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Monopolies and the People

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This book offers a broad and in depth study on the subject of monopoly and competition, including their nature, types, causes, effects, growth, the natural laws, the evils and the remedies of their problems, provided detailed case studies in all major industries, such as mining, transportation and communication, real estate, trade, insurance, government, labor market, etc. The book explains the destruction of competition by monopolies and practical suggestions for controlling monopoles. The book also touches upon the topics of wealth creation and congestion, poverty, financial crises, waste competition, etc. The author's wisdom on how consolidation, patent system, stock market, future contract, outsourcing manufacture to foreign countries, etc. could play evil roles and restrain competition etc. may surprise many. The book presents the facts in a readable and concise way. The book is a must-read by business executives, leaders, money managers and traders.
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Product Details

Edition
2007 Edition
Publisher
Xinware Corporation
Published
September 29, 2011
Language
English
Pages
173
File Format
PDF
File Size
608.82 KB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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