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Harvard University Press Social Science & Law 2017

Harvard University Press

Social Science & Law

2017

<a href=The Great Convergence Information Technology and the New Globalization Richard Baldwin Global Inequality A New Approach for the Age of Globalization Branko Milanovic H An Economist Best Book of the Year H A Financial Times Best Economics Book of the Year “Informative, wide-ranging, scholarly, imaginative and commendably brief. As you would expect from one of the world’s leading experts on this topic, Milanovic has added significantly to important recent works by Thomas Piketty, Anthony Atkinson and François Bourguignon… Ever-rising inequality looks a highly unlikely combination with any genuine democracy. It is to the credit of Milanovic’s book that it brings out these dangers so clearly, along with the important global successes of the past few decades.” —Martin Wolf, Financial Times Belknap Press 2016 1 map, 1 chart, 49 graphs, 4 tables 320 pp. $29.95 | £23.95 cloth 9780674737136 Democracy A Case Study David A. Moss H An Economist Best Book of the Year H A Financial Times Best Economics Book of the Year H A Times Literary Supplement Book of the Year “[An] excellent book…Baldwin’s work seems likely to become a standard, perhaps indispensable, guide to understanding how globalization has got us here and where it is likely to take us next. There can be few more vital subjects today that will benefit from this sort of clear and comprehensive exposition.” “This set of well-documented, accessible essays presents the prickly challenges facing the rapidly changing American democracy, for lawmakers and citizens alike…A sterling educational tool that offers a fresh presentation of how ‘democracy in America has always been a contact sport.’” — Kirkus Reviews (starred review) Belknap Press 2017 1 graph, 19 tables 784 pp. $35.00 | £25.95 cloth 9780674971455 Unlikely Partners Chinese Reformers, Western Economists, and the Making of Global China Julian Gewirtz —Alan Beattie, Financial Times H A Marginal Revolution Best Non-Fiction Book of the Year “Gewirtz’s account of China’s transition from Marxist central planning to ‘socialist market’ economics is masterful: detailed, balanced, and Belknap Press 2016 2 halftones, 29 line illus., 41 graphs, 9 tables 344 pp. $29.95 | £22.95 cloth 9780674660489 illuminating…This is a revelatory account of China’s economic evolu - tion, its debt to Western economic thought, and its love-hate relation - ship with capitalism.” — Publishers Weekly (starred review) Cover credit: Thinkstock 2017 18 halftones 416 pp. $39.95 | £29.95 cloth 9780674971134 2 harvard university press www.hup.harvard.edu 800-405-1619 (US only) " id="pdf-obj-1-3" src="pdf-obj-1-3.jpg">

“Informative, wide-ranging, scholarly, imaginative and commendably brief. As you would expect from one of the world’s leading experts on this topic, Milanovic has added significantly to important recent works by Thomas Piketty, Anthony Atkinson and François Bourguignon… Ever-rising inequality looks a highly unlikely combination with any genuine democracy. It is to the credit of Milanovic’s book that it brings out these dangers so clearly, along with the important global successes of the past few decades.”

—Martin Wolf, Financial Times

Belknap Press

2016

1 map, 1 chart, 49 graphs, 4 tables

320 pp.

$29.95 | £23.95

cloth

9780674737136

“[An] excellent book…Baldwin’s work seems likely to become a standard, perhaps indispensable, guide to understanding how globalization has got us here and where it is likely to take us next. There can be few more vital subjects today that will benefit from this sort of clear and comprehensive exposition.”

“This set of well-documented, accessible essays presents the prickly challenges facing the rapidly changing American democracy, for lawmakers and citizens alike…A sterling educational tool that offers a fresh presentation of how ‘democracy in America has always been a contact sport.’”

Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

Belknap Press

2017

1 graph, 19 tables

784 pp.

$35.00 | £25.95

cloth

9780674971455

—Alan Beattie, Financial Times

“Gewirtz’s account of China’s transition from Marxist central planning to ‘socialist market’ economics is masterful: detailed, balanced, and

Belknap Press

2016

2 halftones, 29 line illus.,

41 graphs, 9 tables

344 pp.

$29.95 | £22.95

cloth

  • 9780674660489 illuminating…This is a revelatory account of China’s economic evolu - tion, its debt to Western economic thought, and its love-hate relation - ship with capitalism.” Publishers Weekly (starred review)

Cover credit:

Thinkstock

2017

18 halftones

416 pp.

