From the Firm to Economic Integration
Competition, or the freedom to enter into a market, contributes greatly to the differentiation of human activities and therefore to economic progress. This fascinating book highlights the similarities between human systems at both the micro and macro level, and demonstrates how competition can positively affect the economic workings of firms and countries.
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- Competition, Coordination and Diversity From the Firm to Economic Integration
- Chapter 1: The firm in a free society: following Frédéric Bastiat’s insights
- Chapter 2: Firm or market: where are the limits?
- Chapter 3: Cartels as efficient productive structures
- Chapter 4: Property rights, competition and the European Union
- Chapter 5: Arguing in favor of globalization
- Chapter 6: World regulations and harmonization
- Chapter 7: International tax problems: between coordination and competition
- Chapter 8: The case against “tax harmonization”
- Chapter 9: Monetary union: pleading for another approach
- Chapter 10: Can optimum currency areas be determined in Europe?
- Chapter 11: A competitive approach to monetary integration
- Chapter 12: The monetary economics of the Austrian school and the Chicago school
- Chapter 13: From the financial crisis to the debt crises
- Chapter 14: The future of monetary policies in an online world
- Chapter 15: The digital divide: policy or competition
- Chapter 16: The gap between Austrian economics and the mainstream
- Chapter 17: The income effect does not exist
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