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The Science of Economics | [Fred Foldvary]

The Science of Economics

The Science of Economics is a complete and thorough presentation of the principles of economics. Integrating various schools of thought (classical, neoclassical, Austrian, Georgist), this full-spectrum treatise on economics delivers a comprehensive yet concise education in economics. Readers will learn how to analyze issues and formulate remedies for our social problems. The Science of Economics delivers a depth, breadth, and fervor for social progress that is rarely found in other economics books.
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Publisher's Summary

The Science of Economics is a complete and thorough presentation of the principles of economics. Integrating various schools of thought (classical, neoclassical, Austrian, Georgist), this full-spectrum treatise on economics delivers a comprehensive yet concise education in economics. Readers will learn how to analyze issues and formulate remedies for our social problems. The Science of Economics delivers a depth, breadth, and fervor for social progress that is rarely found in other economics books.

The Science of Economics covers a multitude of topics in economics, including:

  • The foundational premises of economics.
  • The ethical basis of a market economy.
  • The significance of the three factors (land, labor, and capital goods).
  • The time origin of interest.

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