Subject: Economics

The Pillars of Reaganomics: A Generation of Wisdom from Arthur Laffer and the Supply-Side Revolutionaries By B
266 pages | ISBN 978-1-93427-619-8
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The Pillars of Reaganomics: A Generation of Wisdom from Arthur Laffer and the Supply-Side Revolutionaries

In the early 1980s, the major arms of federal economic policy effectively cooperated to implement what came to be known as the supply-side revolution. Among those who fi rst developed supply-side economics, no one was more influential than the economist Arthur B. Laffer. Laffer Associates, the firm that Laffer founded […]

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Seniors in Casino Land: Tough Luck for Older Americans By A
40 pages | ISBN 978-1931764-50-6 978-1931764-51-3
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Seniors in Casino Land: Tough Luck for Older Americans

In 2012, over 50 percent of those patronizing a casino were over 50 years of age. Have casinos become today’s senior center? Come with Amy Ziettlow in Seniors in Casino Land, as she travels through America’s casinos, eating at the buffets, playing the slots, and talking to as many seniors […]

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The Way to Wealth: Four Rules By I
56 pages | ISBN 978-1-931764-41-4 978-1-931764-52-0
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The Way to Wealth: Four Rules

Can the rules that worked for an America of small farms and town criers work for an America of sprawling suburbs and smartphones? Yes, conclude the researchers at the Institute for American Values, who put the rules that Benjamin Franklin described in his Way of Wealth (1758) to the twenty-first […]

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Why Casinos Matter: Thirty-One Evidence-Based Propositions from the Health and Social Sciences By I
56 pages | ISBN 978-1-931764-44-5 978-1-931764-45-2
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Why Casinos Matter: Thirty-One Evidence-Based Propositions from the Health and Social Sciences

Casino gambling is spreading into the mainstream of American life and unleashing a host of troubling problems: it is harming health, draining wealth from people in the lower ranks of the income distribution, and contributing to economic inequality. These are among the findings of Why Casinos Matter: Thirty-One Evidence-Based Propositions […]

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American Thrift: A Reader By D
352 pages | ISBN 978-1-931764-42-1 978-1-931764-43-8
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American Thrift: A Reader

“Now is the time to recover thrift as an ethic and revive it as a practice.”– David Blankenhorn, American Thrift: A Reader The Institute for American Values began its work on thrift-—the ethic of wise use—-in 2004, when they were invited to partner with the John Templeton Foundation in a […]

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Why Thrift Matters: How Thrifty Are Americans? By I
28 pages | ISBN 978-1-931764-33-9
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Why Thrift Matters: How Thrifty Are Americans?

The two resources contained in this document, the Thrift Quiz and Thrift Index, provide valuable information about the current vitality of thrift culture in America.

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Eureka! How to Fix California By A
300 pages | ISBN 9781934276181
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Eureka! How to Fix California

Eureka! is a prescriptive book that provides an economic roadmap for the rehabilitation of California, a state whose health is important to the nation.

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Why Thrift Matters: Twenty Propositions By I
36 pages | ISBN 9781931764315
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Why Thrift Matters: Twenty Propositions

Why Thrift Matters outlines twenty well-researched propositions for why thrift matters for families, neighborhoods, the economy, and the planet.

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The Call of the Entrepreneur By
35 pages | 60 minutes run time | ISBN 978-1-880595-24-4 978-1-880595-50-3
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The Call of the Entrepreneur

This film tells the stories of three individuals: a farmer in rural Michigan, a banker in New York, and a refugee from China. Why do their stories matter?

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The Birth of Freedom By
48 pages | 58 minutes run time | ISBN 978-1-880595-558 978-1-880595-565
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The Birth of Freedom

The Birth of Freedom examines freedom in the light of perennial observations and questions about the human condition.

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