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Prosperity through competition

Ludwig Erhard

Prosperity through competition

by Ludwig Erhard

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Published by Praeger in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Germany (West) -- Economic conditions.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ludwig Erhard
    SeriesBooks that matter
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC"286.5"E7313"1962
    The Physical Object
    Pagination260 p.
    Number of Pages260
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19861833M

    Book Value Per Common Share Total Shareholder Return Vs. Peer and Market Indexes. Total shareholder return was % in , in part reflecting the downturn in overall equity markets in the fourth quarter of Three- and five-year shareholder returns have been attractive. In Prosperity Through Unity, I argue that we should replicate the main missions of The EU on a global scale, namely international free trade and immigration. I argue that with the increased allowance of free trade and immigration, greater competition and transparency would be introduced to the global economy, something that is necessary in a.

    area are covered in the book, Prosperity through Grace. This book is designed to merely cover the basics of the laws of prosperity. Sadly, there has been too much emphasis on financial prosperity in our modern church. Nevertheless, it is still important to cover the basics of biblical principles of Size: 76KB. In Powering Prosperity, Dr Ghosh unpacks potential solutions for the key threats of our time. Winning back public trust in an era of inequality and social polarization; Taking on the sustainable development challenges of poverty, aging, creating high-value work, and the climate crisis.

    Competition is one of society's most powerful forces for making things better in many fields of human endeavor. The study of competition and the creation of value, in their full richness, have preoccupied me for several decades. Competition is pervasive, whether it involves companies contesting markets, countries coping with globalization, or social organizations responding to societal needs. Headnote: Ludwig Erhard, Wohlstand für alle [Prosperity for All]. Düsseldorf: Econ-Verlag, , pp. This document is an excerpt from Erhard’s book, written in Ludwig Erhard (), considered to be the “father of the economic miracle” in West Germany .


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