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Technological Retrogression

by Sylvi B. Endresen & Erik Reinert

The aim of this book is to broaden our understanding of technological change by adopting the concept of technological retrogression. With reference to concrete cases of technological retrogression a new conceptual...


Better Capitalism

by Aaron E. Hedges, Paul E. Knowlton & David P. Gushee

Sometime in your business life you've looked up from the task or person in front of you, paused before your head explodes, and thought to yourself, "There's got to be a better way!" This book offers you that...


The Academic Mind and Reform

by Benjamin G. Rader

For over two generations economist Richard T. Ely popularized a wide spectrum of significant liberal social principles and mirrored many of the dilemmas, frustrations, and successes of the academician as a reformer....


Economics in One Virus

by Ryan A. Bourne

"A truly excellent book that explains where our pandemic response went wrong, and how we can understand those failings using the tools of economics." ?Tyler Cowen, Holbert L. Harris Chair of Economics at George...


Macroeconomics, Third Edition

by David G. Tuerck

This book brings these theories together under one methodological roof, where the choices made by economic agents depend on their varying perceptions of the economic constraints they face, combining new classical...


The Representational Theory of Capital

by Leonidas Zelmanovitz

This book proposes a “representational” theory of capital according to which there is a relation between capital goods in the real side of the economy and instruments representative of property claims on...


Cultural Finance

by Thorsten Hens, Marc Oliver Rieger & Mei Wang

This book provides a comprehensive overview of the emerging field of cultural finance. It summarizes research results of cultural differences in financial decision making and financial markets. Many of the results...


Cultural Finance

by Thorsten Hens, Marc Oliver Rieger & Mei Wang

This book provides a comprehensive overview of the emerging field of cultural finance. It summarizes research results of cultural differences in financial decision making and financial markets. Many of the results...


Mastering the Moneyed Mind, Volume IV

by Christopher Bayer

This book guides readers through self-assessments and evaluations, including communication and relaxation techniques?all aligned with or made to relate to best practices in fiduciary responsibility.

The Gyroscope?A...


Mastering the Moneyed Mind, Volume II

by Christopher Bayer

The book is an exploration of how direct and indirect psychological conditioning eliminates morality from decision making in the world of finance.

The Bottomless Line?Important Lessons They Did Not Teach You...


Mastering the Moneyed Mind, Volume I

by Christopher Bayer

This book invites readers to consider, for themselves, stories of mass mind-control perpetrated by marketing mavens who utilize (and perhaps manipulate) insights from behavioral psychology to generate rank materialism,...


Mastering the Moneyed Mind, Volume III

by Christopher Bayer

Body and Mind?The Effects of Money Problems is the third book in a series about the psychology of money by Dr. Christopher Bayer, the Wall Street Psychologist.

This volume advances readers into an examination...


How to Reform Capitalism

by The School of Life & Alain de Botton

It is quite normal to feel frustrated and sorrowful about aspects of modern capitalism, but realistic hope of change can seem either utopian or demented. In fact, the way that capitalism works is inherently...


Monopolized

by David Dayen

From the airlines we fly to the food we eat, how a tiny group of corporations have come to dominate every aspect of our lives?by one of our most intrepid and accomplished journalists

"If you're looking for a...


Austrian Economics

by Steven Horwitz

What if economics began with people?

Choice is an essential feature of the human condition. Every time we embark on a given plan of action, big or small, we make a choice. Whereas many economists model people?s...


Economics, Volume 2: Modern Economic Problems

by Frank A. Fetter

Professor Fetter's 'Economic Principles' is the second half of a two-volume treatise on economics. The first half 'Economic Principles' deals with the basics. The author of this volume is one of the great American...


The Uses of Diversity

by David Ellerman

The author argues for the virtues of diversity in cities, organizations, strategies for development, and human discourse in general. The opening chapter develops the vision of Jane Jacobs (the "diva of diversity")...


The Political Economy of Collective Action, Inequality, and Development

by William D. Ferguson

This book examines how a society that is trapped in stagnation might initiate and sustain economic and political development. In this context, progress requires the reform of existing arrangements, along with...


Permanent Revolution

by Wyatt Wells

Permanent Revolution concisely describes the development and workings of capitalism and its influence on the broader society. In the developed world—Europe, North America, and parts of East Asia—capitalism...


The Moral Case for Profit Maximization

by Robert White

The Moral Case for Profit Maximization argues that profit maximization is moral when businessmen seek to maximize profit by creating goods or services that are of objective value. Traditionally, profit maximization...