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Haiku Economist: 101 Poems Economic principles, economically expressed

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Poetry about economics?!? You'll be surprised -- and delighted! The author of the Concise Guide to Economics becomes even more concise in this book of haiku filled with insights about free-market economics. Left and right, yin and yang, East and West, all meet in this charming and utterly unique volume.
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Whether you're already familiar with free-market economics or the concepts are brand new to you, The Haiku Economist will entertain, inform, and delight you. Among the nuggets you will learn: Haiku is a Japanese poetic form that presents ideas and images in a succinct 17 syllables. Can profound economic principles be presented in such a tiny package? This book answers with a resounding "Yes!" This little book packs a big punch: 101 short poems, each loaded with insight and food for thought. Economic wisdom-in just 17 syllables! - from the introduction by Forbes.com columnist Art Carden"A valuable contribution to economic literacy… we'll have a better world for it."

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ISBN 9780975432679
eISBN 9780975432679
Publisher Advocates for Self Government
Publication Date 2015