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The economics of innocent fraud

GalbraithВ· John KennethВ·

The economics of innocent fraud

truth for our time

by GalbraithВ· John KennethВ·

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Published by Houghton Mifflin· in Boston· MA .
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StatementJohn Kenneth Galbraith.
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LC ClassificationsHV
The Physical Object
Paginationxi· 62 p. ;
Number of Pages62
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Open LibraryOL22585157M
ISBN 100618013245


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His trenchant new book distills this lifetime of experience in the public and private sectors; it is a scathing critique of matters as they stand today/5(3).

The Economics of Innocent Fraud shows that is far from the case. He has re-emerged with a pungent, if short, essay on economics, corporate politics and the terminology of public discourse.

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John Kenneth Galbraith has long been at the center of American economics, in key positions of responsibility during the New Deal, World War II, and since, guiding policy and debate.4/5(7).

c o n t e n t s Introduction and a Personal Note ix i. The Nature of Innocent Fraud 1 ii. The Renaming of the System 3 iii. The Economics of Accommodation 11 iv. The Specious World of Work 17 v. The Corporation as Bureaucracy 23 vi.

The Corporate Power 29 vii. The Myth of the Two Sectors 33 viii. The World of Finance 39 : HMH Books. The economics of innocent fraud: truth for our time Galbraith, John Kenneth John Kenneth Galbraith has long been at the center of American economics, in key positions of responsibility during the New Deal, World War II, and since, guiding policy and debate.

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This book is a page essay on fraudulent aspects of the current economic and political reality in the United States as seen by an illustrious economist and one of the most influential men of our time. Noteworthy is the fact that John Kenneth Galbraith was years old when he wrote this a year ago.5/5(5).

Another "fraud" highlighted by this great economist, who died in at the age of 98, is the division of labour and the wonderful contradiction it produces: "work is thought essential for the Author: Lesley Mcdowell.

SEVEN DEADLY INNOCENT FRAUDS OF ECONOMIC POLICY 5 Prologue The term “innocent fraud” was introduced by Professor John Kenneth Galbraith in his last book, The Economics of Innocent Fraud, which he wrote at the age of ninety-four injust. Drawing on the omnipresent headlines of corporate scandal and greed, Galbraith explains that as the economy suffers, the overall state of American society declines as well.

He points to a number of. His latest book The Economics of Innocent Fraud is a vigorous polemic that reveals the private sector's control over public life in today's society, and considers our increasing tendency to blindly accept legal, legitimate, innocent' fraud.

About the Author. John Kenneth Galbraith is Paul M. Warburg Professor of Economics, Emeritus, at Harvard /5(7). `The Economics of Innocent Fraud' is a very small book (62 tiny pages) and can be read in a single sitting. The book is just a few simple ideas set down with little in the way of argument or persuasion/5(31).

The 7 Deadly Innocent Frauds of Economic Policy Introduction The term ‘innocent fraud’ was introduced by Professor John Kenneth Galbraith in ‘The Economics of Innocent Fraud’, which was the last book he wrote before he died.

He used the term to describe fraudulent concepts that were being sustained by the ‘conventional wisdom’ (a term he [ ]. Introduction and personal note --The nature of innocent fraud -- The renaming of the system -- The economics of accommodation -- The specious world of work -- The corporation as bureaucracy -- The corporate power -- The myth of the two sectors -- The world of finance -- The elegant escape from reality -- The end to corporate innocence -- Foreign and military policy -- The last word.

Editions for The Economics of Innocent Fraud: Truth for Our Time: (Hardcover published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Pa Cited by:   The Economics of Innocent Fraud: Truth for our Time Late in life, at the end of his long career as an economic advisor to governments, as a Professor of Economics at Harvard, and as the celebrated author of nearly two dozen previous books, John Kenneth Galbraith published his short final book titled The Economics of Innocent Fraud.

Introduction and personal note --The nature of innocent fraud --The renaming of the system --The economics of accommodation --The specious world of work --The corporation as bureaucracy --The corporate power --The myth of the two sectors --The world of finance --The elegant escape from reality --The end to corporate innocence --Foreign and.

Get this from a library. The economics of innocent fraud. [John Kenneth Galbraith] -- States that the private sector and the public realm are becoming increasingly intertwined.

This title shows how politics and the media have colluded in the myth of a benign market system, accepting. Get this from a library. The economics of innocent fraud: truth for our time. [John Kenneth Galbraith] -- "Sounding the alarm about the increasing gap between reality and 'conventional wisdom' -- a phrase he coined -- Galbraith tells, along with much else, how we have reached a point where the private.

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His trenchant new book distils this lifetime of experience in the public and private sectors. His latest book The Economics of Innocent Fraud is a vigorous polemic that reveals the private sector's control over public life in today's society, and considers our increasing tendency to blindly accept legal, legitimate, 'innocent' fraud.

"synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title/5(). Economics of Innocent Fraud is not the first of his books that I’ve read; I hope it’s not the last. Galbraith takes on the gap between “ conventional wisdom ” (a phrase he coined) and “reality” and uses the construct of both unintentional (innocent) and intentional fraud to explain how humans continue to snooker themselves.

The innocent fraud is the public acceptance of "conventional wisdom." "When capitalism, the historic reference, ceased to be acceptable, the system was renamed. The Economics of Innocent Fraud Author: John Kenneth Galbraith Publisher: ISBN: Genre: Fiction. Design Info: Designer: Alan Aldridge Art Director: John Hamilton.

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In his inimitable style, Galbraith offers the answer. His taut, wry, and severe comment is essential reading for everyone who cares about America's future. This book is especially relevant in an election year, but it deeply concerns the much longer future.

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John Kenneth Galbraith () was a Canadian-American economist. A Keynesian and an institutionalist, Galbraith was a leading proponent of 20th-century American liberalism and progressivism.

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John Kenneth Galbraith has long been at the center of American economics, in key positions of responsibility during the /5. John Kenneth Galbraith OC (Octo – Ap ), also known as Ken Galbraith, was a Canadian-American economist, public official and diplomat, and a leading proponent of 20th-century American books on economic topics were bestsellers from the s through the s, a time during which Galbraith fulfilled the role of public mater: Ontario Agricultural College, University.

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