By Nathan Rein
By Nathan Rein
By Monica Rankin
Concise but thorough, this enticing e-book presents an outline of the original heritage of an more and more vital valuable American nation.
• A chronology of significant occasions from the pre-Columbian period to the present
• Biographical entries of vital personalities
• A word list of significant terms
• A bibliographic essay of up to date works on Costa Rica
By Michael Thomas D'Emic
Michael D’Emic attracts conclusions. First, there's a palpable dating among the paintings of those authors and smooth fiscal research, rather that of monetary economics. moment, the authors essentially disagreed on so much questions, usually about the justice of the loose industry. Villalón condemns the workings of the industry and refuses to permit any risk that the revenue reason might be morally impartial. With enormous readability, he articulates a price of construction conception of price and advocates a approach of costs dependent upon hard work and value and administered through civil authority. Saravia counters with a chic expression of the software conception of worth and argues with logical strength that costs validated through the workings of the marketplace are essentially simply. He permits massive ethical range to the pursuit of revenue, which he regards as spiritually harmful yet no longer inevitably evil.
Through the lens in their opposing perspectives on monetary worth, the industry fee, and what does or doesn't represent the sin of ‘usury,’ the authors, with fantastic technical acumen, detect, research, and cross ethical judgment on a remarkably wide selection of complicated transactions, such a lot of that have opposite numbers in twenty-first century monetary markets. within the method, they take on difficulties that also bedevil economists and accountants in our personal day, corresponding to the variation among a sale and a borrowing, the ‘just’ price of destiny source of revenue flows, and the presence of asymmetrical details in pricing. the result's a vibrant checklist of the colour and texture of early smooth financial existence that unearths a shocking measure of monetary sophistication that the current publication makes obtainable to the trendy reader.
By Michael B. Miller
By Alexandra Kess
By Richard White
By Kate Hill
By Martyn Hudson
By Jean-François Gilmont,Karin Maag
By R.S. Whiteway