$39.95 | £29.95

cloth

9780674971134

<a href=The Great Convergence Information Technology and the New Globalization Richard Baldwin Global Inequality A New Approach for the Age of Globalization Branko Milanovic H An Economist Best Book of the Year H A Financial Times Best Economics Book of the Year “Informative, wide-ranging, scholarly, imaginative and commendably brief. As you would expect from one of the world’s leading experts on this topic, Milanovic has added significantly to important recent works by Thomas Piketty, Anthony Atkinson and François Bourguignon… Ever-rising inequality looks a highly unlikely combination with any genuine democracy. It is to the credit of Milanovic’s book that it brings out these dangers so clearly, along with the important global successes of the past few decades.” —Martin Wolf, Financial Times Belknap Press 2016 1 map, 1 chart, 49 graphs, 4 tables 320 pp. $29.95 | £23.95 cloth 9780674737136 Democracy A Case Study David A. Moss H An Economist Best Book of the Year H A Financial Times Best Economics Book of the Year H A Times Literary Supplement Book of the Year “[An] excellent book…Baldwin’s work seems likely to become a standard, perhaps indispensable, guide to understanding how globalization has got us here and where it is likely to take us next. There can be few more vital subjects today that will benefit from this sort of clear and comprehensive exposition.” “This set of well-documented, accessible essays presents the prickly challenges facing the rapidly changing American democracy, for lawmakers and citizens alike…A sterling educational tool that offers a fresh presentation of how ‘democracy in America has always been a contact sport.’” — Kirkus Reviews (starred review) Belknap Press 2017 1 graph, 19 tables 784 pp. $35.00 | £25.95 cloth 9780674971455 Unlikely Partners Chinese Reformers, Western Economists, and the Making of Global China Julian Gewirtz —Alan Beattie, Financial Times H A Marginal Revolution Best Non-Fiction Book of the Year “Gewirtz’s account of China’s transition from Marxist central planning to ‘socialist market’ economics is masterful: detailed, balanced, and Belknap Press 2016 2 halftones, 29 line illus., 41 graphs, 9 tables 344 pp. $29.95 | £22.95 cloth 9780674660489 illuminating…This is a revelatory account of China’s economic evolu - tion, its debt to Western economic thought, and its love-hate relation - ship with capitalism.” — Publishers Weekly (starred review) Cover credit: Thinkstock 2017 18 halftones 416 pp. $39.95 | £29.95 cloth 9780674971134 2 harvard university press www.hup.harvard.edu 800-405-1619 (US only) " id="pdf-obj-1-161" src="pdf-obj-1-161.jpg">
<a href=The Great Convergence Information Technology and the New Globalization Richard Baldwin Global Inequality A New Approach for the Age of Globalization Branko Milanovic H An Economist Best Book of the Year H A Financial Times Best Economics Book of the Year “Informative, wide-ranging, scholarly, imaginative and commendably brief. As you would expect from one of the world’s leading experts on this topic, Milanovic has added significantly to important recent works by Thomas Piketty, Anthony Atkinson and François Bourguignon… Ever-rising inequality looks a highly unlikely combination with any genuine democracy. It is to the credit of Milanovic’s book that it brings out these dangers so clearly, along with the important global successes of the past few decades.” —Martin Wolf, Financial Times Belknap Press 2016 1 map, 1 chart, 49 graphs, 4 tables 320 pp. $29.95 | £23.95 cloth 9780674737136 Democracy A Case Study David A. Moss H An Economist Best Book of the Year H A Financial Times Best Economics Book of the Year H A Times Literary Supplement Book of the Year “[An] excellent book…Baldwin’s work seems likely to become a standard, perhaps indispensable, guide to understanding how globalization has got us here and where it is likely to take us next. There can be few more vital subjects today that will benefit from this sort of clear and comprehensive exposition.” “This set of well-documented, accessible essays presents the prickly challenges facing the rapidly changing American democracy, for lawmakers and citizens alike…A sterling educational tool that offers a fresh presentation of how ‘democracy in America has always been a contact sport.’” — Kirkus Reviews (starred review) Belknap Press 2017 1 graph, 19 tables 784 pp. $35.00 | £25.95 cloth 9780674971455 Unlikely Partners Chinese Reformers, Western Economists, and the Making of Global China Julian Gewirtz —Alan Beattie, Financial Times H A Marginal Revolution Best Non-Fiction Book of the Year “Gewirtz’s account of China’s transition from Marxist central planning to ‘socialist market’ economics is masterful: detailed, balanced, and Belknap Press 2016 2 halftones, 29 line illus., 41 graphs, 9 tables 344 pp. $29.95 | £22.95 cloth 9780674660489 illuminating…This is a revelatory account of China’s economic evolu - tion, its debt to Western economic thought, and its love-hate relation - ship with capitalism.” — Publishers Weekly (starred review) Cover credit: Thinkstock 2017 18 halftones 416 pp. $39.95 | £29.95 cloth 9780674971134 2 harvard university press www.hup.harvard.edu 800-405-1619 (US only) " id="pdf-obj-1-164" src="pdf-obj-1-164.jpg">
<a href=The Great Convergence Information Technology and the New Globalization Richard Baldwin Global Inequality A New Approach for the Age of Globalization Branko Milanovic H An Economist Best Book of the Year H A Financial Times Best Economics Book of the Year “Informative, wide-ranging, scholarly, imaginative and commendably brief. As you would expect from one of the world’s leading experts on this topic, Milanovic has added significantly to important recent works by Thomas Piketty, Anthony Atkinson and François Bourguignon… Ever-rising inequality looks a highly unlikely combination with any genuine democracy. It is to the credit of Milanovic’s book that it brings out these dangers so clearly, along with the important global successes of the past few decades.” —Martin Wolf, Financial Times Belknap Press 2016 1 map, 1 chart, 49 graphs, 4 tables 320 pp. $29.95 | £23.95 cloth 9780674737136 Democracy A Case Study David A. Moss H An Economist Best Book of the Year H A Financial Times Best Economics Book of the Year H A Times Literary Supplement Book of the Year “[An] excellent book…Baldwin’s work seems likely to become a standard, perhaps indispensable, guide to understanding how globalization has got us here and where it is likely to take us next. There can be few more vital subjects today that will benefit from this sort of clear and comprehensive exposition.” “This set of well-documented, accessible essays presents the prickly challenges facing the rapidly changing American democracy, for lawmakers and citizens alike…A sterling educational tool that offers a fresh presentation of how ‘democracy in America has always been a contact sport.’” — Kirkus Reviews (starred review) Belknap Press 2017 1 graph, 19 tables 784 pp. $35.00 | £25.95 cloth 9780674971455 Unlikely Partners Chinese Reformers, Western Economists, and the Making of Global China Julian Gewirtz —Alan Beattie, Financial Times H A Marginal Revolution Best Non-Fiction Book of the Year “Gewirtz’s account of China’s transition from Marxist central planning to ‘socialist market’ economics is masterful: detailed, balanced, and Belknap Press 2016 2 halftones, 29 line illus., 41 graphs, 9 tables 344 pp. $29.95 | £22.95 cloth 9780674660489 illuminating…This is a revelatory account of China’s economic evolu - tion, its debt to Western economic thought, and its love-hate relation - ship with capitalism.” — Publishers Weekly (starred review) Cover credit: Thinkstock 2017 18 halftones 416 pp. $39.95 | £29.95 cloth 9780674971134 2 harvard university press www.hup.harvard.edu 800-405-1619 (US only) " id="pdf-obj-1-167" src="pdf-obj-1-167.jpg">
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“[The Steikers] provide a clear and comprehensive look at the 40-year modern history of capital punishment in the United States since its reinstatement in 1976… Courting Death provides an excellent survey of the history of capital punishment and the prospects of abolition…The Steikers explain technical legal issues with such clarity that their book is highly accessible to lawyer and layperson alike.”

