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Name:John R Lott Jr , PhD Freedomnomics Why the Free Market Works and Other Half Baked Theories Dont

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John R. Lott, Jr., PhD. - Freedomnomics: Why the Free Market Works and Other Half-Baked Theories Don't

Unabridged Audio Book


Freedomnomics is everything you wanted to know about the world but didn't know economics could tell you. Economist and bestselling author John Lott shows the logic of free market economics through clear and hard-hitting examples.


How free-market economies really work (and why they work so well)

Are free market economies really based on fleecing the consumer? Is the U.S. economy truly just a giant free-for-all that encourages duplicity in our everyday transactions? Is everyone from corporate CEOs to your local car salesman really looking to make a buck at your expense?

In Freedomnomics: Why the Free Market Works and Other Half-Baked Theories Don't, economist and bestselling author John R. Lott, Jr., answers these and other common economic questions, bravely confronting the profound distrust of the market that the bestselling book Freakonomics has helped to popularize. Using clear and hard-hitting examples, Lott shows how free markets liberate the best, most creative, and most generous aspects of our society-while efforts to constrain economic liberty, no matter how well-intentioned, invariably lead to increased poverty and injustice. Extending its rigorous economic analysis even further to our political and criminal justice systems, Freedomnomics reveals:

- How the free market creates incentives for people to behave honestly

- How political campaign restrictions keep incumbents in power

- Why legalized abortion leads to family breakdown, which creates more crime

- Why affirmative action in police departments leads to higher crime rates

- How women's suffrage led to a massive increase in the size of government

- Why women become more conservative when they get married and more liberal when they get divorced

- How secret ballots reduce voter participation

- Why state-owned companies and government agencies are much more likely to engage in unfair predation than are private firms

- Why the controversial assertions made in the trendy book Freakonomics are almost entirely wrong

Entertaining, persuasive, and based on dozens of economic studies spanning decades, Freedomnomics not only shows how free markets really work-but proves that, when it comes to promoting prosperity and economic justice, nothing works better.

About the Author
Economist JOHN R. LOTT, JR., is the author of The Bias Against Guns and More Guns, Less Crime. Having held positions at the University of Chicago , Yale University , Stanford University , UCLA, Wharton Business School , and Rice University , Lott was also the chief economist at the United States Sentencing Commission during 1988 and 1989. He has published over ninety articles in academic journals and his opinion pieces have run in such publications as the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and the Chicago Tribune. During the 2007-08 academic year, Lott will be a senior research scientist at the University of Maryland Foundation . He received his Ph.D. in economics from UCLA in 1984.

From AudioFile
In this rebuttal to FREAKONOMICS, John Lott examines both modern and historical economic theories to prove why the free market works and government-controlled programs and subsidies do not. Brian Emerson delivers this work as an enthusiastic and inspired economics professor might. It is lively and paced at a smooth tempo. Emerson transports listeners to the classroom and provides meaty ideas to ponder. His voice gives the work both the authority and vision the author intended. Many examples are provided, along with the background information that makes them accessible. FREEDOMNOMICS is an easy listen as well as an interesting ideology.

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