aGroundbreaking.a aWashington Examiner Economics is primed foraand in desperate need ofaa revolution, respected economic forecaster John D. Mueller shows in this eye-opening book. To make the leap forward will require looking backward, for as Redeeming Economics reveals, the most important element of economic theory has been ignored for more than two centuries. Since the great Adam Smith tore down this pillar of economic thought, economic theory has been unable to account for a fundamental aspect of human experience: the relationships that define us, the loves (and hates) that motivate and distinguish us as persons. In trying to reduce human behavior to exchanges, modern economists have forgotten how these essential motivations are expressed: as gifts (or their opposite, crimes). Mueller makes economics whole again, masterfully reapplying the economic thought of Aristotle, Augustine, and Aquinas.Though the government declined to publish the study (which had demonstrated among other things that the Section 936 tax ... National income and product data pertain only to afinala products, since including the value of raw materials and ... The relative price of labor is derived by dividing the rate of labor compensation per hour by both product prices and labor .... energy use and policy, except for discussing in chapter 2 the tradeoff between free trade and national security pointed outanbsp;...
|Author||:||John D. Mueller|
|Publisher||:||Open Road Media - 2014-04-08|