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Synopsis: In Rule of Money simple commonsense financial concepts build floor by floor to culminate in a new structure of Economics. The foundation of this economic skyscraper is the simple Rule of Money; it must be earned. From this strong foundation simple obvious conclusions about the actions of the private sector and the public sector are derived and stated in easily understood rules. From these rules a new framework is established for Economics and the operation of government. Rand McGreal begins Rule of Money by tracing the history of banking to establish the root of his new economic theory. Every hundred years or so, a revolutionary idea is introduced in Economics. Rand McGreal in this book introduces several. He redefines money and the result is a method that allows most countries of the world a path out of debt. Rand explains how competition and profit ensure economic success. Next, Supply and Demand Theory is discredited and replaced with his own N Theory based on the choices of consumers. The book culminates in Rand explaining that the U. S. economy is better managed in the hands of the business sector than in the grip of government. In the final chapters he sketches out a plan to eliminate unemployment, reduce the national debt to zero and debunks the Fed's fear of inflation. The result is a new monetary edifice that allows education, healthcare, retirement and childcare to be provided to all citizens at no cost to them or the government. These are not modest ideas, but if right, they solve much of the debt problem of the world. All of this is achieved by building upon the original foundations of banking, money and the private sector. The new economic edifice Rand proposes includes a new funding strategy for education, retirement and healthcare. Discover the future. Follow the author along a path that leads to solutions for our national debt, unemployment, inflation and job creation. Rand relies on his business experience to target the goals of a properly functioning economy. He explains how a focus on wealth and employment creation will invigorate the system. Through examples and careful analysis of academic assumptions about the economy he overturns many of the traditional economic foundations. The use of Supply and Demand Theory to explain the functioning of the marketplace is shown to be a particular case, and not suitable as the foundation of Economics. Rand shows that the 18th century idea that Economics developed to solve the Scarcity problem is historically inaccurate. Rand replaces these mainstream theories with his own theory based on the purchase negotiations of Buyers and Sellers called N Theory. N Theory that takes its cue from the purchase Negotiation between Buyers and Sellers is a system of consumer choice. You can take a breath, but Rand doesn't. He is on a mission to reengineer our economy. If he is right, the world's economy is going to take off. He proposes many counter-intuitive ideas, but after reading his explanation you will be convinced we should try some of his solutions. Is the idea of free education through graduate school intriguing? Do you want to know how to eliminate the Internal Revenue Service? Do you want to know how government can rebuild your house after a hurricane at no cost to you? Do you want to know how to eliminate unemployment? All of these topics are discussed and appealing solutions proposed. The book is written in a conversational style like the Economics books of Thomas Sowell, Tim Harford and Dan Ariely. The author uses charts and photos to make his points. The book includes a full index. The book completely describes a libertarian economic theory that challenges the existing theories of Economics and offers an original perspective on how the economy could be managed based on a completely new approach.
About the Author: Rand McGreal is a businessman from Seattle, Washington. He has a broad diverse business history. His employment Resume includes a prominent role at three of the largest corporations in the country. He worked as a Senior Manager for one of the top ten banks in the U.S. He worked at one of the top retailers in the U.S. He also had a position with one of the leading international construction firms. His banking experience is also varied and includes leadership roles on one of the earliest and largest ATM networks, implementing a grocery store banking program and the introduction of a debit card system. As a retailer he defined the scope and cost of hundreds of retail installations. As a construction project leader he helped structure the financing and scale of a large convention center, helped Microsoft expand their data center, redeveloped six blocks of waterfront retail outside Seattle including planning and designing a new ferry terminal. With this vast range of business experience Rand can speak authoritatively about how to structure change including how to expand employment, reduce debt and build wealth. You will find that his business perspective of Economics challenges the conventional assumptions of the academic community about growth and prosperity. From this business perspective he clearly explains his ideas and why we must change before we can obtain a debt-free and prosperous society. Rand approaches Economics like a businessman. Economics to Rand is an opportunity to make a better product. He sees Economics not as a science to be marveled at, but just a system of commerce that can be fine-tuned to achieve the financial resources a country needs to prosper. Rand has changed his local community with his rich creative instincts, and now he applies these personal traits to solve our economic problems. Rand is a Graduate of Oberlin College in Ohio and Regis University in Denver where he obtained his MBA. His MBA is a dual major in Finance and Accounting.
Title: Rule of Money
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Book Condition: Very Good
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