Praeger Economics, 2013-2020


  •  The Economics of Inequality, Poverty, and Discrimination in the 21st Century, 2 vols. (Rycroft) —2013
  •  Economics of the Family, 2 vols. (Redmount) —2014
  •  The Global Food System (Schanbacher) —2014
  •  Women, Work, and Family (Paludi) —2014
  •  Revaluing the Federal Workforce (Stanford) —2014
  •  Public Economics in the United States, 3 vols. (Payson) —2014
  •  Business Cycle Economics (Knoop)—2015
  •  State Capitalism’s Uncertain Future (Lemco and MacDonald)—2015
  •  Small Business in a Global Economy 2V (Newbert)—2015
  •  Political Economy 3E (Clark)—2016
  •  Fixing the Food System (Clapp)—2016
  •  International Trade Policy: An Introduction (Sawyer)—2017
  •  The Traveling Economist: Using Economics to Think about What Makes Us All So Different and the Same (Knoop)—2017
  • Trump, Trade, and the End of Globalization (Jacoby)—2018
  • Demystifying Economic Markets and Prices (Woirol)—2019


  •  Energy Choices, 2 vols. (Collin and Collin) —2014
  •  A Smarter, Greener Grid (Jones and Zoppo) —2014
  •  Eco-Hustle! Global Warming, Greenwashing, and Sustainability (Johansen) —2015
  • Green Savings (Brown and Wang) —2015
  •  The Recycling Myth (Buffington) —2015
  •  The “Peak Oil” Scare and the Coming Oil Flood (Lynch)—2016
  • The Microgrid Revolution (Bhave)—2016
  •  Energy Transitions: Global and National Perspectives (Smil)—2016
  •  The Electric Battery: Charging Forward to a Low-Carbon Future (Jones et al.)–2017
  •  The Political Economy of Electricity (Cooper)–2017
  • Peak Plastic (Buffington)—2018


  •  Future Jobs (Gordon) —2013, 2018
  •  21st-Century Apprenticeship (Cantor) —2015
  •  The End of American Labor Unions (Hogler) —2015
  •  The Nanny Time Bomb: Navigating the Crisis in Child Care (Burke) —2015
  •  Growing Jobs: Transforming the Way We Approach Economic Development (Tuttle)—2016
  •  American Manufacturing 2.0 (Blue)—2016


  •  A Concise History of Economists’ Assumptions about Markets (Mitchell) —2014
  •  The Historian’s Huck Finn (Dighe) —2016