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Supply-Side Economics in the 1980s: Conference Proceedings (Hardback)
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Supply-Side Economics in the 1980s: Conference Proceedings (Hardback)

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Hardback 297 Pages / Published: 30/12/1982
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Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9780899300450
Number of pages: 297
Weight: 623 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 19 mm


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?The Atlanta conference volume presents the most coherent collection of supply-side readings, none of them available elsewhere. Among the heavyweight participants in that conference, held in March 1982, were Milton Friedman, Lawrence Klein, Thomas Sargent, Martin Feldstein, and James Buchanan. ... The entire book should be accessible to upper-division undergraduate economics majors, and it probably would be the volume of choice for a business-school library if only one were to be purchased. This is the only book of the three [books reviewed] that might be read usefully from cover to cover. It is also the only one with an index. But the three books are more complements than substitutes, and all would be worthwhile additions to an undergraduate collection.?-Choice
"The Atlanta conference volume presents the most coherent collection of supply-side readings, none of them available elsewhere. Among the heavyweight participants in that conference, held in March 1982, were Milton Friedman, Lawrence Klein, Thomas Sargent, Martin Feldstein, and James Buchanan. ... The entire book should be accessible to upper-division undergraduate economics majors, and it probably would be the volume of choice for a business-school library if only one were to be purchased. This is the only book of the three [books reviewed] that might be read usefully from cover to cover. It is also the only one with an index. But the three books are more complements than substitutes, and all would be worthwhile additions to an undergraduate collection."-Choice

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