—Stephen Rohde, Los Angeles Review of Books

Belknap Press

2016

1 line illus.

400 pp.

$29.95 | £22.95

cloth

9780674737426

“Provocative…For Shelby, ghettos are something more troubling and less tractable: symptoms of the ‘systemic injustice’ of the United States. They represent not aberrant dysfunction but the natural workings of a deeply unfair scheme. The only real solu - tion, in this way of thinking, is the ‘fundamental reform of the basic structure of our society.’”

—James Ryerson, New York Times Book Review

Belknap Press

2016

352 pp.

$29.95 | £22.95

cloth

9780674970502

“Harrington advises governments seeking to address inequality to focus not only on the rich but also on the professionals who help them game the system.”

—Richard Cooper, Foreign Affairs

“[A] valuable new book…Harrington went undercover as a trainee wealth manager for two years, living and breathing the profes - sion. The result is an insight unlike any other into how wealth management works.”

—Felix Martin, New Statesman

<a href=Courting Death The Supreme Court and Capital Punishment Carol S. Steiker • Jordan M. Steiker “[The Steikers] provide a clear and comprehensive look at the 40-year modern history of capital punishment in the United States since its reinstatement in 1976… Courting Death provides an excellent survey of the history of capital punishment and the prospects of abolition…The Steikers explain technical legal issues with such clarity that their book is highly accessible to lawyer and layperson alike.” —Stephen Rohde, Los Angeles Review of Books Belknap Press 2016 1 line illus. 400 pp. $29.95 | £22.95 cloth 9780674737426 Dark Ghettos Injustice, Dissent, and Reform Tommie Shelby “Provocative…For Shelby, ghettos are something more troubling and less tractable: symptoms of the ‘systemic injustice’ of the United States. They represent not aberrant dysfunction but the natural workings of a deeply unfair scheme. The only real solu - tion, in this way of thinking, is the ‘fundamental reform of the basic structure of our society.’” —James Ryerson, New York Times Book Review Belknap Press 2016 352 pp. $29.95 | £22.95 cloth 9780674970502 Capital without Borders Wealth Managers and the One Percent Brooke Harrington “Harrington advises governments seeking to address inequality to focus not only on the rich but also on the professionals who help them game the system.” —Richard Cooper, Foreign Affairs “[A] valuable new book…Harrington went undercover as a trainee wealth manager for two years, living and breathing the profes - sion. The result is an insight unlike any other into how wealth management works.” —Felix Martin, New Statesman From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime The Making of Mass Incarceration in America Elizabeth Hinton H A New York Times Notable Book H A New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice H A Publishers Weekly Favorite Book of the Year H A Seminary Co-op Notable Book of the Year H Thomas J. Wilson Memorial Prize “A revelation…A reader cannot help reckoning with the truth that the problem of police brutality and mass incarceration won’t be remedied with technology and training. Those of us who believe in the principles of democracy and justice would do well to witness, as detailed in Hinton’s pages, the shameful theft of liberty in this so- called land of the free.” — Imani Perry, New York Times Book Review 2016 2 halftones, 6 line illus., 1 map, 2 tables 400 pp. $29.95 | £22.95 cloth 9780674743809 2016 11 halftones 464 pp. $29.95 | £23.95 cloth 9780674737235 800-405-1619 (US only) www.hup.harvard.edu harvard university press 3 " id="pdf-obj-2-76" src="pdf-obj-2-76.jpg">

“A revelation…A reader cannot help reckoning with the truth that the problem of police brutality and mass incarceration won’t be remedied with technology and training. Those of us who believe in the principles of democracy and justice would do well to witness, as detailed in Hinton’s pages, the shameful theft of liberty in this so- called land of the free.”

