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Handbook on the Economics of Reciprocity and Social Enterprise

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  • Luigino Bruni
  • Stefano Zamagni

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The recent era of economic turbulence has generated a growing enthusiasm for an increase in new and original economic insights based around the concepts of reciprocity and social enterprise. This stimulating and thought-provoking Handbook not only encourages and supports this growth, but also emphasises and expands upon new topics and issues within the economics discourse.

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  • Luigino Bruni & Stefano Zamagni (ed.), 2013. "Handbook on the Economics of Reciprocity and Social Enterprise," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 14159.
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