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The Resource 50 economics classics : your shortcut to the most important ideas on capital, finance and the global economy, Tom Butler-Bowdon

50 economics classics : your shortcut to the most important ideas on capital, finance and the global economy, Tom Butler-Bowdon

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50 economics classics : your shortcut to the most important ideas on capital, finance and the global economy
Title
50 economics classics
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your shortcut to the most important ideas on capital, finance and the global economy
Statement of responsibility
Tom Butler-Bowdon
Title variation
Fifty economics classics
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Language
eng
Summary
From Karl Marx to Naomi Klein, from The Wealth of Nations to Piketty's Capital, here are the 50 most important titles on finance and world economy distilled
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Also available in print version.
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1967-
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Butler-Bowdon, Tom
Dewey number
330
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
HB171.7
LC item number
.B88 2017eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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50 classics series
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  • Economics
  • Economics
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50 economics classics : your shortcut to the most important ideas on capital, finance and the global economy, Tom Butler-Bowdon
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https://search.credoreference.com/content/title/nicbec?institutionId=4215
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online resource
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multicolored
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  • text
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Contents
  • About the author -- Introduction -- 1. Liaquat Ahamed. Lords of finance (2009) -- 2. William J. Baumol. The microtheory of innovative entrepreneurship (2010) -- 3. Gary Becker. Human capital (1964) -- 4. John C. Bogle. The little book of common sense investing (2007) -- 5. Eric Brynjolfsson & Andrew McAfee. The second machine age (2014) -- 6. Ha-Joon Chang. 23 things they don't tell you about capitalism (2011) -- 7. Ronald Coase. The firm, the market, and the law (1988) -- 8. Diane Coyle. GDP: a brief but affectionate history (2014) -- 9. Peter Drucker. Innovation and entrepreneurship (1985) -- 10. Niall Ferguson. The ascent of money (2008) -- 11. Milton Friedman. Capitalism and freedom (1962) -- 12. J. K. Galbraith. The Great Crash 1929 (1955) -- 13. Henry George. Progress and poverty (1879) -- 14. Robert J. Gordon. The rise and fall of American growth (2016) -- 15. Benjamin Graham. The intelligent investor (1949) -- 16. Friedrich Hayek. The use of knowledge in society (1945) -- 17. Albert O. Hirschman. Exit, voice, and loyalty (1970) -- 18. Jane Jacobs. The economy of cities (1968) -- 19. John Maynard Keynes. The general theory of employment, interest, and money (1936) -- 20. Naomi Klein. The shock doctrine (2007) -- 21. Paul Krugman. The conscience of a liberal (2007) -- 22. Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner. Freakonomics (2005) -- 23. Michael Lewis. The big short (2010) -- 24. Deirdre McCloskey. Bourgeois equality (2016) --
  • 25. Thomas Malthus. An essay on the principle of population (1798) -- 26. Alfred Marshall. Principles of economics (1890) -- 27. Karl Marx. Capital (1867) -- 28. Hyman Minsky. Stabilizing an unstable economy (1986) -- 29. Ludwig von Mises. Human action (1949) -- 30. Dambisa Moyo. Dead aid (2010) -- 31. Elinor Ostrom. Governing the commons (1990) -- 32. Thomas Piketty. Capital in the twenty-first century (2014) -- 33. Karl Polanyi. The great transformation (1944) -- 34. Michael E. Porter. The competitive advantage of nations (1990) -- 35. Ayn Rand. Capitalism: the unknown ideal (1966) -- 36. David Ricardo. Principles of political economy and taxation (1817) -- 37. Dani Rodrik. The globalization paradox (2011) -- 38. Paul Samuelson & William Nordhaus. Economics (1948) -- 39. E. F. Schumacher. Small is beautiful (1973) -- 40. Joseph Schumpeter. Capitalism, socialism, and democracy (1942) -- 41. Thomas C. Schelling. Micromotives and macrobehavior (1978) -- 42. Amartya Sen. Poverty and famines (1981) -- 43. Robert J. Shiller. Irrational exuberance (2000) -- 44. Julian Simon. The ultimate resource 2 (1996) -- 45. Adam Smith. The wealth of nations (1776) -- 46. Hernando de Soto. The mystery of capital (2000) --