— Imani Perry,

New York Times Book Review

  • 2016 2 halftones, 6 line illus., 1 map, 2 tables

400 pp.

$29.95 | £22.95 cloth 9780674743809
$29.95 | £22.95
cloth
9780674743809
<a href=Courting Death The Supreme Court and Capital Punishment Carol S. Steiker • Jordan M. Steiker “[The Steikers] provide a clear and comprehensive look at the 40-year modern history of capital punishment in the United States since its reinstatement in 1976… Courting Death provides an excellent survey of the history of capital punishment and the prospects of abolition…The Steikers explain technical legal issues with such clarity that their book is highly accessible to lawyer and layperson alike.” —Stephen Rohde, Los Angeles Review of Books Belknap Press 2016 1 line illus. 400 pp. $29.95 | £22.95 cloth 9780674737426 Dark Ghettos Injustice, Dissent, and Reform Tommie Shelby “Provocative…For Shelby, ghettos are something more troubling and less tractable: symptoms of the ‘systemic injustice’ of the United States. They represent not aberrant dysfunction but the natural workings of a deeply unfair scheme. The only real solu - tion, in this way of thinking, is the ‘fundamental reform of the basic structure of our society.’” —James Ryerson, New York Times Book Review Belknap Press 2016 352 pp. $29.95 | £22.95 cloth 9780674970502 Capital without Borders Wealth Managers and the One Percent Brooke Harrington “Harrington advises governments seeking to address inequality to focus not only on the rich but also on the professionals who help them game the system.” —Richard Cooper, Foreign Affairs “[A] valuable new book…Harrington went undercover as a trainee wealth manager for two years, living and breathing the profes - sion. The result is an insight unlike any other into how wealth management works.” —Felix Martin, New Statesman From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime The Making of Mass Incarceration in America Elizabeth Hinton H A New York Times Notable Book H A New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice H A Publishers Weekly Favorite Book of the Year H A Seminary Co-op Notable Book of the Year H Thomas J. Wilson Memorial Prize “A revelation…A reader cannot help reckoning with the truth that the problem of police brutality and mass incarceration won’t be remedied with technology and training. Those of us who believe in the principles of democracy and justice would do well to witness, as detailed in Hinton’s pages, the shameful theft of liberty in this so- called land of the free.” — Imani Perry, New York Times Book Review 2016 2 halftones, 6 line illus., 1 map, 2 tables 400 pp. $29.95 | £22.95 cloth 9780674743809 2016 11 halftones 464 pp. $29.95 | £23.95 cloth 9780674737235 800-405-1619 (US only) www.hup.harvard.edu harvard university press 3 " id="pdf-obj-2-113" src="pdf-obj-2-113.jpg">
<a href=Courting Death The Supreme Court and Capital Punishment Carol S. Steiker • Jordan M. Steiker “[The Steikers] provide a clear and comprehensive look at the 40-year modern history of capital punishment in the United States since its reinstatement in 1976… Courting Death provides an excellent survey of the history of capital punishment and the prospects of abolition…The Steikers explain technical legal issues with such clarity that their book is highly accessible to lawyer and layperson alike.” —Stephen Rohde, Los Angeles Review of Books Belknap Press 2016 1 line illus. 400 pp. $29.95 | £22.95 cloth 9780674737426 Dark Ghettos Injustice, Dissent, and Reform Tommie Shelby “Provocative…For Shelby, ghettos are something more troubling and less tractable: symptoms of the ‘systemic injustice’ of the United States. They represent not aberrant dysfunction but the natural workings of a deeply unfair scheme. The only real solu - tion, in this way of thinking, is the ‘fundamental reform of the basic structure of our society.’” —James Ryerson, New York Times Book Review Belknap Press 2016 352 pp. $29.95 | £22.95 cloth 9780674970502 Capital without Borders Wealth Managers and the One Percent Brooke Harrington “Harrington advises governments seeking to address inequality to focus not only on the rich but also on the professionals who help them game the system.” —Richard Cooper, Foreign Affairs “[A] valuable new book…Harrington went undercover as a trainee wealth manager for two years, living and breathing the profes - sion. The result is an insight unlike any other into how wealth management works.” —Felix Martin, New Statesman From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime The Making of Mass Incarceration in America Elizabeth Hinton H A New York Times Notable Book H A New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice H A Publishers Weekly Favorite Book of the Year H A Seminary Co-op Notable Book of the Year H Thomas J. Wilson Memorial Prize “A revelation…A reader cannot help reckoning with the truth that the problem of police brutality and mass incarceration won’t be remedied with technology and training. Those of us who believe in the principles of democracy and justice would do well to witness, as detailed in Hinton’s pages, the shameful theft of liberty in this so- called land of the free.” — Imani Perry, New York Times Book Review 2016 2 halftones, 6 line illus., 1 map, 2 tables 400 pp. $29.95 | £22.95 cloth 9780674743809 2016 11 halftones 464 pp. $29.95 | £23.95 cloth 9780674737235 800-405-1619 (US only) www.hup.harvard.edu harvard university press 3 " id="pdf-obj-2-116" src="pdf-obj-2-116.jpg">

2016

11 halftones

464 pp.

