New and Forthcoming Titles from Anthem Press

We are pleased to announce the following newly released and forthcoming titles:


 Post-Truth: Knowledge As A Power GamePost-Truth: Knowledge As A Power Game

By Steve Fuller

‘Post-Truth’ was Oxford Dictionary’s 2016 word of the year. While the term was coined by its disparagers, especially in light of the Brexit and US Presidential campaigns, the roots of post-truth lie deep in the history of Western social and political theory. This book reaches back to Plato, ranges across theology and philosophy, and focuses on the Machiavellian tradition in classical sociology.


Athletic CEOs: Leadership in Turbulent TimesAthletic CEOs: Leadership in Turbulent Times

By Stanislav Shekshnia, Alexey Ulanovsky and Veronika Zagieva

‘Athletic CEOs is […] a must-read for every leader who’s facing a challenging transformation in today’s chaotic business world.’
—Morten T. Hansen, Professor, University of California Berkeley, USA; coauthor of Great by Choice; author of Great at Work



Environmental Problem-Solving – A Video-Enhanced Self-Instructional e-Book from MITEnvironmental Problem-Solving – A Video-Enhanced Self-Instructional e-Book from MIT

Edited by Lawrence Susskind, Bruno Verdini and Jessica Gordon

‘This remarkable e-book contains everything you need to teach a rich, dynamic course on the practical and theoretical dimensions of environmental policy as well as to evaluate your students’ work. It integrates classic readings, commentaries, scenarios and assignments, along with videos of talks by faculty and presentations by students.’
—Judith E. Innes, Professor Emerita, Department of City and Regional Planning, University of California Berkeley, USA


Worst-Case Economics: Extreme Events in Climate and FinanceWorst-Case Economics: Extreme Events in Climate and Finance

By Frank Ackerman

‘Old-fashioned economics has led to dangerously wrong-headed approaches to climate change and other “extreme event” situations, such as financial crises. In this highly accessible but profound book, Ackerman persuasively shows the urgency of smarter, more recent thinking about how natural and economic systems work and why we need to pay much more attention to worst cases. This is a must-read book for anyone who wants to understand the world we now inhabit.’
—Juliet Schor, author of Plenitude: The New Economics of True Wealth


The ImpactAssets Handbook for InvestorsThe ImpactAssets Handbook for Investors

Edited by Jed Emerson

‘The ImpactAssets Handbook for Investors’ offers an introductory overview for those interested in investing their capital in a sustainable, responsible and impactful manner. Offering insights and approaches to developing strategy as well as an understanding of the issues and considerations of impact investors in practice, this handbook discusses portfolio structure and strategy, an overview of due diligence necessary to assess potential investments, communications and performance measurement issues and other factors key to managing capital for multiple returns.