The Economic Process: An Instantaneous Non-Newtonian Picture

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University Press of America, Dec 14, 2009 - Business & Economics - 430 pages
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The more hoarding, the less investment. The more hoarding, the more inflation. The more hoarding, the more poverty. Carmine Gorga
 

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Contents

Prolegomena Preliminaries
1
The Need to Transform Economic Theory
3
Into Simple and Obvious Economics
9
Overall Analysis of Keynes Model
15
Analysis of the Component Elements of Keynes Model
67
Analysis of the Economic Process
159
Foundations of Economics
303
Consciousness and Conscience of Economics
329
Come To Concord
355
Symbols Meanings and Definitions
359
Concordian Economics Tools to Return Relevance to Economics
363
Economics for Physicists and Ecologists
387
Endnotes
395
Index
399
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Carmine Gorga, Ph.D., former Fulbright Scholar, integrates economic theory with logic, mathematics, political science, law, and economic policy and has been assisted in this work by Professor Franco Modigliani, a Nobel laureate in economics at MIT, for twenty-seven years.

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