Economics in One Lesson: The Shortest and Surest Way to Understand Basic Economics Free Audiobook Download by Henry Hazlitt

Economics in One Lesson is a classic by the author of "Time Will Run Back" and "Economics in One Lesson" as well as a playwright, essayist, and critic. Although it was first published in 1946, its principles remain as relevant today as ever. To truly understand economics, this audiobook provides a clear and concise summary of what makes an economy work.

Economics in One Lesson is a lucid and simple introduction to economic principles. It's an easy read that provides wisdom, wit, and insight into what holds the human condition together.

In this book, Hazlitt has written a lesson on how supply and demand affect our world. He begins by explaining that there are three things that determine the price of an object: the cost to produce the object, its value in consumption, and the willingness of consumers to buy it. In addition, he states that economics is all about the supply and demand.

Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt has been a classic ever since its first publication in 1946. This audiobook is narrated by Jeff Riggenbach, and is part of the Liberty Classics series. The book is brief and easy to read, making it perfect for your commute or for just about any other moment of downtime that you'll encounter.

The economist Henry Hazlitt was a student of Austrian economics and taught that it is important for the individual to understand economics. He believed that the best way to learn about economics is through logic, writing a single lesson in one sentence and containing no citations. This book is a fascinating read that covers all the basics of economics with very little explanation.

"Economics in One Lesson," by economist Henry Hazlitt, is a short and accessible read on the basic principles of economics. The audiobook version is narrated by 'Jeff Riggenbach.'

Published Date 2010-01-13
Duration 6 hours 58 minutes
Author Henry Hazlitt
Narrated Jeff Riggenbach
(13 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Business & Economics
Parent Category Economics

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