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Economists Can Be Bad for Your Health: Second Thoughts on the Dismal… (edition 1996)

by George P. Brockway

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Impersonal forces do not make economic decisions: we do. And what we decide not only determines our society's material well-being but also reflects ethical choices. George P. Brockway's clear, down-to-earth explanations show us how economics works and what the important issues are.
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Title:Economists Can Be Bad for Your Health: Second Thoughts on the Dismal Science
Authors:George P. Brockway
Info:W. W. Norton & Company (1996), Edition: New Ed, Paperback, 160 pages
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Impersonal forces do not make economic decisions: we do. And what we decide not only determines our society's material well-being but also reflects ethical choices. George P. Brockway's clear, down-to-earth explanations show us how economics works and what the important issues are.

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