$29.95 | £23.95

cloth

9780674737235

<a href=Courting Death The Supreme Court and Capital Punishment Carol S. Steiker • Jordan M. Steiker “[The Steikers] provide a clear and comprehensive look at the 40-year modern history of capital punishment in the United States since its reinstatement in 1976… Courting Death provides an excellent survey of the history of capital punishment and the prospects of abolition…The Steikers explain technical legal issues with such clarity that their book is highly accessible to lawyer and layperson alike.” —Stephen Rohde, Los Angeles Review of Books Belknap Press 2016 1 line illus. 400 pp. $29.95 | £22.95 cloth 9780674737426 Dark Ghettos Injustice, Dissent, and Reform Tommie Shelby “Provocative…For Shelby, ghettos are something more troubling and less tractable: symptoms of the ‘systemic injustice’ of the United States. They represent not aberrant dysfunction but the natural workings of a deeply unfair scheme. The only real solu - tion, in this way of thinking, is the ‘fundamental reform of the basic structure of our society.’” —James Ryerson, New York Times Book Review Belknap Press 2016 352 pp. $29.95 | £22.95 cloth 9780674970502 Capital without Borders Wealth Managers and the One Percent Brooke Harrington “Harrington advises governments seeking to address inequality to focus not only on the rich but also on the professionals who help them game the system.” —Richard Cooper, Foreign Affairs “[A] valuable new book…Harrington went undercover as a trainee wealth manager for two years, living and breathing the profes - sion. The result is an insight unlike any other into how wealth management works.” —Felix Martin, New Statesman From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime The Making of Mass Incarceration in America Elizabeth Hinton H A New York Times Notable Book H A New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice H A Publishers Weekly Favorite Book of the Year H A Seminary Co-op Notable Book of the Year H Thomas J. Wilson Memorial Prize “A revelation…A reader cannot help reckoning with the truth that the problem of police brutality and mass incarceration won’t be remedied with technology and training. Those of us who believe in the principles of democracy and justice would do well to witness, as detailed in Hinton’s pages, the shameful theft of liberty in this so- called land of the free.” — Imani Perry, New York Times Book Review 2016 2 halftones, 6 line illus., 1 map, 2 tables 400 pp. $29.95 | £22.95 cloth 9780674743809 2016 11 halftones 464 pp. $29.95 | £23.95 cloth 9780674737235 800-405-1619 (US only) www.hup.harvard.edu harvard university press 3 " id="pdf-obj-2-131" src="pdf-obj-2-131.jpg">

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<a href=What Works Gender Equality by Design Iris Bohnet H Shortlist, FT and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award, Financial Times H Shortlist, 2016 Business Book Awards, 800-CEO-READ H A Financial Times Best Business Book of the Year H A Times Higher Education Book of the Week “This is a persuasive manual for anyone seeking to eliminate unconscious biases—in recruitment and management—that perpetuate imbalances between men and women. Bohnet offers invaluable, research-based guidance about how to design and run organizations that are not only fairer, but better.” —Andrew Hill, Financial Times Belknap Press 2016 11 halftones 400 pp. $26.95 | £21.95 cloth 9780674089037 Finding Time The Economics of Work-Life Conflict Heather Boushey H An ISE Magazine Best Book of the Year “This is a thoughtful and intelligent book.” —Tyler Cowen, Bloomberg View “Boushey argues that better family-leave policies should not only improve the lives of struggling families but also boost workers’ productivity and reduce firms’ costs.” — The Economist 2016 3 halftones, 9 line illus., 21 graphs, 10 tables $29.95 | £23.95 cloth 9780674660168 360 pp. The Taming of Free Speech America’s Civil Liberties Compromise Laura Weinrib “Utterly brilliant…Balanced and restrained in her writing but original and subversive in her argument, Weinrib stops short of offering morals from this history…Most important, Weinrib reanimates a strange time when the forces of business and the forces of labor were engaged in a pitched battle about the way Americans should construct their economy. When you go looking for the origins of civil libertarianism, it turns out, you find a class struggle…Weinrib’s book is an extraordinary reminder of why history matters to the present.” —Samuel Moyn, Wall Street Journal 2016 480 pp. $45.00 | £33.95 cloth 9780674545717 Impact How Law Affects Behavior Lawrence M. Friedman “This is Friedman at his best. Impact is a masterful review, a grand synthesis, and a penetrating analysis of the power (and weakness) of law in defining and shaping the social order. It will be of great value to legal scholars and social scientists of all sorts, both in the United States and abroad.” —Malcolm M. Feeley, University of California, Berkeley 2016 336 pp. $35.00 | £25.95 cloth 9780674971059 4 harvard university press www.hup.harvard.edu 800-405-1619 (US only) " id="pdf-obj-3-3" src="pdf-obj-3-3.jpg">

“This is a persuasive manual for anyone seeking to eliminate unconscious biases—in recruitment and management—that perpetuate imbalances between men and women. Bohnet offers invaluable, research-based guidance about how to design and run organizations that are not only fairer, but better.”

