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The Great Global Crisis and Family Finance

The Great Global Crisis and Family Finance

Publisher : Melrose Books
SKU: 9781907732751
R 250,00
R 212,50
The crisis of 2008 to 2010 destroyed the dreams of many and came as a wake-up call to people not just in the U.K. This book, written by Czech author Lubos Smrcka, is a fascinating guide through the world that has lost the appearance we once knew.
The crisis of 2008 to 2010 destroyed the dreams of many and came as a wake-up call to people not just in the U.K. This book, written by Czech author Lubos Smrcka, is a fascinating guide through the world that has lost the appearance we once knew and where millions of people have realized that being well-off one day is no guarantee of what tomorrow brings. Unlike many other authors, however, Smrcka is not a pessimistic prophet of collapsing economic order or societies. Instead, his book returns to the basics: simple down-to-earth economic rules that are applied to the world of families. The author does not preach undisputable truths but centres on the simple fact that there is no way of property multiplication other than moderation, care, common sense and caution. He does not attempt to explain the variety of investment instruments and product details. By using references to the history, literature, politics, social sciences as well as theology, he strives to convince the reader in a captivating way that the tradition of economic thought discovered by our ancestors is still very much alive and needed more than ever before.
Smrcka is one of the kind who misses the times where the pound was gold, a trustworthy means of exchange with virtually no inflation. But, honestly, don't we all miss it a little?
Products specifications
ISBN13 9781907732751
Publisher Melrose Books
Contributor By (author) Lubos Smrcka
Publication Date 2013-02-25
Language English
Format Paperback / softback
Pages 587
Product Dimensions (H x W x L) in mm 234 X 156 X 210
Shipping Weight (grams) 904
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The crisis of 2008 to 2010 destroyed the dreams of many and came as a wake-up call to people not just in the U.K. This book, written by Czech author Lubos Smrcka, is a fascinating guide through the world that has lost the appearance we once knew and where millions of people have realized that being well-off one day is no guarantee of what tomorrow brings. Unlike many other authors, however, Smrcka is not a pessimistic prophet of collapsing economic order or societies. Instead, his book returns to the basics: simple down-to-earth economic rules that are applied to the world of families. The author does not preach undisputable truths but centres on the simple fact that there is no way of property multiplication other than moderation, care, common sense and caution. He does not attempt to explain the variety of investment instruments and product details. By using references to the history, literature, politics, social sciences as well as theology, he strives to convince the reader in a captivating way that the tradition of economic thought discovered by our ancestors is still very much alive and needed more than ever before.
Smrcka is one of the kind who misses the times where the pound was gold, a trustworthy means of exchange with virtually no inflation. But, honestly, don't we all miss it a little?
Products specifications
ISBN13 9781907732751
Publisher Melrose Books
Contributor By (author) Lubos Smrcka
Publication Date 2013-02-25
Language English
Format Paperback / softback
Pages 587
Product Dimensions (H x W x L) in mm 234 X 156 X 210
Shipping Weight (grams) 904
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