What would the great economists do? : how twelve brilliant minds would solve today's biggest problems / Linda Yueh.
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|North Kansas City Public Library||330.9 YUEH 2018 (Text)||0001002251005||Nonfiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 1250180538
- ISBN: 9781250180537
- Physical Description: 357 pages : illustrations; 25 cm
- Edition: First U.S. Hardback edition.
- Publisher: New York : Picador, 2018.
- Copyright: ©2018
"Originally published in Great Britain as The Great Economists by Viking, a part of the Penguin Random House group of companies."--Title page verso.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 303-331) and index.
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Introduction: Great economists on our economic challenges -- Adam Smith: Should the government rebalance the economy? -- David Ricardo: Do trade deficits matter? -- Karl Marx: Can China become rich? -- Alfred Marshall: Is inequality inevitable? -- Irving Fisher: Are we at risk of repeating the 1930s? -- John Maynard Keynes: To invest of not to invest? -- Joseph Schumpeter: What drives innovation? -- Friedrich Hayek: What can we learn from financial crises? -- Joan Robinson: Why are wages so low? -- Milton Friedman: Are central banks doing too much? -- Douglass North: Why are so few countries prosperous? -- Robert Solow: Do we face a slow-growth future? -- Epilogue: The future of globalization.
"A timely exploration of the life and work of world-changing thinkers--from Adam Smith to John Maynard Keynes--and how their ideas would solve the great economic problems we face today." -- Amazon.com.
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