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It didn't have to be this way : why boom and bust is unnecessary--and how the Austrian school of economics breaks the cycle

저자: Harry C Veryser
출판사: Wilmington, Delaware : ISI Books, [2012]
시리즈: Culture of enterprise series.
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Why Is The Boom-And-Bust Cycle So Persistent? Why did economists fail to predict the economic meltdown that began in 2007--or to pull us out of the crisis more quickly? And how can we prevent future calamities?
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모든 저자 / 참여자: Harry C Veryser
ISBN: 1935191071 9781935191070
OCLC 번호: 828265192
설명: vii, 318 pages ; 24 cm.
내용: Introduction: It didn't have to be this way --
pt. 1. Warnings ignored --
ch. 1. A science of human action --
ch. 2. Looking at today and dreading tomorrow --
ch. 3. A short history of the Austrian school --
pt. 2. How we got here --
ch. 4. The age of classical liberalism --
ch. 5. Chaos: the legacies of World War I --
ch. 6. The age of Bretton Woods --
ch. 7. Nixon's folly --
ch. 8. Reagon's folly --
pt. 3. A reconstruction of economics --
ch. 9. The division of labor --
ch. 10. The prerequisities of prosperity --
ch. 11. The nature of human action --
ch. 12. Inflation and deflation --
ch. 13. Faustian bargain: the trade cycle --
Conclusion: The Austrian movement.
일련 제목: Culture of enterprise series.
책임: Harry C. Veryser.

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Why Is The Boom-And-Bust Cycle So Persistent? Why did economists fail to predict the economic meltdown that began in 2007--or to pull us out of the crisis more quickly? And how can we prevent future calamities?

Mainstream economics has no adequate answers for these pressing questions. To understand how we got here, and how we can ensure prosperity, we must turn to an alternative to the dominant approach: the Austrian School of economics. Veiyser tells the fascinating (but frightening) story of how our modern economic condition developed. The most recent recession, far from being an isolated incident, was part of a larger cycle that has been the scourge of the West for a century--a cycle rooted in government manipulation of markets and currency. The lesson is clear: the devastation of the recent economic crisis--and of stagflation in the 1970s, and of the Great Depression in the 1930s--could have been avoided. It didn't have to be this way. Economics is not a mysterious science, Veryser shows. As the Austrian School teaches, it is simply the study of human action. Mainstream economics has failed because it has forgotten this fundamental truth. Economists have tried to put economics on a par with hard sciences like physics, reducing everything to numbers. But their complex mathematical models and cherished theories have only contributed to economic collapse. As the debate rages over the role of government in the economy, Harry Veryser presents the proper alternative to government interventionist approaches that have proved so ineffective. Too long unappreciated, the Austrian School of economics reveals the crucial conditions for a successful economy and points the way to a free, prosperous, and humane society--Book Jacket.

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