Nothing is Sacred: Economic Ideas for the New Millennium

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""Nothing is Sacred" is a stimulating, wide-ranging, and sometimes witty book by a first-rate economist. Some readers may not agree with as much of his analysis as I do, but they will undoubtedly be inclined by Barro's work to think more carefully about economic issues."--Gary Becker, University Professor of Economics and Sociology, University of Chicago, 1992 Nobel Laureate in Economics

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In this text, Robret Barro applies his free market arguments to a diverse range of issues. These include global problems such as growth and debt, as well as social issues such as the predictive value of SAT scores, drug legalization, the economics of beauty, and the relationship between abortion rights and crime reduction. The book opens with a series of essays on famous economists, past and present, and other prominent figures whose work has economic implications, including Joe DiMaggio and Bono. In the book's second part, Barro discusses the economics of social issues. In the third part, he considers democracy, growth, and international policy, and in the final part he examines fiscal policy, monetary policy, and the macroeconomy. Throughout, he shows that even the most widely held beliefs are not sacred truths but are open to analysis.

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