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An up-to-date and down-to-earth introduction to the key economic issues that shape our world - the essential handbook for anyone who wants to understand how economics impacts on our everyday lives by Ross Gittins, economics editor (and guru) of the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.
An economics 'whodunit', this book is a search for the suspects who committed the crime (as many people see it) of the steady retreat from Australia's egalitarian policy structures and institutions over the past two decades. Argy proposes an ambitious, but economically and politically viable, social reform agenda for the future.
A Short History of Socialist Money is a historical and institutional account of the role of money in the planned economies. It is an essential guide for general readers and students interested in monetary economics, the planned economies, comparative economic studies and economic histories.