Wealth without Cost Vol 2

Barry Bracewell-Milnes

Economics was originally about agriculture. Manufacturing was added in the eighteenth century, services in the nineteenth. Volume 1 adds to these three branches of economics, the creation of economic value without the use of costly inputs. The costless inputs that create costless wealth are scarce but cannot be purchased; examples are loyalty, saving in perpetuity, giving, proprietary appropriation, stewardship, altruism and freedom. The new Volume Two extends the argument to religion and  the arts.

"Ought to be available in the library of every institution which teaches economics." Professor Antony Flew

Volume 2 Hardback 360pp: ISBN 9780956071699

Price: £35.00

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