—Andrew Hill, Financial Times

Belknap Press

2016

11 halftones

400 pp.

$26.95 | £21.95

cloth

9780674089037

<a href=What Works Gender Equality by Design Iris Bohnet H Shortlist, FT and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award, Financial Times H Shortlist, 2016 Business Book Awards, 800-CEO-READ H A Financial Times Best Business Book of the Year H A Times Higher Education Book of the Week “This is a persuasive manual for anyone seeking to eliminate unconscious biases—in recruitment and management—that perpetuate imbalances between men and women. Bohnet offers invaluable, research-based guidance about how to design and run organizations that are not only fairer, but better.” —Andrew Hill, Financial Times Belknap Press 2016 11 halftones 400 pp. $26.95 | £21.95 cloth 9780674089037 Finding Time The Economics of Work-Life Conflict Heather Boushey H An ISE Magazine Best Book of the Year “This is a thoughtful and intelligent book.” —Tyler Cowen, Bloomberg View “Boushey argues that better family-leave policies should not only improve the lives of struggling families but also boost workers’ productivity and reduce firms’ costs.” — The Economist 2016 3 halftones, 9 line illus., 21 graphs, 10 tables $29.95 | £23.95 cloth 9780674660168 360 pp. The Taming of Free Speech America’s Civil Liberties Compromise Laura Weinrib “Utterly brilliant…Balanced and restrained in her writing but original and subversive in her argument, Weinrib stops short of offering morals from this history…Most important, Weinrib reanimates a strange time when the forces of business and the forces of labor were engaged in a pitched battle about the way Americans should construct their economy. When you go looking for the origins of civil libertarianism, it turns out, you find a class struggle…Weinrib’s book is an extraordinary reminder of why history matters to the present.” —Samuel Moyn, Wall Street Journal 2016 480 pp. $45.00 | £33.95 cloth 9780674545717 Impact How Law Affects Behavior Lawrence M. Friedman “This is Friedman at his best. Impact is a masterful review, a grand synthesis, and a penetrating analysis of the power (and weakness) of law in defining and shaping the social order. It will be of great value to legal scholars and social scientists of all sorts, both in the United States and abroad.” —Malcolm M. Feeley, University of California, Berkeley 2016 336 pp. $35.00 | £25.95 cloth 9780674971059 4 harvard university press www.hup.harvard.edu 800-405-1619 (US only) " id="pdf-obj-3-55" src="pdf-obj-3-55.jpg">

“This is a thoughtful and intelligent book.” —Tyler Cowen, Bloomberg View

“Boushey argues that better family-leave policies should not only improve the lives of struggling families but also boost workers’ productivity and reduce firms’ costs.”

The Economist

  • 2016 3 halftones, 9 line illus., 21 graphs, 10 tables

$29.95 | £23.95

cloth

9780674660168

360 pp.

“Utterly brilliant…Balanced and restrained in her writing but original and subversive in her argument, Weinrib stops short of offering morals from this history…Most important, Weinrib reanimates a strange time when the forces of business and the forces of labor were engaged in a pitched battle about the way Americans should construct their economy. When you go looking for the origins of civil libertarianism, it turns out, you find a class struggle…Weinrib’s book is an extraordinary reminder of why history matters to the present.”

—Samuel Moyn, Wall Street Journal

2016

480 pp.

$45.00 | £33.95

cloth

9780674545717

“This is Friedman at his best. Impact is a masterful review, a grand synthesis, and a penetrating analysis of the power (and weakness) of law in defining and shaping the social order. It will be of great value to legal scholars and social scientists of all sorts, both in the United States and abroad.”

—Malcolm M. Feeley, University of California, Berkeley

2016 336 pp. $35.00 | £25.95 cloth
2016
336 pp.
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<a href=The Naked Blogger of Cairo Creative Insurgency in the Arab World Marwan M. Kraidy “A deep dive into the cultural politics of the Arab uprisings… Kraidy’s sharp insights and rich descriptions of a new Arab generation’s irrepressible creative urges will amply reward the effort. Reading Kraidy’s accounts of the politically charted cultural gambits of wired Arab youth rekindles some of the seemingly lost spirit of the early days of the Arab uprisings and offers hope for the future.” —Marc Lynch, Washington Post 2016 10 halftones 304 pp. $39.95 | £31.95 cloth 9780674737082 Choice, Preferences, and Procedures A Rational Choice Theoretic Approach Kotaro Suzumura “Kotaro Suzumura is one of the foremost leaders of thought in rational decisions and social choice as well as the economics of welfare. The reach of his work is breathtaking, and I cannot think of anything that can beat this collection for its reach and profundity in exploring some of the most foundational issues in decision making, investigated at the highest level of analytical sophistication.” —Amartya Sen, Harvard University 2016 30 line illus., 3 tables 816 pp. $75.00 | £59.95 cloth 9780674725126 Legislating Instability Adam Smith, Free Banking, and the Financial Crisis of 1772 Tyler Beck Goodspeed “Goodspeed’s novel interpretation of the Ayr crisis revises the historical record and advances our understanding of the workings of unregulated banking. It is masterly.” — George Selgin, Director, Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives, The Cato Institute 2016 4 halftones, 19 graphs 224 pp. $39.95 | £31.95 cloth 9780674088887 Deepwater Horizon A Systems Analysis of the Macondo Disaster Earl Boebert • James M. Blossom Foreword by Peter G. Neumann H An ISE Magazine Best Book of the Year “Readers wanting to know just what happened and why in the Deepwater Horizon disaster will never find a better book.” — Steve Donoghue, Open Letters Monthly 2016 64 halftones, 8 line illus. 304 pp. $39.95 | £29.95 cloth 9780674545236 800-405-1619 (US only) www.hup.harvard.edu harvard university press 9 " id="pdf-obj-8-113" src="pdf-obj-8-113.jpg">
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2016

