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by George P. Brockway

eBook Economics: What Went Wrong and Why, and Some Things to Do About It ePub
Author: George P. Brockway
Language: English
ISBN: 0060390379
ISBN13: 978-0060390372
Publisher: Harper & Row; 1st edition (1985)
Pages: 224
Category: Economics
Subcategory: Perfomance
Rating: 4.3
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ePub file: 1425 kb
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This complete primer on economics for the general reader replaces the predominant ical approach to economic theory with a less mystifying humanistic interpretation.

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Brockway is a retired publisher (employee-owned Norton), an avocational writer on economics (with a column in The . There are many things you do for which money is no consideration

Brockway is a retired publisher (employee-owned Norton), an avocational writer on economics (with a column in The New Leader), and a proclaimed disciple of idealist philosopher John William Miller. There are many things you do for which money is no consideration. " ""Life is for the living,"" said Jefferson.

Mr. Brockway indicts economics for purporting to be scientific and value free. He objects that economists do not entertain his idea of ''a decent wage. Would paying everyone ''a decent wage'' be inflationary?

George P. Brockway, a book publisher and writer, is down on mainstream economics. Mr. Would paying everyone ''a decent wage'' be inflationary? Apply price controls, he counsels, in an alarmingly brief and naive passage.

This is a short book on a big subject for a broad audience It argues that the world is in the state it's in because our .

This is a short book on a big subject for a broad audience It argues that the world is in the state it's in because our economic policies are faulty, and that ou. . What begins as a witty excursion through the history of economic thought turns into a not very convincing case for import protection and the use of price controls to stem inflation.

George Pond Brockway, American economist. Trustee Wenner-Gren Foundation, 1989-1992

George Pond Brockway, American economist. Trustee Wenner-Gren Foundation, 1989-1992. Served with Army of the United States, 1944-1946. This is a short book on a big subject for a broad audience It argues that the world is in the state it's in because our economic policies are faulty, and that our theory is faulty It shows how we've drifted into thinking that economics is about things the gross national product while it really is about people.

George Brockway explores the principles of a humanist economics - one concerned .

Here his idea that economics is a humanistic discipline is more forcefully expressed and its philosophical underpinnings more deeply explored.

But not necessarily securities. Because financial intermediaries need to limit their leverage in a falling market, they sell assets (again, the system is pro-cyclical).

This complete primer on economics for the general reader replaces the predominant materialist/mathematical approach to economic theory with a less mystifying humanistic interpretation
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