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Rich Dad Poor Dad - Summary

by David De Angelis

Summary of "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" - Learn more. Read Less!. The book has sold over 26 million copies and has appeared on the best-seller lists in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Businessweek and The New York...


The Localist: Think Independent, Buy Local, and Reclaim the American Dream

by Carrie Rollwagen

The Localist: Think Independent, Buy Local, and Reclaim the American Dream is the story of one girl's journey from buy-local blogger to woman entrepreneur and indie-shop advocate. When Carrie Rollwagen decided...


Early Islam and the Birth of Capitalism

by Benedikt Koehler

Early Islam and the Birth of Capitalism shows that globalized trade and capitalism originated in trade practices of pre-Islamic Arabs, and brought to European markets through European trade partners in the Middle...


Balanced Trade: Ending the Unbearable Costs of America's Trade Deficits

by Jesse Richman, Howard Richman & Raymond Richman

Classical economics assumed that trade always balanced, but often trade is not balanced. For example, some neo-mercantilist trading partners attempt to distort the terms of trade in order to garner economic...


The Freedom of Peaceful Action: On the Origin of Individual Rights

by Stuart K. Hayashi

The Nature of Liberty trilogy presents an ethical case for individual liberty, arguing from the philosophy of Ayn Rand and citing the findings of evolutionary psychology to demonstrate the compatibility between...


Contemporary Issues in Corporate Social Responsibility

by Ceren Altuntas, Huriye Toker, Duygu Turker & Nadezda Kokareva et al.

Contemporary Issues in Corporate Social Responsibility presents the significant roles that universities must embrace in order to reverse the damage wrought by two centuries of urbanization, industrialization,...


Exploring Capitalist Fiction: Business through Literature and Film

by Edward W. Younkins

In Exploring Capitalist Fiction: Business through Literature and Film, Edward W. Younkins proposes that the use of imaginative literature to portray and explain the behavior of individuals in business is a method...


The Capitalist's Bible

by Gretchen Morgenson

The Capitalist’s Bible, edited by Gretchen Morgenson, an award-winning journalist with the New York Times, is the essential guide to capitalism and its many languages, customs, and practices. Including thinkers...


Economic Growth: Unleashing the Potential of Human Flourishing

by Edd S. Noell, Stephen L. S. Smith & Bruce G. Webb

In Economic Growth: Unleashing the Potential of Human Flourishing, Edd S. Noell, Stephen L. S. Smith, and Bruce G. Webb make a comprehensive case for economic growth, equipping readers with an understanding...


A Bubble that Broke the World

by Garet Garrett

What caused the stock-market crash of 1929 and the Great Depression that followed?

This book blows away the conventional interpretations, not only in its contents but that the book exists at all. The Bubble that...


Anatomy of the State

by Murray Rothbard

Murray Rothbard was known as the state's greatest living enemy, and this book is his most succinct and powerful statement on the topic. He explains what a state is and what it is not. He shows how it is an institution...


Market Frictions

by Kirsten W. Endres

Based on ethnographic research conducted during several years, Market Frictions examines the tensions and frictions that emerge from the interaction of global market forces, urban planning policies, and small-scale...


Can Capitalism Survive?

by Benjamin A. Rogge

Benjamin A. Rogge—late Distinguished Professor of Political Economy at Wabash College—was a representative of that most unusual species: economists who speak and write in clear English. He forsakes professional...


Capitalism vs. Freedom

by Rob Larson

For years, we’ve been taught that capitalism is good for freedom. Dominant right-wing talk radio hosts to this day recommend “libertarian” classics like Hayek’s Road to Serfdom and Friedman’s Capitalism...


A True Free Market

by Stephen Taft

Two old friends seek answers to poverty, inequality, loss of personal freedom, and government debt as they talk during a weekend together. They find the merit of simple laws governing access to land, the ability...


Object-Oriented Development in Africa

by Musaba D. Chailunga

Traditional theories of development continue to come up short in Africa, and its time to explore different models to achieve success.

Author Musaba D. Chailunga, a Zambian living in Canada, calls upon his expertise...


So You Want to Buy a Small Business

by Joe Vagnone

Small business ownership is, in my opinion, the very foundation of the American experience. Liberty and freedom are both the results and causes of capitalism. Without them both working congruently, it would...


Self-Regulation and Human Progress

by Evan Osborne

Most of us are familiar with free-market competition: the idea that society and the economy benefit when people are left to self-regulate, testing new ideas in pursuit of profit. Less known is the fact that...


Bank mergers and acquisitions in the Asia-Pacific region

by Sascha Kolaric

This book offers a comprehensive analysis of the shareholder wealth effects of the financial sector consolidation in the Asia-Pacific region and its impact on the acquirer’s cost of debt. By not only examining...


Les mutations de la sidérurgie mondiale du XXe siècle à nos jours / The Transformation of the World Steel Industry from the XXth Century to the Present

by Charles Barthel, Ivan Kharaba & Philippe Mioche

La sidérurgie a joué un rôle moteur dans l’éclosion du monde industrialisé moderne. Quoique son importance relative par rapport à l’ensemble des économies globalisées soit aujourd’hui en recul,...