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Free Lunch Thinking

How Economics Ruins the Economy
Bergin, Tom
Random House Book Group Ltd.
ISBN/EAN: 9781847942746
Umbreit-Nr.: 9804735

Sprache: Englisch
Umfang: VI, 378 S.
Format: C-Format (3 x 23.5 x 15.2 cm)
Einband: Paperback

Erscheint am 28.01.2021
€ 20,00
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    • Economic theories and models shape our everyday lives. They are relied on by politicians, they inform debates about everything from bonuses for CEOs to minimum wage rates. They determine what levels of tobacco or petrol duty are charged, and influence government approaches to issues as diverse as obesity and climate change. But are policy makers right to be so slavishly reliant on them? A radical reappraisal of current economic thinking, based on case studies from around the world.
Economic theories and models shape our everyday lives. They are relied on by politicians, they inform debates about everything from bonuses for CEOs to minimum wage rates. They determine what levels of tobacco or petrol duty are charged, and influence government approaches to issues as diverse as obesity and climate change. But are policy makers right to be so slavishly reliant on them? A radical reappraisal of current economic thinking, based on case studies from around the world.
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