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Econopower : how a new generation of economists is transforming the world, Mark Skousen

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Econopower : how a new generation of economists is transforming the world
Title
Econopower
Title remainder
how a new generation of economists is transforming the world
Statement of responsibility
Mark Skousen
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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DLC
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Skousen, Mark
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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  • Economics
  • Economics
  • Economists
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Econopower : how a new generation of economists is transforming the world, Mark Skousen
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-263) and index
Contents
Introduction: A Golden Age of Discovery -- Pt. 1. Personal Finance: Earning, Saving, Investing, and Retiring -- Ch. 1. Economist Discovers a Painless Way to Triple Your Savings Rate: The $90 Billion Opportunity -- Ch. 2. Modern Portfolio Theory: Can You Beat the Market? -- Ch. 3. Yes, You Can Beat the Market ... with Less Risk -- Ch. 4. High-Return Investing: Lessons from Yale's Endowment Fund -- Ch. 5. How Chile Created a Worker-Capitalist Revolution -- Ch. 6. The Call for Social Security Reform -- Ch. 7. $4,000 a Month from Social Security? -- Ch. 8. How the Private Sector Solved Its Own Pension Crisis -- Ch. 9. The Four Sources of Happiness: Is Money One of Them? -- Pt. 2. Economists Enter the Corporate Boardroom -- Ch. 10. Improving the Bottom Line with EVA -- Ch. 11. How Ludwig von Mises Helped Create the World's Largest Private Company -- Pt. 3. Solving Domestic Problems -- Ch. 12. Look, Ma'am, No Traffic Jams! -- Ch. 13. Patient Power: The New Consumer-Driven Medical Plan -- Ch. 14. Back to Basics: Competition Enters the Classroom -- Ch. 15. Chicago Gun Show -- Ch. 16. Economists Catch Auction Fever -- Ch. 17. If You Built It Privately ... They Will Come: The Economics of Sports Stadiums -- Ch. 18. Who Is Henry Spearman? Economics of the Mystery Novel -- Pt. 4. Solving International Problems -- Ch. 19. Eco-nomics Debate: Angry Planet or Beautiful World? -- Ch. 20. The Population Bomb: Economists Enter the Malthusian Debate -- Ch. 21. A Private-Sector Solution to Extreme Poverty -- Ch. 22. Poverty and Wealth: India versus Hong Kong -- Ch. 23. How Real Is the Asian Economic Miracle? -- Ch. 24. Whatever Happened to the Egyptians? -- Ch. 25. The Irish Economic Miracle: Can We Grow Faster? -- Ch. 26. The Marginal Tax Revolution: The Laffer Curve Goes Global -- Ch. 27. The Debate over Economic Inequality: The Rich Get Richer, and the Poor Get ... -- Ch. 28. One Graph Says It All: The Development of the Economic Freedom Index -- Ch. 29. Amazing Graph: Economists Enter Sacred Ground -- Ch. 30. Peace on Earth, Goodwill toward Men: The Case for Religious Competition -- Pt. 5. Predicting the Future -- Ch. 31. New Yale Forecasting Model: Has the Irving Fisher Curse Been Lifted? -- Ch. 32.Forecasting Elections: Economists Do It Better! -- Ch. 33. What Drives the Economy and Stocks: Consumer Spending or Business Investment? -- Ch. 34. The Midas Metal: A Golden Comeback -- Ch. 35. Is Another Great Depression Possible? -- Ch. 36. Today's Most Influential Economist? -- Ch. 37. Economics for the 21st Century
Control code
ocn166368363
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 274 p.
Isbn
9780470138076
Isbn Type
(cloth)
Lccn
2007045588
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)166368363
Label
Econopower : how a new generation of economists is transforming the world, Mark Skousen
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-263) and index
Contents
Introduction: A Golden Age of Discovery -- Pt. 1. Personal Finance: Earning, Saving, Investing, and Retiring -- Ch. 1. Economist Discovers a Painless Way to Triple Your Savings Rate: The $90 Billion Opportunity -- Ch. 2. Modern Portfolio Theory: Can You Beat the Market? -- Ch. 3. Yes, You Can Beat the Market ... with Less Risk -- Ch. 4. High-Return Investing: Lessons from Yale's Endowment Fund -- Ch. 5. How Chile Created a Worker-Capitalist Revolution -- Ch. 6. The Call for Social Security Reform -- Ch. 7. $4,000 a Month from Social Security? -- Ch. 8. How the Private Sector Solved Its Own Pension Crisis -- Ch. 9. The Four Sources of Happiness: Is Money One of Them? -- Pt. 2. Economists Enter the Corporate Boardroom -- Ch. 10. Improving the Bottom Line with EVA -- Ch. 11. How Ludwig von Mises Helped Create the World's Largest Private Company -- Pt. 3. Solving Domestic Problems -- Ch. 12. Look, Ma'am, No Traffic Jams! -- Ch. 13. Patient Power: The New Consumer-Driven Medical Plan -- Ch. 14. Back to Basics: Competition Enters the Classroom -- Ch. 15. Chicago Gun Show -- Ch. 16. Economists Catch Auction Fever -- Ch. 17. If You Built It Privately ... They Will Come: The Economics of Sports Stadiums -- Ch. 18. Who Is Henry Spearman? Economics of the Mystery Novel -- Pt. 4. Solving International Problems -- Ch. 19. Eco-nomics Debate: Angry Planet or Beautiful World? -- Ch. 20. The Population Bomb: Economists Enter the Malthusian Debate -- Ch. 21. A Private-Sector Solution to Extreme Poverty -- Ch. 22. Poverty and Wealth: India versus Hong Kong -- Ch. 23. How Real Is the Asian Economic Miracle? -- Ch. 24. Whatever Happened to the Egyptians? -- Ch. 25. The Irish Economic Miracle: Can We Grow Faster? -- Ch. 26. The Marginal Tax Revolution: The Laffer Curve Goes Global -- Ch. 27. The Debate over Economic Inequality: The Rich Get Richer, and the Poor Get ... -- Ch. 28. One Graph Says It All: The Development of the Economic Freedom Index -- Ch. 29. Amazing Graph: Economists Enter Sacred Ground -- Ch. 30. Peace on Earth, Goodwill toward Men: The Case for Religious Competition -- Pt. 5. Predicting the Future -- Ch. 31. New Yale Forecasting Model: Has the Irving Fisher Curse Been Lifted? -- Ch. 32.Forecasting Elections: Economists Do It Better! -- Ch. 33. What Drives the Economy and Stocks: Consumer Spending or Business Investment? -- Ch. 34. The Midas Metal: A Golden Comeback -- Ch. 35. Is Another Great Depression Possible? -- Ch. 36. Today's Most Influential Economist? -- Ch. 37. Economics for the 21st Century
Control code
ocn166368363
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 274 p.
Isbn
9780470138076
Isbn Type
(cloth)
Lccn
2007045588
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)166368363

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