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Getting into Money: A Career Guide: A Career Guide

by Cheri Fein

Everything you need to know to break into today's most challenging and rewarding careers. Featuring interviews with the most successful executives in finance.

From the Trade Paperback edition.


The Forgotten Depression: 1921: The Crash That Cured Itself

by James Grant

By the publisher of the prestigious Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, an account of the deep economic slump of 1920–21 that proposes, with respect to federal intervention, “less is more.” This is a free-market...


What Has Government Done to Our Money?

by Murray N. Rothbard

What Has Government Done to Our Money? was first published in 1962 as Money, free and unfree, and details the history of money, from early barter systems, to the gold standard, to present-day systems of paper...


The Theory of Money and Credit

by Ludwig Von Mises

This must-read classic on currency and credit covers the three areas of key interest--the nature of money, the value of money, and money and banking. Economist and philosopher, Ludwig von Mises presents his...


The Case Against the Fed

by Murray N. Rothbard

The Case Against the Fed takes a critical look at the United States Federal Reserve and central banks in general. It details the history of reserve banking and the influence that bankers have had on monetary...


A Search for Solvency: Bretton Woods and the International Monetary System, 1941-1971

by Alfred E., Jr. Eckes

Diverted by the dramatic military and political events of July 1944, few Americans realized the significance of an international conference taking place at Bretton Woods, a mountain resort in New Hampshire,...


The Gold Standard at the Turn of the Twentieth Century: Rising Powers, Global Money, and the Age of Empire

by Steven Bryan

By the end of the nineteenth century, the world was ready to adopt the gold standard, out of fealty not so much to Britain but to realpolitik concerns of national power, prestige, and anti-English competition....


The Federal Reserve Conspiracy

by Antony C Sutton

Another fine and extremely well researched work by Antony C. Sutton. An expose' of the people and forces behind the takeover of the US economy by the Federal Reserve system, on behalf of the oligarchs. A must...


Money as Organization, Gustavo Del Vecchio's Theory

by Gianfranco Tusset

Between 1909-17, Gustavo Del Vecchio developed a 'theory of circulation'. In a series of articles he set out his thoughts on the utility and value of money, credit, discount rates, banking and international...


An easy approach to online trading. how to become an online trader and learn the introductory information that are necessary to be successful in this market

by Stefano Calicchio

Are you interested in Trading, but you do not know how to start? Would you like to become a professional investor and know how financial markets work? Do you want to create an alternative activity without working...


Co-Operative Enterprise Building a Better World

by Gregory Wallace, Terry MacDonald & Ian MacPherson

The purpose of this book is to introduce you in considerable detail to what we call the 'co-operative enterprise', and to explore with you the broader question of why co-operatives are important in today's world....


Greenback Planet: How the Dollar Conquered the World and Threatened Civilization as We Know It

by H. W. Brands

The world runs on the U.S. dollar. From Washington to Beijing, governments, businesses, and individuals rely on the dollar to conduct commerce and invest profitably and safely-even after the global financial...


The End of Money and the Future of Civilization

by Thomas Greco

Like the proverbial fish who doesn’t know what water is, we swim in an economy built on money that few of us comprehend, and, most definitely, what we don’t know is hurting us.

Very few people realize that...


Money: Understanding and Creating Alternatives to Legal Tender

by Thomas Greco, Karen Kerney & Vicki Robin

Cash. Loot. Scratch. Lucre. Bread. Coin. Scrip. Moolah. Green. We all think we know intuitively what money is, and what it can do for us. Tom Greco, director of the Community Information Resource Center, understands...


Currency Unions

by Alberto Alesina & Robert J. Barro

Currency Unions reviews the traditional case for flexible exchange rates and "countercyclical"—that is, expansionary during recessions and contractionary in booms—monetary policy, and shows how flexible...


Anxious to Do Good: Learning to Be an Economist the Hard Way

by Alan Peacock

After nearly three and a half -- rather too exciting -- years as a young war-time sailor, Alan Peacock expected to return to a life of quiet contemplation. Instead he became an activist economist frequently...


Convergence and Divergence of National Financial Systems: Evidence from the Gold Standards, 1871-1971

by Patrice Baubeau & Anders Ogren

This collection of essays aims to form a focused, original and constructive approach to examining the question of convergence and divergence in Europe.


The Postcatastrophe Economy: Rebuilding America and Avoiding the Next Bubble

by Eric Janszen

How government and business can work together to secure our economic future.

The 2008 crisis was just the beginning; according to sought-after analyst Eric Janszen, an even bigger financial catastrophe is...


Money & Soul: A New Balance Between Finance and Feelings

by Per Espen Stoknes

Many people feel that money and what we perceive as the psyche, or soul, are bitter enemies: do we choose money or soul, finance or feelings, markets or common humanity? This book traces the origins of these...


The DAO of Capital: Austrian Investing in a Distorted World

by Mark Spitznagel & Ron Paul

As today's preeminent doomsday investor Mark Spitznagel describes his Daoist and roundabout investment approach, “one gains by losing and loses by gaining.” This is Austrian Investing, an archetypal, counterintuitive,...