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Unplug And Play

Author: Brad Berger, CFP(R) Clf(r)
Publisher: Familius
ISBN: 9781942934509
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Unplug and Play! 50 Group Games That Don't Need Chargingguarantees hours of engaging entertainment with fifty original games that test each player's ability to strategize, bluff, read minds, memorize, think quickly, and solve puzzles."

Inside Mad

Author: The Editors Of Mad Magazine
Publisher: Liberty Street
ISBN: 9781618930897
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Go Inside MAD! It has long been assumed that anyone who wasted their formative years reading MAD must have wound up as a complete failure in life. But as it turns out, some readers actually went on to be...successful! For the first time ever, MAD asked some of these successful readers to share what reading (and appearing in) MAD meant to them. What they have to say may surprise you! Featuring essays with nouns, verbs, and punctuation by: Roseanne Barr Ken Burns Dane Cook Paul Feig Whoopi Goldberg Harry Hamlin Tony Hawk Ice-T Penn Jillette George Lopez David Lynch Todd McFarlane Jeff Probst John Slattery John Stamos Pendleton Ward Matthew Weiner But wait-there's more! (Regrettably.) MAD asked some of the aforementioned "complete failures in life" (MAD's editors, writers and artists to share their all-time favorite MAD articles. What they have to say will definitely disappoint you! Featuring the moronic mumblings of: Sergio Aragones Tom Bunk Tim Carvell Paul Coker Jack Davis Dick DeBartolo Desmond Devlin Mort Drucker Mark Fredrickson Drew Friedman Frank Jacobs Al Jaffee Peter Kuper Tom Richmond And many more! Plus, inside: a never-before-reprinted Alfred E. Neuman pop art poster! And, an all new fold-out poster: a specially commissioned look at the legendary MAD offices by Sergio Aragones!

Beyond Brexit

Author: Fred Harrison
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780995635104
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A unique strategy for post-Brexit Britain is developed to maximise prospects of Theresa May's government honoring its promises while strengthening the UK's bargaining with the EU. Tax reform is the key to re-balancing the UK and EU economies. VAT deprives Europe of 1 trillion euros every year and provokes the migration that triggered Brexit.

Rent Unmasked

Author: Fred Harrison
Publisher: Shepheard-Walwyn Publishers
ISBN: 9780856835117
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Rent Unmasked explores the new economic paradigm that policy-makers need to solve global problems in the post-2008 era. With conventional economic theories discredited, the new model must equip governments with tools to re-stabilize societies in a dangerous world. Rent Unmasked explains why one paradigm only qualifies to serve this purpose: the dynamic model that reinstates time and space in economic theorizing. The Flat Earth economics of the neo-classical school is analyzed by the 13 contributors to this volume, which honors the seminal role played by Mason Gaffney, Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of California (Riverside), in exposing the way in which classical economics was debased to serve rent-seeking interests.

The Efficient Market Hypothesists

Author: Colin Read
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 0230274218
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Describes the lives, theories, and legacies of six great minds in finance who changed the way we look at financial markets and equilibrium. Bachelier, Samuelson, Fama, Ross, Tobin, and Shiller; proponents and critics of the market efficiency theories who redefined modern finance, creating the foundation on which all financial analysis rests.

Global Financial Meltdown

Author: C. Read
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230595189
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In easy to understand terms and journalistic style, Read describes the reasons for global financial unrest arising from the sub-prime mortgage crisis and economic meltdowns. He walks the reader through a number of topics in economics and connects these topics to real world financial problems concluding with recommendations for the future.

The Theory Of Public Choice Ii

Author: James M. Buchanan
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 9780472080410
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Discusses voting, tax policy, government regulation, redistribution of wealth, and international negotiation in a new approach to government

The Corruption Of Economics

Author: Mason Gaffney
Publisher: Shepheard-Walwyn Limited
ISBN: 9780856832444
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Blazoned across the front cover of The Economist in the Summer of 1997 was the title of its editorial: ‘The Puzzling Failure of Economics’. The occasion for this frank admission was the publication of a new edition of Samuelson’s Economics, probably the most widely used textbook in universities according to The Economist and now, in 2010, in its 19th edition. The article concluded that it ‘is not a failure of economics, in fact, but of modern (one might say Samuelsonian) economics.’ More than ten years later, modern economics has still proved a ‘failure’ and offered no viable solutions to the causes and consequences of the recent financial crash.The authors argue there is nothing puzzling about this failure. They document how the integrity of economics as a discipline was compromised towards the end of the nineteenth century with the rise of neo-classical economics. Classical economists like Adam Smith had described wealth as the product of three factors - land, labour and capital, whereas the neo-classical school reduced this to two - labour and capital, subsuming land within capital.While this paradigm change was a successful political ploy at the time, undermining arguments in support of the controversial economic reform called for by Henry George in Progress and Poverty, the authors point out it deprived professional economists in the capitalist world of the ability to diagnose problems, fore-cast trends and prescribe solutions, thereby condemning the 20th century and beyond to protracted periods of economic failure. Socialist and Marxist economists were no better: they too failed to recognise the significance of land in the economy, leading to even worse levels of environmental degradation.If the full potential of the market economy, the economics of abundance, is to be enjoyed by everyone, the authors argue, taxes must be transferred from the production and consumption of wealth onto the rent of land. This tax reform would lead to a more efficient economy, a more equitable distribution of wealth and greater protection for the environment. This book is for those who know there is something wrong with our current system and want to discover more about what this is and what can be done to put it right.

After The Crash

Author: Mason Gaffney
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1444333585
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This book analyzes in a new way the causes of the current crash by showing how such events derive from real estate bubbles and their interactions with banks and other lenders. It explains the current crisis, but in the process, the author develops a general theory of capital (drawing on Wicksell) showing how excessive investing in durable capital of slow payback can destabilize and then freeze up a modern economy, which requires constant circulation and renewal of capital to function. Combining that analysis with observed cycles of land speculation, Gaffney shows how a "perfect storm" formed and now has overwhelmed the economy.