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Economics and All That: Volume I

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Economics and All That: Volume I
Jefferson Hane Weaver

 

Publication date was October 12, 2022.

Volume I of ECONOMICS AND ALL THAT explains fundamental concepts of economics to both students and members of the lay audience who want to learn more about such things as markets and money and banks and finance. The title of this book is borrowed from the tongue-in-cheek thousand-year history of England called 1066 and All That, which has been a classic for almost a century.

The book uses humorous examples to help readers understand many of the basic concepts of economics, some of which are:

Supply and Demand
Conspicuous Consumption
The Invisible Hand
Paradox of Value
Pareto Efficiency
Moral Hazard
Game Theory and the Prisoner’s Dilemma
Normal and Inferior Goods
Giffen Goods
Perfect Competition
The Time Value of Money
Derivatives
Financial Bubbles
The Yield Curve
Cryptocurrencies

Volume 1
Conspicuous Consumption
The Invisible Hand
Paradox of Value
Moral Hazard
Game Theory and the Prisoner’s Dilemma
Perfect Competition
Derivatives
Financial Bubbles
Cryptocurrencies

Volume 2
Price Discrimination
The Law of Diminishing Returns
Monopolies and Oligopolies
The Labor Theory of Value
Gross Domestic Product
Supply Side Economics
Price Controls
Free Trade
The Gold Standard

Jefferson Hane Weaver is a transactional attorney based in Coral Springs, Florida. He earned a degree in Economics and Political Science at the University of North Carolina and his J.D. and Ph.D. from Columbia University.

Additionally, he is the author or co-author of numerous books including The World of Physics, The Story of Physics, The Concepts of Science, The Atomic Scientists, The Story of Mathematics, and more. He and his wife, Shelley, have 5 children and 3 grandchildren. He is also the co-host of the Omaha Bugle podcast.

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