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More Than Laissez-Faire (English Edition) Formato Kindle
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In this first book of the four book series Bruce Koerber has given to the world (and to the science of economics) a new economic model which connects human beings to the world around them. This is done using the methodology of subjectivism, in other words, all humans make subjective decisions that lead to the actions that they take and this is what is conveyed in the model.
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More Than Laizzes Faire neatly ties in the spiritual with the mortal in a way that's also informative. The Divine Economy Model is clearly illustrated, dissected and explained in this book.
This work is a "must read" for the student who finds something lacking in their normal studies. It helps to fill the holes that prior economists have left behind. I have rated it five stars because it definitely fills a void that I had discovered in my studies. I highly recommend this book!
Koerber puts an emphasis on capital that I think is to be much appreciated. He sees intervention in the economy as disrupting the human spirit of action and entrepreneurship and does a very able job of supporting such a thesis. These ideas are illustrated on a clever revised rendering of the production possibilities frontier. I liked his writing including a number of phrases such as "floating price system" and "the market process is benevolent and its process is profoundly cooperative, and quietly consultative in nature".
Emphasis is placed on the subjective nature of values due to the uniqueness of every individual.
The book also includes a very useful glossary. Well worth a read!