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  • Author:
    Manuel F. Ayau
  • ISBN:
    9992279990
  • ISBN13:
    978-9992279991
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    UFM (2007)
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This monograph by Manuel Ayau provides what might be the most precise and compelling of the idea in the history of economic writing

This monograph by Manuel Ayau provides what might be the most precise and compelling of the idea in the history of economic writing. He explains how trade and cooperation becomes mutually beneficial two all parties despite differences among them in terms of capacity and talent. He shows how everyone is made wealthier through cooperation, and how it is that the market economy leads to the benefit of everyone.

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The key to understand how society comes to be, works without central direction, and develops into a thriving civilization can be understood through the least understood idea in economics: the division of labor through comparative advantage.

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This monograph by Manuel Ayau provides what might be the most precise and compelling idea in the history of economic writing. Not a Zero-Sum Game: The Paradox of Exchange. He explains how trade and cooperation becomes mutually beneficial to all parties despite differences among them in terms of capacity and talent.

Not only does everyone gain who participates, but they also confer benefits on others that were not part of their intention. Coerced takings on the other hand, are zero-sum, including robbery and taxation. Everyone who is producing what other people want and are willing to pay for will earn wealth. Good As Gold · 7 years ago. 1.

The key to understand how society comes to be, works without central direction, and develops into a thriving civilization can be understood through the least understood idea in economics: the division of labor through comparative advantage. It is central to not only Mises's conception of the social order but also to the entire classical liberal worldview.

This monograph by Manuel Ayau provides what might be the most precise and compelling of the idea in the history of economic writing. He explains how trade and cooperation becomes mutually beneficial two all parties despite differences among them in terms of capacity and talent. He shows how everyone is made wealthier through cooperation, and how it is that the market economy leads to the benefit of everyone.

If this idea of what Mises called the Law of Association were better understood, many socialistic misconceptions about the market economy would fall by the wayside. Ayau explains it through simple diagrams and illustrations that will change the way you think. about issues of trade, equality, and social development.

Also, if you are alreay a "convert" on this issue of comparative advantage, this monograph makes an outstanding book to hand out to others. The excitement of the author and the persuasiveness of the author makes this an excellent tract for spreading the wisdom offered by economic science.

This special edition is made available to the Mises Institute at this very low price, but quantities are very limited.

80 page, paperback, ISBN 99922-799-9-0

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This is the best book on economics ever written at the most fundamental level. Absolutely essential for anyone who wants to have the clearest possible view of the global system of free trade and how government intervention inevitably messes it up.
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A small good book about free markets. This book blows up the argument that interactions between two people is a zero sum equation and argues for less restrictions.
Jieylau
My husband gave it to my 4 sons as part of their business training. They found it very good and helpful.
Painbrand
Great concise info about the value and exchange of goods...only problem was with the printing of the book...the important quotes were supposed to be highlighted in a gray box---instead the gray hide the QUOTES. One the most important pamphlets that existes today!
Kelezel
I read this in about an hour and a half. In that short amount of time economic issues that had bugged me (for lack of understanding) became crystal clear. Especially in relation to international trade deficits and the like. I would recommend this book to anyone. It explains so well why freedom in markets is most certainly the best way (for everyone except the governments and their officials- and, of course, those who benefit directly, and unfairly, by their "policies").