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The History of Money for Understanding Economics By Vincent Lannoye
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Money is the key to learning economics. If the monetary system is well understood, it will clarify seemingly impenetrable economic events. "The History of Money for Understanding Economics"... More > is indeed the indispensable reference to decrypt economics, and it does so in an enthralling way, from antiquity to the present day, with readily accessible language. This book answers questions such as: How did money and banking appear? Why did gold coins vanish after circulating for centuries? What is inflation? What is the IMF? "The History of Money for Understanding Economics" also explains new interpretations of history that have underscored how monetary changes have catalyzed events from the fall of the Roman Empire to World War II and beyond. Considering such past monetary influences, Lannoye challenges the reader with a monetary innovation to finance a green economy.< Less
Cleveland History & Economics By Teaching Cleveland
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THE MAKING OF ECONOMICS: An Introduction to the History of Economic Thought By Sa'idu Sulaiman
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This book introduces scholars and students of Economics and related disciplines, and the interested members of the general public, to a field of economics called the History of Economic Thought. This... More > field deals with critical accounts of past contributions inform of ideas, theories, models, rules, concepts and tools of investigation and analysis, made by people to the subject called Economics. The book begins with discussions on the nature, methodology and the importance of the History of Economic Thought. It then examines contributions made to Economics by a selection of economists from the mercantilists, physiocrats, classical economists and the marginalists. The Keynesian revolution led by John Maynard Keynes was given a special attention. The contributions of some selected Nigerian economists were also added to the book.< Less
THE MAKING OF ECONOMICS: An Introduction to the History of Economic Thought By Sa'idu Sulaiman
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This book introduces scholars and students of Economics and related disciplines, and the interested members of the general public, to a field of economics called the History of Economic Thought. This... More > field deals with critical accounts of past contributions inform of ideas, theories, models, rules, concepts and tools of investigation and analysis, made by people to the subject called Economics. The book begins with discussions on the nature, methodology and the importance of the History of Economic Thought. It then examines contributions made to Economics by a selection of economists from the mercantilists, physiocrats, classical economists and the marginalists. The Keynesian revolution led by John Maynard Keynes was given a special attention. The contributions of some selected Nigerian economists were also added to the book.< Less
Volume 2117, Economic history of Chile --- Economic stagnation By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 2117, Economic history of Chile---Economic stagnation Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards the... More > inhuman scale of big data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
Economics, Politics and Economic Policy By Sidney Merry
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This book attempts to demonstrate that economics as currently practised is little more than a presentation to justify the aims and actions of politicians using differing, sometimes opposing, schools... More > of economic thought. It is concerned with the distribution of wealth and only secondarily with the needs of society. Economics has not yet reached a stage at which the causes or effects of actions can be assessed.< Less
A Recent History of Recognized Economic Thought: Contributions of the Nobel Laureates to Economic Science By Lee H. Dymond
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Since 1969, 75 people have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics. “A Recent History of Recognized Economic Thought- Contributions of the Nobel Laureates to Economic Science”... More > describes their major accomplishments in a manner so all readers, regardless of their knowledge of economics, can appreciate the efforts of these scholars and their impact on the development and progress of economic science. Begin with a brief tour of economic thought and the factors that have influenced economic doctrine from the 16th through the 20th century. Then, for each Nobel Laureate, learn about their background and professional affiliations. Complete your understanding of each Laureate’s accomplishments with a concise, relatively non-technical summary of their Nobel Prize Lecture.< Less
A Recent History of Recognized Economic Thought: Contributions of the Nobel Laureates to Economic Science By Lee H. Dymond
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Since 1969, 75 people have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics. A Recent History of Recognized Economic Thought- Contributions of the Nobel Laureates to Economic Science” describes their... More > major accomplishments in a manner so all readers, regardless of their knowledge of economics, can appreciate the efforts of these scholars and their impact on the development and progress of economic science. Begin with a brief tour of economic thought and the factors that have influenced economic doctrine from the 16th through the 20th century. Then, for each Nobel Laureate, learn about their background and professional affiliations. Complete your understanding of each Laureate’s accomplishments with a concise, relatively non-technical summary of their Nobel Prize Lecture.< Less
Physical History and Economics, 2nd Edition By Mark Ciotola
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A mini-treatise describing how the formation and endurance of life and human civilization is driven by a proposed e th Law of Thermodynamics. Table of Contents: Chapter 1-Introduction; Chapter... More > 2-The Big Bang; Chapter 3-Thermodynamics; Chapter 4-Fast Entropy and the eth law; Chapter 5-Formation and Endurance of Life; Chapter 6-Statistical and Evolutionary Intelligence; Chapter 7-Smarter Intelligence; Chapter 8-Development of Civilizations; Chapter 9-Emergence of Regimes; Chapter 10-Bubbles and Flows; Chapter 11-Time Derivatives; Chapter 12-Modeling History and the Future; Chapter 13-Economic Bubbles; Chapter 14-Psychology Versus Fast Entropy; Chapter 15-Great Escapes; Chapter 16-Conclusions.< Less
Adwick-Le-Street... A Social and Economic History By Paul Reynoldson
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Between the Roman’s Rule and the Norman Conquest of 1066 there is no real documented evidence for local historians to get their teeth into. This is due chiefly to the continuous changing of... More > place names. We do know, however that Doncaster and Conisborough were both Saxon burghs, burgh meaning a fortified settlement. Similarly Burghwallis, Sprotborough and Mexborough, may have been fortified settlements also. No doubt, within our long history the Danes settled in Adwick and surrounding areas, we know this due to a find of a grave containing the skeletal remains of a Viking female whilst excavation work was being carried out to lay sewerage pipes for a new development in 2001. some of the finds from the dig The Danes would have come up the Humber estuary and the river Don, a lot of the older place names are Danish in origin, Hangthwaite, meaning a hanging clearing and Langthwaite, this area stretched from Highfields to Castle Hills.< Less

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