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Rachel Sangster
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Rachel oversees the development of Palgrave Macmillan’s prestigious and truly international scholarly Economics books programme, commissioning research monographs, edited collections, Handbooks and Palgrave Pivots across all sub-disciplines.

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Q&A with authors Elias Karakitsos and Lambros Varnavides

Palgrave Macmillan recently spoke to Elias Karakitsos and Lambros Varnavides about their latest book, Maritime Economics: A Macroeconomic Approach; a ground breaking text that develops a new macroeconomic approach to maritime economics, with an emphasis on the individual shipping markets and their interdependence.

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#PalgraveChat on Twitter with Leslie Marsh, David Hardwick and Jack Weinstein

Leslie Marsh, David Hardwick and Jack Weinstein, editors and contributor respectively of Propriety and Prosperity, recently joined us for another edition of #PalgraveChat held on our Economics Twitter page (@PalgraveEcon).

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