Economics for Real People
by Gene Callahan
Publisher: Ludwig von Mises Institute 2004
Number of pages: 352
The second edition of the fun and fascinating guide to the main ideas of the Austrian School of economics, written in sparkling prose especially for the non-economist. Gene Callahan shows that good economics isn't about government planning or statistical models. It's about human beings and the choices they make in the real world.
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