Monday, 9 March 2015

REAL economics

If you’re in Wellington tomorrow evening, this looks to be a great book launch to get along to.

The book is Real Economics by The Foundation for Economic Growth’s Phil Scott.

The book has its own website, where you can read reviews and even download a sample chapter.

[Everyone seriously interested in economics, from students  to intelligent truck drivers,] should have a copy and read this ground-breaking foundation of clear economic thinking.
Real Economics explains how human actions shape our world and why so much seems to be going wrong for Western economies.
This book will bring enlightenment for the general reader who will see why a few very wealthy are becoming exceedingly rich and the middle classes are on the road to serfdom.

It looks and sounds like it’s worth a good read.

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