Hermeneutics of Capital: A Post-Austrian Theory for a Kaleidic World
Authors: Carmelo Ferlito
Affiliation: Adjunct Faculty Member, INTI International College Subang, Subang Jaya, Malaysia and Senior Fellow, Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Birthplace: Verona, Italy, 10/19/1978 – Italian
Biography: Carmelo Ferlito (Verona, Italy, 1978) is an Italian scholar who, since 2011, lives in Subang Jaya, Malaysia. Since 2013 Carmelo Ferlito is Adjunct Faculty Member at INTI International College Subang, Subang Jaya, Malaysia, where he teaches History of Economic Thought and Microeconomic Theory and Policy for the University of Wollongong Programme. Since 2012 he is Senior Fellow at the Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS), a free-market think-tank based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Audience: The book is specifically written for scholars and economists. It is particularly oriented to scholars with an Austrian economics background. It might be found peculiarly interesting by institutions like George Mason University, Grove City College, Purchase College NY, Ludwig von Mises Institute, Auburn University, Austrian Economics Center.
Self-regulation of Market Economy: Interdisciplinary Analysis
Author: Paata Leiashvily
Affiliation: Professor, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Department of Economic Theory, Tbilisi, Georgia
Birthplace: Tbilisi, Georgia. Date of birth: March, 11, 1954. Citizenship: Georgian
Biography: Doctor of Economic Sciences, professor, Paata Leiashvily born in March 11, 1954 in Tbilisi. After graduate of Tbilisi State University at different times worked at Research Institute of Labour, Institute of Economics at Georgia's Academy of Sciences, was leading expert in the Budget Office and Finance and Budget Department's apparatus of the Parliament of Georgia, lectured Economics at Tbilisi State University. Author of numerous scientific articles and several monographs.
Audience: The book is intended for economists, specializing in the study of theoretical problems, undergraduates and doctoral in economics, as well as researchers working at the intersection of economics, sociology, philosophy, mathematical economics and the theory of complex non-linear systems. The scientists as well undergraduates and doctoral students in economics will become familiar with fundamentally new ideas in addressing the interrelated problems of economic equilibrium, economic cycles and economic reproduction that are possible on the new methodological basis, involves the synthesis of dialectics, Synergetics and constructivism. Based on the study recommendations are made for adjustments in calculating macroeconomic indicators of the SNA and the principles of macroeconomic policy
Small States in a Global Economy – Crisis, Cooperation and Contributions
Author: Hilmar Þór Hilmarsson
Affiliation: Ph.D., Professor, University of Akureyri, School of Business and Science, Akureyri, Iceland
Place of Birth: Iceland 28. April 1963 - Icelandic
Þór Hilmarsson is a Professor at the University of Akureyri, School
of Business and Science, Iceland. Dr. Hilmarsson teaches courses on
international business and macroeconomics. He received his cand. oecon. degree
in Economics from the University of Iceland in 1987, an MA in Economics from
New York University in 1989, and a Ph.D. in public administration and economic
development from the American University in Washington, D.C. in 1992. He served
as a Specialist and Coordinator with the World Bank Group in Washington D.C.
from 1990 to 1995, at the World Bank office in Riga from 1999 to 2003 and the
World Bank office in Hanoi from 2003 to 2006. From 1995 to 1999 he served as a
Special Advisor to the Minister for Foreign Affairs in Iceland. Dr. Hilmarsson
has published over 50 scholarly articles and book chapters and has lectured and
made presentations in more than 30 universities in Europe and the USA. He was a
Visiting Professor at Stockholm School of Economics in Riga during the fall
semester 2013 and a Visiting Scholar at the University of Washington in Seattle
in the spring semester 2014. He can be contacted at Hilmar@unak.is
Policy makers in small states and in developing and
emerging market economies
Policy makers in international organizations
especially international financial institutions
Academic professionals focusing on small states’
issues and emerging markets in departments of economics, business, political
science and international affairs
Managers and staff of companies who engage in cross
border trade and investments in developing and emerging markets
The Eurozone Enlargement: Prospect of New EU Member States for Euro Adoption
Editor: Yoji Koyama
Affiliation: PhD in Economics, Niigata University, Niigata, Japan
Place of Birth: Joetsu-shi, Niigata Prefecture, Japan; August 4, 1943; Japanese
Biography: Graduated from the University of Tokyo, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Course of International Relations and Area Studies in 1967. Gradually shifted from International Relations to Economics. A visiting scholar in Belgrade from October 1978 through March 1980 under the Yugoslav government fellowship scheme. Currently a member of the Japan Association for Comparative Economic Studies.
Audience: Researchers, graduate students in the fields of EU studies, international finance, international trade and area studies of Central and Eastern Europe, businessmen in finance and foreign trade, businessmen planning to expand their business into CEECs, etc. Economists in research sections in international organization such as the European Commission, the European Central Bank, the IMF, the World Bank, etc. , central banks in the EU member states as well as other advanced countries, and credit rating companies might be interested in this book.