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Economics of the Real World - New Edition

by Peter Donaldson

Condition: Very Good


U K: Pelican Books, 1984 Very light reading crease to the spine. One small corner crease to the front bottom corner. 240 very tight,clean pages. --- The author maintains that the eal underlying issues are more neglected than ever. Growth in itself is not the answer, the aim must be quality of output and comsumption, the nature and distribution of work, and a more equitable sharing of the freedom and power that income and wealth confer. He discusses the value implications of the emphasis on market forces which coupled with the onset of new technology, will result in an increasingly divided society.




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