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50 economics classics : your shortcut to the most important ideas on capitalism, finance, and the global economy / by Tom Butler-Bowdon

By: Butler-Bowdon, Tom.
Publisher: London, U.K. : Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 2017Description: 357 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9781857886733.Other title: Fifty economics classics.Subject(s): Economics | History | Economic analysis | Governments
Contents:
Liaquat Ahamed - Lords of finance (2009) -- William Baumol - The microtheory of innovative entrepreneurship (2010) -- Gary Becker - Human capital (1964) -- John Bogle - The little book of common sense investing (2007) -- Eric Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee - The second machine age (2014) -- Ha-Joon Chang - 23 things they don't tell you about capitalism (2012) -- Diane Coyle - GDP: a brief but affectionate history (2014) -- Ronald Coase - The firm, the market and the law (1990) -- Peter Drucker - Innovation and entrepreneurship (1985) -- Niall Ferguson - The ascent of money (2008) -- Milton Friedman - Capitalism and freedom (1962) -- J.K. Galbraith - The great crash, 1929 (1954) -- Henry George - Progress and poverty (1879) -- Robert J. Gordon - The rise and fall of American growth (2016) -- Benjamin Graham - The intelligent investor (1949) -- Friedrich Hayek - The use of knowledge in society (1945) -- Albert O Hirschman - Exit, voice and loyalty (1970) -- Jane Jacobs - The economy of cities (1968) --John Maynard Keynes - The general theory of employment, interest and money (1936) -- Naomi Klein - The shock doctrine (2008) -- Paul Krugman - The conscience of a liberal (2007) -- Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner - Freakonomics (2006) -- Michael Lewis - The big short (2011) -- Deirdre McCloskey - Bourgeois equality (2016) -- Thomas Malthus - An essay on the principle of population (1798) -- Alfred Marshall - Principles of economics (1890) -- Karl Marx - Capital (1867) -- Hyman Minsky - Stabilizing an unstable economy (1986) -- Ludwig Von Mises - Human action (1940) -- Dambisa Moyo - Dead aid (2010) -- Elinor Ostrom - Governing the commons (1990) -- Thomas Piketty - Capital in the twenty-first century (2014) -- Karl Polanyi - The great transformation (1944) -- Michael E. Porter - The competitive advantage of nations (1990) -- Ayn Rand - Capitalism: the unknown ideal (1966) -- David Ricardo - Principles of political economy and taxation (1817) -- Dani Rodrik - The globalization paradox (2011) -- Paul Samuelson - Economics (1948) -- E.F. Schumacher - Small is beautiful: economics as if people mattered (1973) -- Joseph Schumpeter - Capitalism, socialism and democracy (1942) -- Thomas Schelling - Micromotives and macrobehavior (1978) -- Amartya Sen - Poverty and famines (1981) -- Robert Shiller - Irrational exuberance (2000) -- Julian Simon - The ultimate resource 2 (1997) -- Adam Smith - The wealth of nations (1778) -- Hernando de Soto - The mystery of capital (2003) -- Joseph Stiglitz - The euro (2016) -- Richard Thaler - Misbehaving: the making of behavioral economics (2015) -- Thorstein Veblen - Theory of the leisure class (1899) -- Max Weber - The protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism (1904).
Summary: Presents a guide to two centuries of ideas and theories about finance, capitalism, and the global economy, from Milton Friedman to Thomas Piketty. Reveals concepts and research from contemporary economists and outlines recent bestsellers on economics.
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Liaquat Ahamed - Lords of finance (2009) -- William Baumol - The microtheory of innovative entrepreneurship (2010) -- Gary Becker - Human capital (1964) -- John Bogle - The little book of common sense investing (2007) -- Eric Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee - The second machine age (2014) -- Ha-Joon Chang - 23 things they don't tell you about capitalism (2012) -- Diane Coyle - GDP: a brief but affectionate history (2014) -- Ronald Coase - The firm, the market and the law (1990) -- Peter Drucker - Innovation and entrepreneurship (1985) -- Niall Ferguson - The ascent of money (2008) -- Milton Friedman - Capitalism and freedom (1962) -- J.K. Galbraith - The great crash, 1929 (1954) -- Henry George - Progress and poverty (1879) -- Robert J. Gordon - The rise and fall of American growth (2016) -- Benjamin Graham - The intelligent investor (1949) -- Friedrich Hayek - The use of knowledge in society (1945) -- Albert O Hirschman - Exit, voice and loyalty (1970) -- Jane Jacobs - The economy of cities (1968) --John Maynard Keynes - The general theory of employment, interest and money (1936) -- Naomi Klein - The shock doctrine (2008) -- Paul Krugman - The conscience of a liberal (2007) -- Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner - Freakonomics (2006) -- Michael Lewis - The big short (2011) -- Deirdre McCloskey - Bourgeois equality (2016) -- Thomas Malthus - An essay on the principle of population (1798) -- Alfred Marshall - Principles of economics (1890) -- Karl Marx - Capital (1867) -- Hyman Minsky - Stabilizing an unstable economy (1986) -- Ludwig Von Mises - Human action (1940) -- Dambisa Moyo - Dead aid (2010) -- Elinor Ostrom - Governing the commons (1990) -- Thomas Piketty - Capital in the twenty-first century (2014) -- Karl Polanyi - The great transformation (1944) -- Michael E. Porter - The competitive advantage of nations (1990) -- Ayn Rand - Capitalism: the unknown ideal (1966) -- David Ricardo - Principles of political economy and taxation (1817) -- Dani Rodrik - The globalization paradox (2011) -- Paul Samuelson - Economics (1948) -- E.F. Schumacher - Small is beautiful: economics as if people mattered (1973) -- Joseph Schumpeter - Capitalism, socialism and democracy (1942) -- Thomas Schelling - Micromotives and macrobehavior (1978) -- Amartya Sen - Poverty and famines (1981) -- Robert Shiller - Irrational exuberance (2000) -- Julian Simon - The ultimate resource 2 (1997) -- Adam Smith - The wealth of nations (1778) -- Hernando de Soto - The mystery of capital (2003) -- Joseph Stiglitz - The euro (2016) -- Richard Thaler - Misbehaving: the making of behavioral economics (2015) -- Thorstein Veblen - Theory of the leisure class (1899) -- Max Weber - The protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism (1904).

Presents a guide to two centuries of ideas and theories about finance, capitalism, and the global economy, from Milton Friedman to Thomas Piketty. Reveals concepts and research from contemporary economists and outlines recent bestsellers on economics.

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