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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, which were copied by European trade partners in the Middle Ages in European...

The Freedom of Peaceful Action

by Stuart K. Hayashi

The Freedom of Peaceful Action is the first installment of the trilogy The Nature of Liberty, which makes an ethical philosophic case for individual liberty and the free market against calls for greater government...

Exploring Capitalist Fiction

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...

Freedom From the Market

by Mike Konczal

The progressive economics writer redefines the national conversation about American freedom

“Mike Konczal [is] one of our most powerful advocates of financial reform‚ [a] heroic critic of austerity‚ and...

The War on Cash

by David McRee


This book is  a wake-up call to every one about the tactics being used by governments to restrict the public's use of cash and to abuse the laws for its own purposes.

Powerful forces are threatening your...

Revolutionizing World Trade

by Kati Suominen

Almost 15 years ago, in The World is Flat, Thomas Friedman popularized the latest wave of globalization as a world of giant corporate supply chains that tripled world trade between 1990 and 2010. Major corporations...

The Hidden History of Monopolies

by Thom Hartmann

“This is the most important, dynamic book on the cancers of monopoly by giant corporations written in our generation.”—from the foreword by Ralph Nader

American monopolies dominate, control, and consume...


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...

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...

Leveraging On Disruptive Marketing To Invigorate Your Online Business Growth With Profitable Ideas

by Hillary Scholl

In a world trending  with  disruptive  innovation, most disruption lies in the evolution of  customer's   behavior,  interest  ,  values  and expectations. Enterprises are faced...

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...

Capitalism and Democracy

by Thomas A. Spragens,

This book serves as an introduction to the ongoing political debate about the relationship of capitalism and democracy.

In recent years, the ideological battles between advocates of free markets and minimal government,...

Alternative Spaces/Transformative Places

by Clayton Rosati & Joshua D. Atkinson

Alternative Spaces/Transformative Places addresses the rise of unruly spaces in society, as well as communicative strategies that citizens and activists may use to democratize them. With the widespread use of...

Anticapitalism and the Emergence of Antisemitism

by Stephanie Chasin

The longest-lived stereotype of Jews with the broadest appeal is the idea that Jews are money-driven. From the fictional moneylender Shylock demanding his pound of flesh to the Wall Street banker, for centuries...

Art after Money, Money after Art

by Max Haiven

We imagine that art and money are old enemies, but this myth actually reproduces a violent system of global capitalism and prevents us from imagining and building alternatives.

From the chaos unleashed by...

Market Frictions

by Kirsten W. Endres

Based on ethnographic research conducted over 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...

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...

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...

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...