Advanced Introduction to Demography

Highlighting the power of multi-dimensional demography, this Advanced Introduction addresses the most consequential changes in our societies and economies using quantitative approaches.

Advanced Introduction to Demography

Highlighting the power of multi-dimensional demography, this Advanced Introduction addresses the most consequential changes in our societies and economies using quantitative approaches. It defines three demographic theories with predictive power – demographic metabolism, transition and dividend – and repositions the discipline at the heart of social science.

Advanced Introduction to Housing Studies

The initial demographic approaches to housing harken back to a series of papers in an edited book – Housing Demography (Myers, 1990) – which used the life course concept to study housing attainment, and emphasized the importance of ...

Advanced Introduction to Housing Studies

This timely Advanced Introduction explores the links between housing and households, including the complex process of how people sort themselves into houses and neighborhoods. It covers the choices that households make, why these choices are made, and the constraints faced in achieving housing aspirations, with a particular focus on the contemporary difficulties facing young adults and those unable to buy a house despite a reasonable income.

Advanced Introduction to Gentrification

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Advanced Introduction to Gentrification

Analysing the causes and effects of widespread gentrification, this Advanced Introduction provides an innovative insight into the global debate instigated by this process. Examining the impact of gentrification on lower income groups and other issues, Chris Hamnett discusses research into the socio-economic causes and effects of gentrification in a variety of cities worldwide.

Advanced Introduction to Migration Studies

Skeldon, R. 2021, Migration in Political Demography: A Review of Evidence. In A. Goerres and P. Vanhuysse (eds.), Global Political Demography: Comparative Analysis of the Politics of Population Change in All World Regions, London, ...

Advanced Introduction to Migration Studies

Providing a timely overview of the main issues and scholarship in migration studies, Ronald Skeldon examines the principal methods of migration and offers in-depth guidance on trends and types of population movements in today’s world. Key areas such as forced movements and refugees are considered, alongside voluntary migration, migration policy and the relationship between migration and development.

Advanced Introduction to Advertising

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Advanced Introduction to Advertising

This Advanced Introduction provides a concise yet thorough guide to understanding and planning advertising, while answering the key questions at the forefront of this modern topic: what is advertising? What is its role in businesses and organizations? And what are the implications of the offline–online shift?

Advanced Introduction to Cities

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Advanced Introduction to Cities

This insightful Advanced Introduction explores the key attributes of cities, identifying their five basic characteristics; innate complexity, the agglomeration of activities, inter-city connectivities, the projection of power, and relations to states. Peter J. Taylor gives a broad and engaging overview of how these characteristics work and relate to each other, supplemented by ten short city insights which offer readers specific examples of cities and themes.

Advanced Introduction to Family Policy

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Advanced Introduction to Family Policy

Written by eminent scholar Chiara Saraceno, this Advanced Introduction offers a synthetic overview of the core theoretical and policy issues involved in family policy, currently the most dynamic sector of social policies in both developed and developing countries. It discusses the three primary areas of family policy in contemporary society: financial support for the cost of children, short and long term care for children and dependent people, and work-family conciliation.

Advanced Introduction to New Institutional Economics

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Advanced Introduction to New Institutional Economics

New institutional economics (NIE) is a powerful tool for understanding real world phenomena. This Advanced Introduction explores NIE’s answers to fundamental questions about the organization, growth and development of economies, such as why are some countries rich and others poor? Why are activities organized as firms or markets or through alternative organizational solutions? When are shared resources overexploited?

Advanced Introduction to Law and Psychology

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Advanced Introduction to Law and Psychology

Leading scholar Tom R. Tyler provides a timely and engaging introduction to the field of law and psychology. This Advanced Introduction outlines the main areas of research, their relevance to law and the way that psychological findings have shaped – or failed to shape – the corresponding areas of law. Key features include focus on the relevance of psychological theories to topics in law, emphasis on the institutional realities within which law functions and discussion of the problems of bringing research findings into the legal system.

Advanced Introduction to Public Policy

Further, with the financial strains in the welfare state as a function of demography and tax resistance (Ferrara and Rhodes, 2013) these social actors are likely to become even more significant as the providers of public services.

Advanced Introduction to Public Policy

In this updated second edition, internationally renowned scholar B. Guy Peters provides a succinct introduction to public policy and illustrates the design approach to policy problems. Peters demonstrates how decision-makers can make more effective choices and why a design approach to public intervention can improve policy formulation.

Advanced Introduction to Environmental Compliance and Enforcement

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Advanced Introduction to Environmental Compliance and Enforcement

This Advanced Introduction provides a clear and accessible guide to the essential elements of environmental compliance and enforcement programs. It examines compliance programs designed to assist regulated entities in meeting their obligations, as well as enforcement tools designed to address non-compliance - such as administrative, civil judicial, and criminal enforcement. Offering an insightful overview of this important area, LeRoy C. Paddock highlights recent developments that are changing the way compliance and enforcement work is practiced.

