Almost everyone's guide to economics, Volume 1
The well-known economist progresses through a step-by-step explanation of economic principles, the effect of money and banking on the economy, and the reasons for inflation and unemployment
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Review: Almost Everyone's Guide To EconomicsUser Review - Erik Graff - Goodreads
Galbraith is such an entertaining writer that I'll pick up anything by him. This book is a very general, very basic introdurction to the dismal science of economics. Read full review
Review: Almost Everyone's Guide To EconomicsUser Review - Fcippel - Goodreads
Galbraith's heavy focus on inflation makes it clear that this book was written in the late 70's. Nonetheless, this book is important in that it emphasizes the failure of economics to deal with the problem of oligopoly - a problem that plagues even current economic thought. Read full review
What Is Economics Anyway?
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