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Attention, Earthlings! Prepare to embark on a mind-bending journey through the cosmos of economics with "Martian Economics: A Guide to Redesigning Monetary Theory on Earth" by the brilliant Joseph Thomas Plummer.
Imagine a world where the very foundation of our economic understanding is redefined. Just as you might ponder the characteristics of a distant planet, Joe challenges us to reconsider the fundamental principles of monetary theory. In this compelling exploration, he takes us beyond the boundaries of Earth, presenting a fresh perspective that could revolutionize our economic landscape.
As you delve into this thought-provoking book, Joe guides you through a cosmic thought experiment, drawing parallels between the potential life on Mars and the intricate complexities of our earthly monetary system. How much money should exist on Earth? The answer lies in shedding preconceived notions and venturing into uncharted intellectual territory.
Join Joe on this visionary quest, where science, engineering, and economic theory converge. As we contemplate the dynamics of a colonized Mars, we unlock a framework for reimagining monetary systems, trade, conflict, and governance on our very own planet.
Don't miss this chance to be part of a revolution in economic thinking. "Martian Economics" has the power to reshape our future and enhance the quality of life for every Earth inhabitant.
Read it now and be a pioneer in the next frontier of economics.
Publisher : Independently published (December 23, 2023)
Language : English
Paperback : 78 pages
ISBN-13 : 979-8872775850
Item Weight : 5 ounces
Dimensions : 5 x 0.18 x 8 inches
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Joe Plummer is an economist and author. He is an alumnus of Virginia Tech and Babson College with graduate degrees in Business, Education, and Natural Resources. When he's not writing, he is exploring the great outdoors with his two dogs, Buddy and Grizzly.