Bionomics: The Inevitability of Capitalism

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H. Holt, 1990 - Capitalism - 423 pages
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As with life itself, capitalism does not depend on the faith of its defenders. Bionomics depicts economic history as an ongoing evolutionary process, showing how changes in man's material life stimulates the rise of modern capitalism, and suggesting that technological change is the essential force that drives social change. Charts.

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Economists from across the political spectrum will have plenty to howl about as a result of this fresh and engaging statement of a new economic theory. Rothschild, a business consultant, lawyer, and ... Read full review

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