  • 47. Joseph Stiglitz. The Euro (2016) -- 48. Richard Thaler. Misbehaving: the making of behavioral economics (2015) -- 49. Thorstein Veblen. The theory of the leisure class (1899) -- 50. Max Weber. The Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism (1904) -- 50 More economics classics -- Chronological list – Credits -- Acknowledgements
Control code
9781786845917
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digital files.
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unknown
Edition
Enhanced Credo edition
Extent
1 online resource (59 entries)
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access restricted to authorized users and institutions
Isbn
9781786845917
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electronic
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isbdmedia
Other physical details
2 images
Specific material designation
remote
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  • (CaBNVSL)gtp00567365
  • (Credo)nicbec2017
  • (OCoLC)1013172473
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Mode of access: World Wide Web
Label
50 economics classics : your shortcut to the most important ideas on capital, finance and the global economy, Tom Butler-Bowdon
Link
https://search.credoreference.com/content/title/nicbec?institutionId=4215
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • About the author -- Introduction -- 1. Liaquat Ahamed. Lords of finance (2009) -- 2. William J. Baumol. The microtheory of innovative entrepreneurship (2010) -- 3. Gary Becker. Human capital (1964) -- 4. John C. Bogle. The little book of common sense investing (2007) -- 5. Eric Brynjolfsson & Andrew McAfee. The second machine age (2014) -- 6. Ha-Joon Chang. 23 things they don't tell you about capitalism (2011) -- 7. Ronald Coase. The firm, the market, and the law (1988) -- 8. Diane Coyle. GDP: a brief but affectionate history (2014) -- 9. Peter Drucker. Innovation and entrepreneurship (1985) -- 10. Niall Ferguson. The ascent of money (2008) -- 11. Milton Friedman. Capitalism and freedom (1962) -- 12. J. K. Galbraith. The Great Crash 1929 (1955) -- 13. Henry George. Progress and poverty (1879) -- 14. Robert J. Gordon. The rise and fall of American growth (2016) -- 15. Benjamin Graham. The intelligent investor (1949) -- 16. Friedrich Hayek. The use of knowledge in society (1945) -- 17. Albert O. Hirschman. Exit, voice, and loyalty (1970) -- 18. Jane Jacobs. The economy of cities (1968) -- 19. John Maynard Keynes. The general theory of employment, interest, and money (1936) -- 20. Naomi Klein. The shock doctrine (2007) -- 21. Paul Krugman. The conscience of a liberal (2007) -- 22. Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner. Freakonomics (2005) -- 23. Michael Lewis. The big short (2010) -- 24. Deirdre McCloskey. Bourgeois equality (2016) --
  • 25. Thomas Malthus. An essay on the principle of population (1798) -- 26. Alfred Marshall. Principles of economics (1890) -- 27. Karl Marx. Capital (1867) -- 28. Hyman Minsky. Stabilizing an unstable economy (1986) -- 29. Ludwig von Mises. Human action (1949) -- 30. Dambisa Moyo. Dead aid (2010) -- 31. Elinor Ostrom. Governing the commons (1990) -- 32. Thomas Piketty. Capital in the twenty-first century (2014) -- 33. Karl Polanyi. The great transformation (1944) -- 34. Michael E. Porter. The competitive advantage of nations (1990) -- 35. Ayn Rand. Capitalism: the unknown ideal (1966) -- 36. David Ricardo. Principles of political economy and taxation (1817) -- 37. Dani Rodrik. The globalization paradox (2011) -- 38. Paul Samuelson & William Nordhaus. Economics (1948) -- 39. E. F. Schumacher. Small is beautiful (1973) -- 40. Joseph Schumpeter. Capitalism, socialism, and democracy (1942) -- 41. Thomas C. Schelling. Micromotives and macrobehavior (1978) -- 42. Amartya Sen. Poverty and famines (1981) -- 43. Robert J. Shiller. Irrational exuberance (2000) -- 44. Julian Simon. The ultimate resource 2 (1996) -- 45. Adam Smith. The wealth of nations (1776) -- 46. Hernando de Soto. The mystery of capital (2000) --
  • 47. Joseph Stiglitz. The Euro (2016) -- 48. Richard Thaler. Misbehaving: the making of behavioral economics (2015) -- 49. Thorstein Veblen. The theory of the leisure class (1899) -- 50. Max Weber. The Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism (1904) -- 50 More economics classics -- Chronological list – Credits -- Acknowledgements
Control code
9781786845917
Dimensions
digital files.
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
Enhanced Credo edition
Extent
1 online resource (59 entries)
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access restricted to authorized users and institutions
Isbn
9781786845917
Media category
electronic
Media MARC source
isbdmedia
Other physical details
2 images
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CaBNVSL)gtp00567365
  • (Credo)nicbec2017
  • (OCoLC)1013172473
System details
Mode of access: World Wide Web

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