About this book
Economics for a Civilized Society incorporates both self-interest and civic value motivations to provide an understanding of how our economic system works and how we can develop economic policies that assures a prosperous and civil society. Conventional economics policies involving inflation, the money supply, unemployment, international trade and payments, require that some people suffer so that others thrive in a zero sum game context. Civilized economic policies will employ all of society's resources to work for the betterment of both individuals, families, and the community. From taxes to international trade, the Davidsons show how to surmount today's seemingly intractable economic problems with civilized programmes.
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