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10/29/2015

Best of Review of Social Economy: Free access through the end of 2015

Best of ROSERoutledge Economics is to share a new free collection of articles from Review of Social Economy, highlighting some of the best content the journal has to offer.

For over seventy years, Review of Social Economy has published high-quality peer-reviewed work on the many relationships between social values and economics. To celebrate the best that the journal has to offer, the publishing team at Routledge, who work with ASE on the journals, are sharing a free collection of articles from Review of Social Economy. Several of the papers in the ‘Best of’ collection were chosen by Co-Editor Robert McMaster, and others have been selected due to their popularity - they are either some of the most read papers in the journal this year, or are some of the most cited pieces of work.

You can read and download these papers for free until the end of 2015.

Visit the collection here: http://explore.tandfonline.com/page/bes/best-of-review-of-social-economy-2015.

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