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Curiosity in economics is at an all-time excessive. one of the demanding situations dealing with the state is an economic climate with speedily emerging unemployment, mess ups of significant companies and industries, and persisted dependence on oil with its wildly fluctuating rate. Economists have handled such questions for generations, yet they've got taken on new which means and significance.
Tackling those questions and encompassing research of conventional monetary concept and issues in addition to those who economists have merely extra lately addressed, 21st Century Economics: A Reference Handbook is a must have reference resource.
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Like Ricardo, many supported free trade despite its possible inconveniencies and the need for government to intervene in some cases. However, this time period also saw the development of socialist ideas in reaction to the conditions of workers in the new industrial age and the classical economic thought that accompanied it. Influenced by classical authors but at the same time critical of them, Karl Marx (1818–1883) highlighted the internal contradictions of the current social relationships of production, the conflict between labor and capital, and the historical tendencies that brought about the modern economic system but also generated tensions that eventually led to its collapse.