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✏Book Title : A Primer on Modern Themes in Free Market Economics and Policy
✏Author : John M. Cobin
✏Publisher : Universal-Publishers
✏Release Date : 2009
✏Pages : 612
✏ISBN : 9781599428949
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏A Primer on Modern Themes in Free Market Economics and Policy Book Summary : Free market economics has made many advances during the past thirty years. These advances are due to the maturing of public choice theory and empirical studies, along with a resurgence of interest in Austrian economic themes like free banking, market process entrepreneurship, and the critique of socialism and interventionism. In addition, new avenues have opened in law and economics and regulatory studies which favor free market ideas. The purpose of this book is to introduce and summarize some of the important advances in contemporary free market economics and policy by introducing the key concepts of public choice, public policy, Austrian economics, and law and economics. This volume is a non-technical compendium of thought which incorporates long quotations from important scholars in each field, ideal for students wishing to survey these topics without having to read dozens of academic articles and books. Also presented is new theory regarding topics such as perverse incentives and allodial real property policy. The second edition is significantly expanded, including updated information and articles, new research in areas such as family policy, new tables, and is easier to read with improved organization.

📒Rethinking Money ✍ Bernard A. Lietaer

✏Book Title : Rethinking Money
✏Author : Bernard A. Lietaer
✏Publisher : Berrett-Koehler Publishers
✏Release Date : 2013
✏Pages : 265
✏ISBN : 9781609942960
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Rethinking Money Book Summary : Argues that the world's current philosophies on money have caused the recent financial meltdowns of the United States and Europe, and argues that rethinking the concept of money as cooperative currencies would help solve many of these economic problems.

✏Book Title : Why the U S Gets the Worst Childbirth Outcomes In the Industrialized World
✏Author : Jill Herendeen
✏Publisher : Lulu Press, Inc
✏Release Date : 2014-12-26
✏Pages :
✏ISBN : 9781312692435
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Why the U S Gets the Worst Childbirth Outcomes In the Industrialized World Book Summary : In the light of the Occupy Wall Street movement, WHY THE U. S. GETS THE WORST CHILDBIRTH OUTCOMES IN THE INDUSTRIALIZED WORLD presents the bad news about our for-profit maternity system (which our mainstream media refuse to air) and why it is this way, and compares it with how the countries which get the best maternity results approach the jobs of maternity care, health care in general, and family support. Not only could the U.S. see solid improvement, it could be easily affordable, and even cheaper than what we're doing now.

📒The Evolution Of Money ✍ David Orrell

✏Book Title : The Evolution of Money
✏Author : David Orrell
✏Publisher : Columbia University Press
✏Release Date : 2016-06-14
✏Pages : 336
✏ISBN : 9780231541671
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Evolution of Money Book Summary : The sharing economy's unique customer-to-company exchange is possible because of the way in which money has evolved. These transactions have not always been as fluid as they are today, and they are likely to become even more fluid. It is therefore critical that we learn to appreciate money's elastic nature as deeply as do Uber, Airbnb, Kickstarter, and other innovators, and that we understand money's transition from hard currencies to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin if we are to access their cooperative potential. The Evolution of Money illuminates this fascinating reality, focusing on the tension between currency's real and abstract properties and advancing a vital theory of money rooted in this dual exchange. It begins with the debt tablets of Mesopotamia and follows with the development of coin money in ancient Greece and Rome, gold-backed currencies in medieval Europe, and monetary economics in Victorian England. The book ends in the digital era, with the cryptocurrencies and service providers that are making the most of money's virtual side and that suggest a tectonic shift in what we call money. By building this organic time line, The Evolution of Money helps us anticipate money's next, transformative role.