Why not begin with facts and data? Discover key functions and relations by which to understand any economy and any economic event.

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“Early Economics” is on the beginnings of economies. The setting is pre-history but the structure revealed is part of all economies, ancient and modern.

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“Two Kinds of Work” goes further and describes two kinds of work and two corresponding kinds of goods and services in any economy.

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“Modern Economics” provides an ultra-brief glimpse of two kinds of supply and demand and financial structures in modern exchange economies.

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“Economic Malpractice” peeks into aspects of contemporary models and financial structures that are inimical to economies, humanity and ecosystems.

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In “Culture & The Economy” we touch on the larger context which includes culture and economics, recovery and the possibility of (ongoing) progress.

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“Future economics” considers how we might gradually and efficiently implement new thinking and new practices in cultures and economies around the world.

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…philosophers for at least two centuries, through doctrines on politics, economics, education, and through ever further doctrines, have been trying to remake man, and have done not a little to make human life unlivable. The great task that is demanded if we are to make it livable again is the re-creation of the liberty of…

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