This text is devoted to lessons on how individuals interact in markets to improve their lives. The text's outlook favors free markets, focused on logical argument and examples of how people who interact freely with each other can make their lives better. However, given that markets are not fully free, the text also discusses the effects of the state on individuals and on their economic interactions. The aim of the text is to help you to understand the economic world around you as you find your place in the spontaneous order of the market.
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University of North Georgia Press
- Date submitted
19 July 2022
- Additional information
John Scott is a Professor of Economics at the University of North Georgia. He received his BBA in Economics at the University of Louisiana at Monroe and his PhD at the University of South Carolina. He also writes speculative fiction.
Book or Journal Information:
Textbook for Principles of Macroeconomics