How Much Money Does an Economy Need? takes a subject that most people find difficult to decipher and makes it easy to understand. Not only easy, but fascinating, with startling insights in every chapter. This book is especially recommended for informed readers and public policy makers who want to get to the bottom of economics so that they can make better choices.
Are the Rich Necessary? presented a series of fundamental economic arguments, beginning with the title argument and proceeding on. Parts Five and Ten discussed the interrelationship ofmoney and jobs, but only began to explore that very complicated and important subject.
How Much Money Does an Economy Need? picks up whereAre the Rich Necessary? left of[ It is intended, not to provide a complete account, but at least to explore further the subject ofmoney and jobs. In addition, its three appendices provide essential background information relating to money and jobs that students of economics need to know.
Are the Rich Necessary? is intended to be read by anyone, especially anyone who might be a voter, a future voter, or have an interest in the forces that directly affect his or her economic future.