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WHY MOST THINGS FAIL: Evolution, Extinction & Economics.
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WHY MOST THINGS FAIL: Evolution, Extinction & Economics.

By Ormerod, Paul.

New York: Pantheon, (2005). Illustrated by charts and graphs. Stated First American (&N) edition. Original publisher review laid in. Cloth backed boards. 8vo. pp. 255. Index. Fine/In like jacket/Unclipped price in mylar. ISBM 0375424059..


Demand for International Foreign Reserves of Energy-Exporting Countries [Doctoral Thesis in Economics, The.

By Al-Salem, Hamza b.1965.

Worcester, MA: Clark University, May 2005. Illustrated by charts and tables. First edition. c.2003 author. Red buckram, recto text. Signed by chief instructor, John C. Brown. 4to. pp. 222. Bibliography. As New/No jacket, as issued. Three alternatives to the buffer stock and monetary approaches tested on five energy-exporting countries: Kuwait, Netherlands, Norway, Arabia, Venezuela. Oversize..


HOW MUCH IS THAT IN REAL MONEY? A Historical Commodity Price Index for Use As a Deflator of Money Values in the Economy of the United States.

By McCusker, John J.

Worcester, MA: American Antiquarian Society, 2001. Illustrated by b/w reproductions and charts. Stated second, revised and enlarged edition. Stiff wraps. Inscribed by author "With appreciation of your support of AAS...". 8vo. pp. 142. Appendices, Bibliography, Index. Fine. Ewing Halsell Distinguished Professor of History and professor of economics at Trinity University in San Antonio. ISBN: 1929545010..


INTERNATIONAL MONETARY SYSTEM progress and Prospects. An Atlantic Council Policy Series.

By Solomon, Robert, William McChesney Martin Jr., and Frank a Southard Jr.

Boulder, CO: Westview PRess, (1977). Illustrated by line drawings and tables. First (NAP) edition. Silver printed paper boards. 8vo. pp. 86. Very Good/No jacket, as issued/Ex-Lib. Stamps and numbers (withdrawn), several pen brackets in margin...working copy of scarce title..


BALANCE OF PAYMENTS, Theory and Economic Policy, The.

By Stern, Robert M.

Chicago: Aldine Publishing Co, (1973). Edited by Harry G. Johnson. Illustrated by charts/graphs and line drawings. First (FP) edition. Aldine Treatises in Modern Economics. Burgundy cloth, gilt stamping. 8vo. pp. 436. Bibliography, Indices. VG/No jacket. Bump to rear board edge and several corners with cap and corner rubbing, internally near fine (one erased sentance with heavy-handed pencil underlining pp. 117). No ownership..


GOLD: The True Yellow Peril.

By Worden, Don.

Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Worden & Worden, (1968). First edition. Stapled yellow printed wraps. 12mo. pp. 54, [2] blank. Near Fine. Minor cover soil. Period monograph and analysis of the international monetary crisis..



By Chaison, Gary and Barbara Bigelow.

(Cornell University Press): IRL Press, (2002). First (&N) edition. Clark University press releases laid-in. Cloth backed boards. Demy 8vo. pp. xi, [2]. 133, [3] about authors. Bibliography, Index. Fine/In like jacket/No price in mylar. Unread copy. Five cases: UPS, AFL-CIO, Harvard clerical workers, NAFTA, MA Nurses..


AMERICAN ESTABLISHMENT, A witty and provocative look at the networks of people and institutions that shape American Society, The.

By Silk, Leonard and Mark Silk.

New York: Basic Books, 1980. First edition. Blue cloth. 8vo. pp. xi, [1] blank, 351. Notes, Index. VG/In like jacket/Clipped price in mylar. Light edgewear, small closed tear. Harvard, Ford Foundation, 68th Street, etc..



By Leinsdorf, David and Donald Etra.

New York: Grossman Publishers, 1973. First hardcover edition. Black cloth. 8vo. pp. 406. Near Fine/In like jacket/Unclipped price in mylar. Closed tear..


CREDIT-CARDSMANSHIP: How to Survive the Credit Card Nightmare and Turn Plastic into Gold.

By Meyer, Martin J.

New York: Farnsworth Publishing, 1971. Later edition. Green boards. 8vo. pp. 202. Very Good/In like jacket/Unclipped price in mylar. Light edgewear and rubbing to jacket. Four page addendum on the Federal Credit Card Protection Law..



By Lake, Wilfred Stanley.

Boston: Northeastern University, 1939. Stated 5th edition. c.1939. Green card cover, spiral bound. 8vo. pp. [iv], 154. VG. Part I: student reports of previous nine years of case studies based on cooperative work experience, Part II: questions designed to guide students in text study of ECONOMICS by Fairchild, Furniss and Buck..


WALL STREET SWINDLER, An Insider's Story of Mob Operations in the Stock Market.
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WALL STREET SWINDLER, An Insider's Story of Mob Operations in the Stock Market.

By Hellerman, Michael, with Thomas C. Renner.

New York: Doubleday, 1977. Illustrated by Patricia Saville Voehl jacket. Stated first (SD) edition. cloth backed boards. 8vo. pp. xi, [3], 367, [3]. VG/In like jacket/Clipped price in mylar. Gilt rubbed on half of spine title in slightly sunned jacket with one short tear. Scarce true account..



By Marx, Karl.

Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, nd. Edited by Eleanor Marx Aveling. Orange cloth. 16mo. pp. 128. VG+/No jacket. Light edgewear extremities..


ECONOMICS AND EPISODIC DISEASE: The Benefits of Preventing a Giardiasis Outbreak.

By Harrington, Winston and Krupnick, Alan J. and Spofford, Walter O. Jr.

Washington, DC: Resources for the Future, 1991. First edition. Gray cloth. 8vo. pp. 203. Fine/In like jacket/No price in mylar..


Outline Study of Political Economy.

By Steele, George M.

New York: Chautaugua Press (C.L.S.C. Department), 1885. First edition. Burgundy cloth, decorated black, printed gilt. 12mo. pp. xvi, 195, [1] blank, [4] Ad for the "Garnet Series" first 4 titles. VG/No jacket, as issued. Internally near fine, foxing starting to hinges, several slightly discolored areas on binding..


FIDELITY'S WORLD: The Secret Life and Public Power of the Mutual Fund Giant.

By Henriques, Diana B.

New York: Scribner, 1995. First edition. Green boards, black quarter cloth. 8vo. pp. 415. Near Fine/In like jacket/Unclipped price in mylar..


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By Miles, Marc A., Edwin J. Feulner, Jr. and Mary Anastasia O'Grady.

Washington, DC/New York: Heritage Foundation/Wall Street Journal, 2004. Illustrated by maps and charts. First edition. Five page review letter laid in Jan. 9, 2004 "2004 Index of Economics Freedom Shows Countries that Open Their Economies Experience Faster Growth". Self extended front wraps opening to colored map. 4to. pp. xiv, 428, [2]. Near Fine. Small nick to top edge of cover and review letter. Alphabetical by country, Rank, Score, Category and various economic scores and variables defined and rated. 10th Year. (Postage as 2 books)..