Micro Mischief A Dia Fenner Economic Thriller

ISBN-10: 0595388795
ISBN-13: 9780595388790
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Description: Wouldnt it be nice to end our dependence on foreign oil, and fuel automobiles with a cheap and abundant energy source? Corith College scientist George Hollaway thinks hes found the answer to this dilemma when he finally succeeds in squeezing fuel  More...

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List price: $12.95
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 166
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

Wouldnt it be nice to end our dependence on foreign oil, and fuel automobiles with a cheap and abundant energy source? Corith College scientist George Hollaway thinks hes found the answer to this dilemma when he finally succeeds in squeezing fuel from the tenacious kudzu plant. But when George seeks financial advice for his discovery from newly hired economics professor Dia Fenner, he receives some bad news. Hes overlooked some key costs in producing kudzu fuel that make the alternative unprofitable in todays marketplace. Yet powerful forces see kudzu fuel as the ticket to their dreams, including the interim college president and two influential businessmen. When Dia persists in presenting her economic arguments questioning the fuel, she first finds her jobthen her lifein jeopardy. Her house is vandalized, shes attacked, and shadowy figures stalk her. Someone is trying to silence Dia. Will they succeed?

MICHAEL WALDEN is Reynolds Distinguished Professor in the Department of Agricultural Resource Economics at North Carolina State University. His previous books include Smart Economics (Praeger, 2005), Everyday Economics (2004), Economics and Consumer Decisions (2001), and Economic Issues: Rhetoric and Reality (1995).

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