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The Economics Of Abundance (Gower Green Economics And Sustainable Growth Series)

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No matter how many resources we consume we never seem to have enough. The Economics of Abundance is a balanced book in which Wolfgang Hoeschele challenges why this is so. He claims that our current capitalist economy can exist only on the basis of manufactured scarcity created by 'scarcity-generating institutions', and these institutions manipulate both demand and supply ...more
Hardcover, 258 pages
Published June 28th 2010 by Routledge (first published May 1st 2010)
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