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Adam Smith and the Wealth of Nations: The Discovery of Capitalism and Its Limits

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Adam Smith and the Wealth of Nations: The Discovery of Capitalism and Its Limits

Adam Smith and the Wealth of Nations: The Discovery of Capitalism and Its Limits by Daniel Diatkine
English | PDF,EPUB | 2021 | 270 Pages | ISBN : 3030815994 | 5 MB

“With an unsurpassed mastery of Adam Smith’s work Daniel Diatkine has written an important revisionist interpretation. By a determined concentration on the problems Smith himself saw and tried to solve, rather than the problems we may have wanted him to see and solve, Diatkine is able to set aside a good deal of the anachronism that still distorts our understanding of the Scottish thinker. Here a striking contribution is Diatkine’s focus on class as an important factor in Smith’s analysis of the detrimental role of the people who wielded capital.”

Early Utilitarians: Lives and Ideals

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Early Utilitarians: Lives and Ideals

Early Utilitarians: Lives and Ideals by Ken Binmore
English | PDF | 2021 | 97 Pages | ISBN : 3030745821 | 4.5 MB

People who put the public good before their own self interest have been admired throughout history. But what is the public good? Sages and prophets who think they know better what is good for us than we know ourselves held sway on this subject for more than two thousand years. The world had to wait for the Enlightenment that burst upon the world in the eighteenth century for an account of the public good free from the prejudices of the privileged classes.

John Locke and the Bank of England (Routledge Studies in the History of Economics)

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John Locke and the Bank of England (Routledge Studies in the History of Economics)

John Locke and the Bank of England (Routledge Studies in the History of Economics) by Claude Roche
2021 | ISBN: 036785919X | English | 174 pages | PDF | 11 MB

The Emergence of Arthur Laffer: The Foundations of Supply-Side Economics in Chicago and Washington, 1966–1976

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The Emergence of Arthur Laffer: The Foundations of Supply-Side Economics in Chicago and Washington, 1966–1976

The Emergence of Arthur Laffer: The Foundations of Supply-Side Economics in Chicago and Washington, 1966–1976 by Brian Domitrovic
English | EPUB | 2021 | 259 Pages | ISBN : 3030655539 | 2 MB

This book explores the origins of Arthur Laffer’s economic theories and how they became a part of mainstream economic policy. Utilizing interviews and archival material, Laffer’s life is traced from his early education through to his time working for the Nixon and Reagan administrations. Laffer’s influence on Reaganomics is discussed alongside the development of supply-side economics, the shift towards neoliberal policies, and the Laffer curve.

The Emergence of Arthur Laffer: The Foundations of Supply-Side Economics in Chicago and Washington, 1966–1976

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The Emergence of Arthur Laffer: The Foundations of Supply-Side Economics in Chicago and Washington, 1966–1976

The Emergence of Arthur Laffer: The Foundations of Supply-Side Economics in Chicago and Washington, 1966–1976 by Brian Domitrovic
English | PDF | 2021 | 259 Pages | ISBN : 3030655539 | 2.3 MB

This book explores the origins of Arthur Laffer’s economic theories and how they became a part of mainstream economic policy. Utilizing interviews and archival material, Laffer’s life is traced from his early education through to his time working for the Nixon and Reagan administrations. Laffer’s influence on Reaganomics is discussed alongside the development of supply-side economics, the shift towards neoliberal policies, and the Laffer curve.