Two of the UK's leading economists call time on selfishness as the engine of prosperity.
A world-renowned economist's candid diagnosis of the failures of capitalism and a pragmatic and realistic vision for how we can repair it.
An eye-opening account of the migrant crisis which shows why our global refugee regime is broken and how it can be fixed.
Exodus looks at how people from the world's poorest societies struggle to migrate to the rich West: the effects on those left behind and on the host societies, and explores the impulses and thinking that inform Western immigration policy.
A timely, powerful and provocative study of the tensions between democracy and violence in the world's poorest countries, by one of the world's leading development economists.