How Much Money Does an Economy Need?: Solving the Central Economic Puzzle of Money, Prices, and Jobs

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Axios Press, 2007 - Business & Economics - 185 pages
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How Much Money Does an Economy Need? takes a subject that most people find difficult to decipher and makes it easy to understand. Not only easy, but fascinating, with startling insights in every chapter. This book is especially recommended for informed readers and public policy makers who want to get to the bottom of economics so that they can make better choices.

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Hunter Lewis, co-founder of the global investment firm Cambridge Associates, LLC, has written eight books on economics and related subjects, including the widely acclaimed Are the Rich Necessary? ("Highly provocative and highly pleasurable."-New York Times) and Where Keynes Went Wrong. He has contributed to the New York Times, the Times of London, the Washington Post, and the Atlantic Monthly, as well as numerous websites such as Forbes.com. He has served on boards and committees of fifteen leading not-for-profit organizations, including environmental, teaching, research, and cultural organizations, as well as the World Bank.

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