Tag Archives: Economics

Review: Killing an Idea: Exhuming Say’s Law by Rand McGreal ★★★★

Killing an Idea: Exhuming Say’ Law (Lost Volume 2) by Rand McGrealIn a chance meeting, crossing between new town and old in the city of Portland, Oregon, economic writer Rand McGreal and French economist Jean Baptiste Say find themselves in commonality. Sitting to discuss their ideas, Say elaborates the ideas that made him notable, all the while answering the challenges and queries of the curious McGreal.…

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Review: Global Economic Boom & Bust Cycles By Khafra K. Om-Ra-Seti

Global Economic Boom & Bust Cycles: The Great Depression and Recovery of the 21st Century by Khafra K. Om-Ra-Seti is an essay on the economic crises and recoveries of recent years and the predictions of the author of where these circumstances will lead us in the near future, what must change and what has lead us to this situation.…

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Review: Random Rationality – Expanded Edition by Fourat Janabi

When I reviewed the first edition of this book here on SPR, I wrote,” Unassuming, universally written with sharp wit and charm, the first pages catch and you want to read on. Although Janabi never professes to be an expert… ”

In this, the special extended version of his book, I want to take that back.…

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