwin, Editors
Hardcover and Paperback, 296 Pages
Edward Elgar, January 2004
Feminist Economics Today
Marianne A. Ferber and Julie A. Nelson, Editors
Cloth or Paper, 209 Pages
University of Chicago Press, 2003
Social Economics: An Alternative Theory
Neva R. Goodwin
Volume I: Building Anew on Marshall’s Principles
(St. Martin’s Press, 1991)
While this book is out of print, select chapters are available here:
- Chapter 4: “Individuals and Institutions in Social Economics“
- Chapter 6: “The Stumbling-blocks of Economics: Complexity, Time and Change“
- Chapter 7: “Some Sociological Explanations for the Present Condition of Neoclassical Economics“
- Chapter 8: “The Peculiar Place of Meaning in the Social Sciences
- Chapter 9: “Assumptions, Success and Responsibility: Examples of the Uses of Judgment“
- Chapter 10: “The Micro Foundations for Textual Analysis“
- Chapter 11: “Stories that Blow up: How to Anticipate When the Realisticness of Assumptions Will Matter“
15-02 “Economics and the Near-Death Experience of Democratic Governance” May 2015. June Sekera
15-01 “Mandating Food Insecurity: The Global Impacts of Rising Biofuel Mandates and Targets” February 2015. Timothy A. Wise and Emily Cole (Read Executive Summary and Action Aid Report)
14-03 “The Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: European Disintegration, Unemployment and Instability” October 2014. Jeronim Capaldo (Working paper available in French, German, Italian, Spanish; Download the Executive Summary in English, Croatian, Czech, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Slovak,
14-02 “Trade Hallucination: Risks of Trade Facilitation and Suggestions for Implementation” June 2014, Jeronim Capaldo (See related policy brief)
13-04 “Can We Feed the World in 2050? A Scoping Paper to Assess the Evidence” September 2013. Timothy A. Wise (Also available in French)
13-03 “Population, Resources, and Energy in the Global Economy: A Vindication of Herman Daly’s Vision” February 2013. Jonathan M. Harris (Also available in French)
13-02 “Green Keynesianism: Beyond Standard Growth Paradigms” February 2013. Jonathan M. Harris (Also available in Spanish, French and Chinese)
13-01 “Climate Impacts on Agriculture: A Challenge to Complacency?” February 2013. Frank Ackerman and Elizabeth A. Stanton
12-07 “Poisoning the Well, or How Economic Theory Damages Moral Imagination” October 2012. Julie A. Nelson (Also available in French)
12-06 “A Financial Crisis Manual: Causes, Consequences, and Lessons of the Financial Crisis,” December 2012. Ben Beachy
12-05 “Are Women Really More Risk-Averse than Men?” September 2012. Julie A. Nelson
12-04 “Is Dismissing the Precautionary Principle the Manly Thing to Do? Gender and the Economics of Climate Change,” September 2012. Julie A. Nelson
12-02 “The Cost to Developing Countries of U.S. Corn Ethanol Expansion,” October 2012. Timothy A. Wise (Read related Action Aid Report)
12-01 “The Cost to Mexico of U.S. Corn Ethanol Expansion,” May 2012. Timothy A. Wise
11-02 “Ethics and the Economist: What Climate Change Demands of Us,” May 2011. Julie A. Nelson.
10-06 “Does Profit-Seeking Rule Out Love? Evidence (or Not) from Economics and Law,” September 2010. Julie A. Nelson.
10-05 “The Macroeconomics of Development without Throughput Growth,” September 2010. Jonathan M. Harris.
10-03 “The Relational Economy: A Buddhist and Feminist Analysis,” May 2010. Julie A. Nelson.
10-02 “Care Ethics and Markets: A View from Feminist Economics,” May 2010. Julie A. Nelson.
10-01 “Climate-Resilient Industrial Development Paths: Design Principles and Alternative Models,” February 2010. Lyuba Zarsky.
09-08 “Agricultural Dumping Under NAFTA: Estimating the Costs of U.S. Agricultural Policies to Mexican Producers,” December 2009. Timothy A. Wise.
09-06 “Between a Rock and a Soft Place: Ecological and Feminist Economics in Policy Debates,” June 2009. Julie A. Nelson.
09-04 “Sociology, Economics, and Gender: Can Knowledge of the Past Contribute to a Better Future?” April 2009. Julie A. Nelson.
07-03 “Economists, Value Judgments, and Climate Change: A View From Feminist Economics,” October 2007. Julie A. Nelson.
05-05 “Teaching Ecological and Feminist Economics in the Principles Course,” June 2005. Neva Goodwin and Julie A. Nelson.
04-03 “Is Economics a Natural Science?” March 2004. Julie A. Nelson.
04-01 “Beyond Small-Is-Beautiful: A Buddhist and Feminist Analysis of Ethics and Business” January 2004. Julie A. Nelson.
03-11 “Clocks, Creation, and Clarity: Insights on Ethics and Economics from a Feminist Perspective” October 2003. Julie A. Nelson.
01-09 “Macroeconomic Policy and Sustainability” Jonathan M. Harris, July 2001
01-05 “Better Principles: New Approaches to Teaching Introductory Economics” Neva R. Goodwin and Jonathan M. Harris, June 2001
00-04 “Basic Principles of Sustainable Development.” Jonathan M. Harris, June 2000.
00-01 “Still Dead After All These Years: Interpreting the Failure of General Equilibrium Theory.” Frank Ackerman, November 1999.