2 edition of The dismal science found in the catalog.
Written in English
|LC Classifications||PS3613.O865 D57 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||275 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||275|
|LC Control Number||2013026627|
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“Stephen Marglin's The Dismal Science is a beautifully written and powerfully argued book that shows how the ideology of economics has justified and supported the trend towards selfishness and hyper-individualism in advanced societies.” ―Bianca JaggerCited by: Product details Paperback: pages Publisher: Tin House Books (Janu ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: ounces (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: out of 5 stars 23 customer /5(23).
The Dismal Science is the haunting story of an economist at the World Bank who has lost his wife and begins a process of deconstructing his life.
The author skillfully draws you into the psyche of Vincenzo who like many of us is lost within his life/5. The dismal science offers a balanced, thoughtful (and Harvard economist) answer for those kids in economics class who raise questions with the sneaking suspicion that all is not right.
Why is it that economic theory is at times promoted with almost religious zeal without equal or adequate attention to its shortcomings and limitations?/5. Description Mountford's follow up to A Young Man's Guide to Late Capitalism is at once a cogent political drama and an acute meditation on the fragile nature of identity.
he Dismal Science tells of a middle-aged vice president at the World Bank, Vincenzo D’Orsi, who publicly quits his job over a seemingly minor argument with a colleague. Mountford's follow up to A Young Man's Guide to Late Capitalism is at once a cogent political drama and an acute meditation on the fragile nature of identity.
he Dismal Science tells of a middle- The Dismal Science: A Novel - Read book online. Demystifying buzzwords, laying bare the truths behind oft-quoted numbers, and answering the questions you were always too embarrassed to ask, the breezyNaked Economicsgives you the tools to engage with pleasure and confidence in the deeply relevant, not so dismal science.
Book Summary – Naked Economics: Undressing the Dismal Science. Economic analysis can be useful for investors, business, and government policy makers. Yet, economic concepts can seem complex because of all the bars, charts and technical jargon involved.
Naked Economics explains powerful economic concepts in layman terms, helping us to understand the fundamentals of. The (not-so-dismal) origin myth of a ubiquitous term. The story goes like this: Thomas Carlyle, a Scottish writer and philosopher, called economics "the dismal science" in. The Dismal Science is a classic novel of ideas for our time and our world of economics, wealth and greed." —Shelf Awareness "A simmering new novel about the underside of global finance.
Pages: The Dismal Science is exuberant art, a deep, moving comedy about grief, guilt, and the heart's geopolitics. Mountford writes with soul and style and makes the plight of his protagonist count.” Sam Lipsyte, New York Times bestselling author of The Ask " Quietly wrenching, sharply drawn and completely un-put-downable.
Peter Mountford’s work on The Dismal Science has won grants from 4Culture, Seattle’s Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs, and the Elizabeth George Foundation. The Corporation of Yaddo awarded him its Wallace Fellowship for a Distinguished Writer so that he could work on the book.
Marglin dissects the ways in which the foundational assumptions of economics justify a world in which individuals are isolated from one another and social connections are impoverished as people define themselves in terms of how much they can afford to consume. the dismal science Download the dismal science or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get the dismal science book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Dismal science is a term coined by Scottish essayist and historian Thomas Carlyle to describe economics. Its use has become commonplace to describe economics.
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gives you the tools to engage with pleasure and confidence in the deeply relevant, not so dismal : Norton, W. & Company, Inc. The Dismal Science is exuberant art, a deep, moving comedy about grief, guilt, and the heart's geopolitics. Mountford writes with soul and style and makes the plight of his protagonist count.” Sam Lipsyte, New York Times bestselling author of The Ask " Quietly wrenching, sharply drawn and completely un-put-downable.
The mountain of Purgatory haunts the cover of Peter Mountford’s arresting second novel, “The Dismal Science.” The image, which calls to mind the second volume of “The Divine Comedy Author: Martha Mcphee. INTERVIEW WITH PETER MOUNTFORD. From the outset, The Dismal Scienceseems to be about just that: economics.
But this fiercely intelligent second novel from Peter Mountford—whose first, A Young Man’s Guide to Late Capitalism, charted similar territory—is far less interested in capitalism and wealth, than it is in the economy of human relationships—the ones. The Dismal Science Peter Mountford. Tin House (PGW, dist.), $ trade paper (p) ISBN A Young Man's Guide to Late Capitalism; Buy this book.
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Reprint. 20, first printing.Perhaps it is hard to imagine that a novel based on the World Bank’s economic policy toward Bolivia would keep you reading past page 5, but Peter Mountford’s “The Dismal Science” (Tin.This article appears in the September print edition with the headline “How the Dismal Science Broke America.” We want to hear what you think about this article.
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