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Galbraith Lower Econ

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by
M.E. Sharpe
1908-, Galbraith, John Kenneth,, Galbraith, John Ke
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8377125M
ISBN 100873320409
ISBN 139780873320405

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This title was first published in Brand: Taylor And Francis. F rom the s through the s, John Kenneth Galbraith was one of the most widely read economists in the United States.

One reason is that he wrote so well, with the ability to turn a clever phrase that made those he argued against look foolish. Galbraith’s first major book, published inis American Capitalism: The Concept of Countervailing Power.

John Kenneth Galbraith OC (Octo – Ap ), also known as Ken Galbraith, was a Canadian-American economist, public official and diplomat, and a leading proponent of 20th-century American books on economic topics were bestsellers from the s through the s, a time during which Galbraith fulfilled the role of public mater: Ontario Agricultural College, University.

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Myron E. Sharpe is the author of Galbraith Lower Econ ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews). John Kenneth Galbraith () was a critically acclaimed author and one of America's foremost economists.

His most famous works include The Affluent Society, The Good Society, and The Great Crash. Galbraith was the recipient of the Order of Canada and the Robert F.

Kennedy Book Award for Lifetime Achievement, and he was twice awarded the Presidential Medal of by: Galbraith's heavy focus on inflation makes it clear that this book was written in the late 70's. Nonetheless, this book is important in that it emphasizes the failure of economics to deal with the problem of oligopoly - a problem that plagues even current economic thought/5.