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2016

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H Frederick Jackson Turner Award, Organization of American Historians H Lawrence W. Levine Award, Organization of American Historians H A New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice

“[An] incisive cultural history…[Hobbs] takes nothing at face value— least of all the idea that the person who is passing is actually and truly of one race or the other…[A] critically vigilant work.”

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<a href=Corruption in America From Benjamin Franklin’s Snuff Box to Citizens United Zephyr Teachout H A Choice Outstanding Academic Title of the Year H A Moyers & Company Best Book of the Year H Thomas J. Wilson Memorial Prize “At last…a book that puts a name to what is perhaps the most significant factor shaping American politics today: corruption. In a masterly work of scholarship, Zephyr Teachout…traces the history of American approaches to what was long considered a mortal threat to the republic.” —Sarah Chayes, Wall Street Journal 2016; 2014 384 pp. $18.95 | £14.95 paper 9780674659988 Citizens Divided Campaign Finance Reform and the Constitution Robert C. Post “Robert Post offers a powerful critique of the Citizens United decision, and an original and compelling new perspective on how the Supreme Court should analyze campaign finance laws in light of the First Amendment’s commitment to electoral integrity.” —Geoffrey R. Stone, University of Chicago The Tanner Lectures on Human Values $18.95 | £14.95 paper 9780674970939 2016; 2014 264 pp. The Myth of Race The Troubling Persistence of an Unscientific Idea Robert Wald Sussman H A Choice Outstanding Academic Title of the Year “Not only is this book a significant contribution to the view of race and racism in traditional ‘four-field’ anthropology in the U.S., but it is also important to the understanding of global notions of contemporary racism… The Myth of Race encourages us to understand where stereotypes and misinformation fit in our consideration of whether and how notions of biological race remain pervasive in today’s discourse and policy.” —Yolanda T. Moses, Times Higher Education 2016; 2014 4 halftones, 2 line illus. 384 pp. $19.95 | £15.95 paper 9780674660038 Latino Pentecostals in America Faith and Politics in Action Gastón Espinosa “Those interested in the religious experience of Latinos or in the history of Pentecostalism will find Espinosa’s study to be both informative and useful.” —John Jaeger, Library Journal 2016; 2014 41 halftones, 2 tables 520 pp. $22.95 | £16.95 paper 9780674970915 18 harvard university press www.hup.harvard.edu 800-405-1619 (US only) " id="pdf-obj-17-6" src="pdf-obj-17-6.jpg">
<a href=Corruption in America From Benjamin Franklin’s Snuff Box to Citizens United Zephyr Teachout H A Choice Outstanding Academic Title of the Year H A Moyers & Company Best Book of the Year H Thomas J. Wilson Memorial Prize “At last…a book that puts a name to what is perhaps the most significant factor shaping American politics today: corruption. In a masterly work of scholarship, Zephyr Teachout…traces the history of American approaches to what was long considered a mortal threat to the republic.” —Sarah Chayes, Wall Street Journal 2016; 2014 384 pp. $18.95 | £14.95 paper 9780674659988 Citizens Divided Campaign Finance Reform and the Constitution Robert C. Post “Robert Post offers a powerful critique of the Citizens United decision, and an original and compelling new perspective on how the Supreme Court should analyze campaign finance laws in light of the First Amendment’s commitment to electoral integrity.” —Geoffrey R. Stone, University of Chicago The Tanner Lectures on Human Values $18.95 | £14.95 paper 9780674970939 2016; 2014 264 pp. The Myth of Race The Troubling Persistence of an Unscientific Idea Robert Wald Sussman H A Choice Outstanding Academic Title of the Year “Not only is this book a significant contribution to the view of race and racism in traditional ‘four-field’ anthropology in the U.S., but it is also important to the understanding of global notions of contemporary racism… The Myth of Race encourages us to understand where stereotypes and misinformation fit in our consideration of whether and how notions of biological race remain pervasive in today’s discourse and policy.” —Yolanda T. Moses, Times Higher Education 2016; 2014 4 halftones, 2 line illus. 384 pp. $19.95 | £15.95 paper 9780674660038 Latino Pentecostals in America Faith and Politics in Action Gastón Espinosa “Those interested in the religious experience of Latinos or in the history of Pentecostalism will find Espinosa’s study to be both informative and useful.” —John Jaeger, Library Journal 2016; 2014 41 halftones, 2 tables 520 pp. $22.95 | £16.95 paper 9780674970915 18 harvard university press www.hup.harvard.edu 800-405-1619 (US only) " id="pdf-obj-17-9" src="pdf-obj-17-9.jpg">
<a href=Corruption in America From Benjamin Franklin’s Snuff Box to Citizens United Zephyr Teachout H A Choice Outstanding Academic Title of the Year H A Moyers & Company Best Book of the Year H Thomas J. Wilson Memorial Prize “At last…a book that puts a name to what is perhaps the most significant factor shaping American politics today: corruption. In a masterly work of scholarship, Zephyr Teachout…traces the history of American approaches to what was long considered a mortal threat to the republic.” —Sarah Chayes, Wall Street Journal 2016; 2014 384 pp. $18.95 | £14.95 paper 9780674659988 Citizens Divided Campaign Finance Reform and the Constitution Robert C. Post “Robert Post offers a powerful critique of the Citizens United decision, and an original and compelling new perspective on how the Supreme Court should analyze campaign finance laws in light of the First Amendment’s commitment to electoral integrity.” —Geoffrey R. Stone, University of Chicago The Tanner Lectures on Human Values $18.95 | £14.95 paper 9780674970939 2016; 2014 264 pp. The Myth of Race The Troubling Persistence of an Unscientific Idea Robert Wald Sussman H A Choice Outstanding Academic Title of the Year “Not only is this book a significant contribution to the view of race and racism in traditional ‘four-field’ anthropology in the U.S., but it is also important to the understanding of global notions of contemporary racism… The Myth of Race encourages us to understand where stereotypes and misinformation fit in our consideration of whether and how notions of biological race remain pervasive in today’s discourse and policy.” —Yolanda T. Moses, Times Higher Education 2016; 2014 4 halftones, 2 line illus. 384 pp. $19.95 | £15.95 paper 9780674660038 Latino Pentecostals in America Faith and Politics in Action Gastón Espinosa “Those interested in the religious experience of Latinos or in the history of Pentecostalism will find Espinosa’s study to be both informative and useful.” —John Jaeger, Library Journal 2016; 2014 41 halftones, 2 tables 520 pp. $22.95 | £16.95 paper 9780674970915 18 harvard university press www.hup.harvard.edu 800-405-1619 (US only) " id="pdf-obj-17-12" src="pdf-obj-17-12.jpg">

