One of Ludwig von Mises’s bestselling books, this contains a very explanation of the basics of economic policy. With six lectures that tackles policies such as private property, free trade, exchange, prices, and interest, he also addressed the many merits of market institutions and the dangers of intervention. This book is an excellent introduction to the term of economic principles, laid out in a non-technical fashion, providing an accessible reference to every influential economist. Economic Policy explains such as capitalism, socialism, interventionism, inflation, foreign investment, and economic policies and ideas. This substantial book helps you gain a fundamental understanding of the interaction and relationships between market forces and government intervention.
Table of Contents
First Lecture: Capitalism
Second Lecture: Socialism
Third Lecture: Interventionism
Fourth Lecture: Inflation
Fifth Lecture: Foreign Investment
Sixth Lecture: Politics and Ideas