The Encyclopedia on Political Economy

One of the School's objectives is to serve as a valuable resource for students, teachers, journalists, authors, researchers and anyone interested in the study of political economy.

Material contained in the School's on-line library is linked here. Where available, listings for external material is linked to the online source.

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Denmark - Dominican Republic Economics ...
Australian - Swedish United Kingdom United States A-D
United States E-H United States I-P United States Q-Z
Ecuador - Europe-Eurasia Financial Systems - France Georgia - Guatemala
Historians - Hungary Iceland - Italy Jamaica - Jordan
Kenya - Kuwait Land - Luxembourg Malaysia - Mozambique
Nepal - Norway Oman Pakistan - Philippines
A-C D-G George, Henry - Essays on
George, Henry - Essays on, AJES George, Henry - Writings of G-L
Anarchy - Conspiracy Theory Cooperative Individualism Enlightenment - Islamic Fundamentalism
Laissez Faire - Liberalism Libertarianism Relativism - Totalitarianism
Poland - Puerto Rico Rights - Russia Saudi Arabia - Singapore
South Africa - Syria Taiwan - Turkey Uganda - United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom - A-L United Kingdom - M-Z United Nations
Conditions - Foreign Policy Government History
Uruguay - Virgin Islands ... ...
Distribution of Production of Taxation of
Yemen - Zimbabwe ... ...


  • Economics of Property Rights and Human Rights
    ... Michael Veseth [American Journal of Economics and Sociology, April 1982]
  • Harvard Human Rights Journal
  • Human Rights
    ... [at Wikipedia]
  • Human Rights
    ... [New York University Law School - links to various organizations addressing human rights]
  • Human Rights Watch
  • Universal Declaration of Human Rights
    ... [United Nations. Adopted and proclaimed by General Assembly resolution 217 A (III) of 10 December 1948]
  • Violations of Human Rights -- How Many? The Statistical Problems of Measuring Such Infractions Are Tough, but Statistical Science Is Equal to It
    ... Herbert F. Spirer [American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 1990]


  • Complexity and the Meaning of Freedom: The Instrumentalist View
    ... Steven R. Hickerson [American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 1984]
  • Criteria for Justice
    ... Christopher P. Mooney [American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 1986]
  • Greek Lessons for Property Right Arrangements: Justice and Nature Protection
    ... Peter Ackroyd [American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 1992]
  • The Nature of Natural Law
    ... Mortimer J. Adler
  • Natural and Legal Rights
    ... [Wikipedia]
  • Natural Rights Theories: Their Origin and Development
    ... Richard Tuck [Published by Cambridge University Press, 1979]
  • Reason and Natural Law
    ... Stephen Pope
  • von Neumann/Morgenstern Decision Making and Harsanyi's Theory of Justice: After Rawls and Nozick, If It Risks Personal Freedom and Individual Liberty, Can It Be Really Just?
    ... Will Carrington Heath [American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 1988]


Conditions and History of


Conditions / General


Conditions / Land Reform
  • A Report on Russia
    ... Fred Harrison [on behalf of the Centre for Land Policy Studies, 15 October,2001]
  • Land Reform and Property Markets in Russia
    ... Limonov, Leonid [Land Lines, April 2002]
  • Report on the Conference on the Social Collection of Rent In Eastern Europe and the USSR
    ... Kenneth R. Gray [American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 1991]
  • The Role of Natural Resources is Fundamental Tax Reform in the Russian Federation
    ... Benoit Bosquet [World Bank Research Paper, March 2002]
  • Russia: After the Cold War -- How to Win the Peace!
    ... Fred Harrison [Reprinted from Land & Liberty, November-December 1992]
  • Letter to: The Economic Rent
    ... Herman E. Daly [A letter addressed to the Russian Duma; December 18, 1998]
  • Socialize the Rent: An Open Letter to Mikhail Gorbachev
    ... Nicolaus Tideman, et al [A letter signed by a group of economists -- including three winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics -- urging the Soviet President to retain land in publish ownership, while raising needed government revenue by charging rent for the use of land. This letter was delivered to President Gorbachev early in 1991. The letter is reprinted from Land & Liberty, January-February 1991]


Government / Reform of


History of
  • A History of Russia
    ... George Vernadsky, Michael Karpovich [Published by Yale University Press, 1969; made available online by Google Books]
  • History of Russia
    ... [at Wikipedia]