“At last…a book that puts a name to what is perhaps the most significant factor shaping American politics today: corruption. In a masterly work of scholarship, Zephyr Teachout…traces the history of American approaches to what was long considered a mortal threat to the republic.”

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“Not only is this book a significant contribution to the view of race and racism in traditional ‘four-field’ anthropology in the U.S., but it is also important to the understanding of global notions of contemporary racism… The Myth of Race encourages us to understand where stereotypes and misinformation fit in our consideration of whether and how notions of biological race remain pervasive in today’s discourse and policy.” —Yolanda T. Moses, Times Higher Education

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<a href=Coup d’État A Practical Handbook, Revised Edition Edward N. Luttwak “Additions bringing this work into the twenty-first century include Luttwak’s observations about how coup plotters in the age of the internet must now take control of more than the central television station to control public propaganda… It offers as much wisdom on the counter-coup as on the coup itself…A good read: wry, observant and practical.” —Charles Glass, Times Literary Supplement 2016 19 line illus., 23 tables 304 pp. $24.95 | £19.95 paper 9780674737266 The Power of Market Fundamentalism Karl Polanyi’s Critique Fred Block • Margaret R. Somers “In seeking to understand the dynamics of our own time, we can do no better than to revisit Polanyi…Block and Somers provide a thorough reprise of Polanyi for readers new to him and careful analysis for specialists.” —Robert Kuttner, American Prospect 2016; 2014 4 graphs, 4 tables 312 pp. $22.95 | £16.95 paper 9780674970885 Routes of Power Energy and Modern America Christopher F. Jones H Edelstein Prize, Society for the History of Technology “Working at the intersection of technological and environmental history, Jones shows that understanding political economy and social context are integral to understanding energy transitions. His elegantly written and cogently argued narrative of how Americans spent down the planetary savings account of solar energy amassed in fossil fuels is as compelling as a mystery novel.” —Ann Norton Greene, Journal of Interdisciplinary History 2016; 2014 13 halftones, 11 maps 320 pp. $19.95 | £14.95 paper 9780674970922 American Railroads Decline and Renaissance in the Twentieth Century Robert E. Gallamore • John R. Meyer H George W. and Constance M. Hilton Book Award, Railway & Locomotive Historical Society, Inc. H A Choice Outstanding Academic Title “Top 25” Selection “A superb and often fascinating analysis of the economics, tech - nological change, and the impact of public policy on an iconic American industry…Gallamore and Meyer have thrown down the gauntlet to policymakers. The burden may well now be on them to demonstrate, through a careful analysis of costs and benefits, that regulation of passenger and/or freight railroads is in the public interest.” —Glenn C. Altschuler, Philadelphia Inquirer 2016; 2014 15 halftones, 14 line illus., 14 maps 528 pp. $24.95 | £18.95 paper 9780674970793 800-405-1619 (US only) www.hup.harvard.edu harvard university press 19 " id="pdf-obj-18-121" src="pdf-obj-18-121.jpg">
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