Economic Issues Today Alternative Approaches
Edition: 8th 2005 (Revised)
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List price: $52.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publication date: 3/31/2005
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Figures and Tables|
|Alternative Economic Philosophies: A Survey of Conservative, Liberal, and Radical Critiques|
|Problems in the Marketplace|
|Responding to Market Outcomes: Competition or Protection for American Agriculture?|
|Consumer Welfare: Is It Necessary to Protect the Consumer?|
|Dealing with Externalities: How Can We Save the Environment?|
|Imperfect Competition: Is Big Business a Threat or a Boon?|
|Economic Regulation: Which Path: Deregulation or Reregulation?|
|Income Distribution: Does America Have an Income Inequality Problem?|
|Financing Government: What Is a Fair System of Taxation?|
|Problems of Aggregate Economic Policy|
|Macroeconomic Instability: Are We Depression-Proof?|
|Economic Growth and Stability: Can We Maintain High and Steady Rates of Economic Growth?|
|Balancing the Federal Budget: Should We Be Worried About the Rising Federal Deficit?|
|Unemployment: Is Joblessness an Overrated Problem?|
|Inflation: Can Price Pressures Be Kept Under Control?|
|The New Population Problem: Can We Save Our Social Security System?|
|International Economics: Where Does America Fit into the New World Order?|
|Reprise: The Market Versus Planning and Controls: Which Strategy Works Better?|
|Final Thoughts and Suggested Readings|
|About the Authors|