By Peter J. Dougherty
"Peter Dougherty does the near-impossible during this outstanding ebook . . . [he] makes economics enticing and accessible."
--Professor Larry J. Sabato, collage of Virginia
In this lively and well timed ebook, Peter Dougherty indicates how economists are drawing on Adam Smith's civic writings to light up how the industry creates not just monetary capital, yet "social capital." Dougherty demonstrates how Smith's rules are presently experiencing a renaissance. He then explores numerous remarkable tasks to illustrate what brand new theoretical and training economists are attaining within the spirit of Adam Smith's ethical sentiments: the institutional reform of transitional and constructing economies; the financing of recent technological, scientific, and academic tasks; and the industrial revival of towns. Capitalism pervades each element of our way of life. Peter Dougherty now deals a desirable peek at its hidden soul.
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