Advanced Introduction to Landmark Criminal Cases

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Advanced Introduction to Landmark Criminal Cases

This engaging and accessible book focuses on high-profile criminal trials and examines the strategy of the lawyers, the reasons for conviction or acquittal, as well as the social importance of these famous cases.

Advanced Introduction to Comparative Legal Methods

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Advanced Introduction to Comparative Legal Methods

Drawing on historical, normative, theoretical, and economic methodologies, Pier Giuseppe Monateri offers a fresh critical analysis of various dimensions of comparative law methods. Comprehensive and engaging with a multidisciplinary approach, this Advanced Introduction spans the fields of comparative legal studies, law and finance and global law.

Advanced Introduction to U S Environmental Law

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Advanced Introduction to U S  Environmental Law

Providing a comprehensive overview of the current and developing state of environmental governance in the United States, this Advanced Introduction lays out the foundations of U.S. environmental law. E. Donald Elliott and Daniel C. Esty explore how federal environmental law is made and how it interacts with state law, highlighting the important role that administrative agencies play in the creation, implementation, and enforcement of U.S. environmental law.

Advanced Introduction to Community based Conservation

So are globalized markets, international trade, neoliberal policies, demography, changes in values, new pandemics and rising inequality. These larger changes are the context of the context; they have altered the landscape of ...

Advanced Introduction to Community based Conservation

Professor Fikret Berkes provides a unique introduction to the social and interdisciplinary dimensions of biodiversity conservation. Examining a range of approaches, new ideas, controversies and debates, he demonstrates that biodiversity loss is not primarily a technical issue, but a social problem that operates in an economic, political and cultural context. Berkes concludes that conservation must be democratized in order to broaden its support base and build more inclusive constituencies for conservation.

Advanced Introduction to Law and Development

D.E. Bloom and J.D. Sachs, “Geography, Demography, and Economic Growth in Africa” (1998) 29 Brookings Papers on Economic Activity at 207–96; J.D. Sachs, “Tropical Underdevelopment” (2000) Centre for International 20 21 Development at ...

Advanced Introduction to Law and Development

In this thoroughly revised and updated second edition, Mariana Mota Prado and Michael J. Trebilcock offer a succinct and readable introduction to the main concepts and debates in the field of law and development. They examine the role of legal systems and institutions, investigate perceptions around what laws and legal arrangements encourage and facilitate development, and probe the issues arising in both private law and public law as well as in international economic relations. Written with the insight of two top experts in the field, this Advanced Introduction covers the most recent trends in law and development research and highlights areas that remain underexplored.

Advanced Introduction to Social Protection

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Advanced Introduction to Social Protection

Written by James Midgley, a leading authority on international social policy and social development, this Advanced Introduction offers a concise, readable and wide-ranging overview of how protection schemes such as social assistance, social insurance, employer mandates and social allowances promote social welfare by meeting peoples’ income needs and improving their living standards. It defines the field, traces its historical evolution, discusses the contribution of theories and ideologies and examines its impact on poverty.

Advanced Introduction to Ecological Economics

... Dana and Dennis Meadows, together with Jørgen Randers and William Behrens, explored in great detail how constraints on resources and waste absorption interact with changes in demography and technology (Meadows et al. 1972).

Advanced Introduction to Ecological Economics

Any human endeavor is shaped by, and shapes, changes in the physical and biological environment. In this Advanced Introduction, Matthias Ruth draws on a diverse set of theories, methods and applications to critically assess key concepts in ecological economics.

Advanced introduction to Social Policy

Fernández de la Hoz, Paloma (2001), Families and Social Exclusion in the European Union: Theoretical Aspects, Lines of Convergence and Unsettled Issues—Abridged Version, Vienna: European Observatory on the Social Situation, Demography ...

Advanced introduction to Social Policy

Elgar Advanced Introductions are stimulating and thoughtful introductions to major fields in the social sciences and law, expertly written by the world’s leading scholars. Designed to be accessible yet rigorous, they offer concise and lucid surveys of the substantive and policy issues associated with discrete subject areas. Advanced Introduction to Social Policy offers a concise overview of the field that takes newer realities into account, without rejecting the insights found in the traditional social policy canon. Daniel Béland and Rianne Mahon draw on both classic and contemporary theories to illuminate the broad processes that are putting pressure on existing social policy arrangements and raising new research questions. These processes provide the canvass against which the authors assess the social policy implications of changing gender relations, the increasing salience of ethnic diversity, and the growing importance of the Global South as a site of social policy innovation.

Advanced Introduction to U S Federal Securities Law

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Advanced Introduction to U S  Federal Securities Law

Answering the key question of whether there is an obligation for States to define and enact sound climate policies in order to avoid the impacts of global warming, this timely book provides expert analysis on recent global climate cases, assessing not only the plaintiffs’ claims but also the legal reasoning put forward by the courts.