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  • Economics Student Text 3rd Edition

    $58.61

    Economics Student Text (2nd ed.) introduces and explores key principles of economics from household purchases to the stock market. Each chapter includes personal finance sections that explain important economic principles and provide practical information about budgeting, banking, debt, credit and interest. Students will also learn about issues related to national economic systems and policies.

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  • Economics Student Activity Manual 3rd Edition

    $33.89

    Economics covers the financial concerns of the country, businesses, and the home, with Scriptural principles are applied to all areas. The text demonstrates the laws of supply and demand, plus the circular flow of income and products. It depicts the use of money, banking, and government intervention and promotes free market ideals. It explains business competitions, unemployment, productivity, and inflation.

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  • Dave Ramseys Complete Guide To Money

    $21.99

    If you’re looking for practical information to answer all you “How?” “What?” and “Why?” questions about money, this book is for you. Dave Ramsey’s Complete Guide to Money covers the A to Z of Dave’s money teaching, including how to budget, save, dump debt, and invest. You’ll also learn all about insurance, mortgage options, marketing, bargain hunting and the most important element of all-giving.

    Topics Covered: Super Saving, Relating With Money, Cash Flow Planning, Dumping Debt, Credit Sharks In Suits, Buyer Beware, Clause and Effect, That’s Not Good Enough, The Pinnacle Point, From Fruition To Tuition, Working In Your Strengths, Real Estate and
    Mortgages, Give Like No One Else.

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  • Young Investor : Projects And Activities For Making Your Money Grow

    $14.95

    A Chicago Review Press Title

    Explaining the language of finance and the skill of investing, this guide gives kids an early start at making their money grow. The book explains the general concept of money and demonstrates how saving works based on the concepts of simple and compound interest. Children then learn where Wall Street is located, what stocks and bonds do, and, with the help of an adult, the right way to buy or sell a stock, mutual fund, or savings bond. Dozens of projects illustrate how to balance a checkbook, read a stock table, and understand common financial terms such as inflation, recession, and the Federal Reserve Board. This updated edition details the current financial environment, including what is meant by a global economy, economic clues for recovery, and a special section on what mortgages are and how they work. Updated resources for further information online are also included.

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  • Politically Incorrect Guide To Capitalism

    $21.99

    Book Description
    Participating in the economy is a part of everyday life, yet much of what is commonly accepted as economic fact is wrong. Keynesian schoolteachers and the liberal media have filled the world with politically correct errors that myth-busting professor Robert Murphy sets straight. Murphy explains hot topics like outsourcing (why it’s good for Americans) and zoning restrictions (why they’re not). Just like the other books in the P.I.G. series, The Politically Incorrect GuideT to Capitalism pulls no punches.

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    Most commonly accepted economic “facts” are wrong Here’s the unvarnished, politically incorrect truth. The liberal media and propagandists masquerading as educators have filled the world–and deformed public policy–with politically correct errors about capitalism and economics in general. In The Politically Incorrect Guide(tm) to Capitalism, myth-busting professor Robert P. Murphy, a scholar and frequent speaker at the Ludwig von Mises Institute, cuts through all their nonsense, shattering liberal myths and fashionable socialist cliches to set the record straight. Murphy starts with a basic explanation of what capitalism really is, and then dives fearlessly into hot topics like:
    * Outsourcing (why it’s good for Americans) and zoning restrictions (why they’re not)

    * Why central planning has never worked and never will

    * How prices operate in a free market (and why socialist schemes like rent control always backfire)

    * How labor unions actually hurt workers more than they help them

    * Why increasing the minimum wage is always a bad idea

    * Why the free market is the best guard against racism

    * How capitalism will save the environment–and why Communist countries were the most polluted on earth

    * Raising taxes: why it is never “responsible”

    * Why no genuine advocate for the downtrodden could endorse the dehumanizing Welfare State

    * The single biggest myth underlying the public’s support for government regulation of business

    * Antitrust suits: usually filed by firms that lose in free competition

    * How tariffs and other restrictions “protect” privileged workers but make other Americans poorer

    * The IMF and World Bank: why they don’t help poor countries

    * Plus: Are you a capitalist pig? Take the quiz and find out! Breezy, witty, but always clear, precise, and elegantly reasoned, The Politically Incorrect Guide(tm) to Capitalism is a solid and entertaining guide to free market ec

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