From the mid-seventeenth century onwards, Indian textiles were imported by the European East India companies and were sought after by consumers not just in England, but in most European countries. But the inroads of Indian cotton textiles into the consuming habits of Europeans also generated resistance.
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Welcome to Into the Intro, the series where we share snippets from the titles we’re most excited about. This week we’re honoring Lloyd S. Shapley and press author Alvin E. Roth, winners of The Nobel Prize For Economics 2012. The following is an excerpt from Roth’s 2005 classic The Shapley Value: Essays in Honor of Lloyd S. Shapley.
It has been two years since the financial crash that wreaked so much havoc in global economies. Yet have we learned the main lessons and implemented the necessary steps to avoid another? Is it even possible?
Charles Clotfelter joins the conversation on “The Shame of College Sports” in this month’s Atlantic. Check out his recently published book Big-time Sports in American Universities for more.