Interest Rate: A Centuries Old Mystery and Conspiracy [NOOK Book]

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This book is a, brief but critical, historical account of economists' failed attempts to derive a theory for interest rate. The consequence of this failure and the blind-driving of policies guided by defunct GPS is the ordeal, previously experienced by many countries in the world and now torturing the smaller European people, which, the author proves, is a centuries old conspiracy.

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Overview

This book is a, brief but critical, historical account of economists' failed attempts to derive a theory for interest rate. The consequence of this failure and the blind-driving of policies guided by defunct GPS is the ordeal, previously experienced by many countries in the world and now torturing the smaller European people, which, the author proves, is a centuries old conspiracy.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044720565
  • Publisher: Hak Choi
  • Publication date: 6/29/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 61,786
  • File size: 445 KB

Meet the Author

Born in Hong Kong


Ph.D. in Economics, University of Bonn, Germany


Criticizes neoclassical economics

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    Posted April 14, 2013

    Aagorn

    Wow amazing.....were is the next chapter

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    MORDORLAND:THE HAPPIEST PLACE ON EARTH!~Chapter Eight~

    MORDORLAND: THE HAPPIEST PLACE ON EARTH! By Frodo~Chapter Eight~Elendy re-counted what he packed in his shoulder bag: Grass doll, a leather pouch, water, apples, and nine packets of lembas bread. He bit his nails excitedly. Going to Mordor would be fabulous! When would he leave home? The question was still permeating in Elendy's mind when Arwen walked in. "Elendil, dear, you're supposed to be sleeping. What are you doing?" Elendy forgot that it ws nap time. His chin puckered and he started to cry. "Wahhhhhh!!!! Mommy but I dont wanna go to bed!!! Dontwannago!!! Wahhhh!!!!" Arwen sighed and left the room. He would learn his lesson. When his mother had gone, Elendy wiped his crocodile tears from his face. "My plan is working" he said to himself steadily. ******Meanwhile, in the north, Frodo, Berindor, Sam, Pippin, and Merry rode faster than ever. Frodo had recovered fully, and was back to his old self. The others-except Berindor- merely shook off the episodes of October sixth. Already that wretched day had felt like,to the minds of Merry and Pippin, a few years ago rather than a few days. Where the five travelers rode was near Rivendell. As they approached the haven of the elves, Sam noticed that there were less elves than before. Berindor turned to Frodo. "Do you wish to stay there for the night?" he asked kindly. From behind Frodo came the voices of Pippin and Merry; a resounding "Yes!" But Frodo paused, thinking about the concequences of staying at Rivendell. 'You can see Bilbo again,' came one thought. 'No, we are going to Gondor, and that is all what we will do.' came the other thought. 'But surely Bilbo wishes to see you, and if you stay at Rivendell's gates too long, he will find you and tell you to stay,' the first thought replied. Frodo clenched his hands and flexed them, making a descision. "We ride to Gondor, making no stops whatsoever, except to sleep." Pippin and Merry hung their heads, crestfallen. Sam was a little dissappointed. Berindor patted Frodo on the back. "A wise descision, halfling," he replied. "All right, everyone! Did you hear? We ride." The five travelers mounted their horses and galloped away, riding away from the Last Homely House, and into the wild. TO BE CONTINUED!!!

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