8 edition of Economists Can Be Bad for Your Health found in the catalog.
by W. W. Norton & Company
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||160|
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Economists Can Be Bad for Your Health: Second Thoughts on the Dismal Science by George P. Brockway A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text.
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Economists Can Be Bad for Your Health: Second Thoughts on the Dismal Science at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.4/5(1). Brockway (The End of Economic Man,etc.) provides here a selection from ten years of musings on ``The Dismal Science'' from his monthly column for The New Leader.
Proving himself as crotchety, humanist, and left-leaning as ever, Brockway tackles such capitalist-economic sacred cows as the theory of the natural rate of unemployment (``counterproductive as well as.
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Get this from a library. Economists can be bad for your health: second thoughts on the dismal science. [George P Brockway] -- George Brockway has long demonstrated that questions of economists can profitably be asked and challenges to prevailing assumptions humanely posed.
With wit, erudition, and the steadfast opinion that. A lot of economists say maximum growth is bad for society and the planet, and they’re preaching slow-growth -- or even no-growth -- economics. And it has meaning for your health in certain.
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This clearly written book is an excellent dissection of some bad ideas that have been allowed to masquerade as common sense for too long. Critical: What We Can Do About the Health A much-needed and hard-hitting plan, from one of the great Democratic minds of our time, to reform America's broken health-care system.
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Economists think they can predict the future, but they fail time and time again. And in some cases, their failure could mean economic misery for everyone. Working Longer May Benefit Your Health William Wells Jr., 72, at home in Eden Prairie, Minn., owns a diversity consulting business and continues to work about 20 hours a Author: Christopher Farrell.
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Stodgy, convoluted writing and ridiculously unnecessary econ graphs kill what could be an outstanding book. I feel like I want to re-write it for them in the spirit of The Economic Way of Thinking/5.
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