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Killing an Idea

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A meeting in Portland, Oregon occurs between noted French economist, Jean Baptiste Say, and economic's writer Rand McGreal. The two spend a couple of days discussing the state of Economics while walking through downtown Portland. Say's anger overflows when he discusses the dismissal of his ideas by John Maynard Keynes. As the two establish a relationship Say asks Rand to ...more
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Published June 14th 2014 by Createspace
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Oct 29, 2014 Lori rated it liked it
The book provides a clear easily understood introduction to the two giants of Macroeconomics.It was thought provoking. Not my favorite type of book to read, I prefer light reading as opposed to heavy thought.
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Little too business oriented for me. I feel unqualified to comment on the book. Great title though.
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Rand writes books about Economics. He bases his own economic theories on his experiences as a senior manager at a national bank, international construction firm, national retail chain and as an executive at an urban commercial developer. Rand holds an MBA and undergraduate degree from Oberlin College. He is currently a lecturer and writer trying to correct the many misunderstandings of how to ...more
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