Edmund Phelps

Photo of Edmund PhelpsEdmund Phelps won the 2006 Nobel Prize for Economics for deepening our understanding of the relationship between the short-run and long-run effects of economic policy. He is Director of the Center on Capitalism and Society at Columbia University and author of many books, including Inflation Policy and Unemployment Theory, Structural Slumps, and Mass Flourishing.

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Cover: Dynamism: The Values That Drive Innovation, Job Satisfaction, and Economic GrowthDynamism: The Values That Drive Innovation, Job Satisfaction, and Economic GrowthPhelps, Edmund
Bojilov, Raicho
Hoon, Hian Teck
Zoega, Gylfi
HARDCOVER05/05/2020$36.00
Cover: Rewarding Work: How to Restore Participation and Self-Support to Free Enterprise, With a New PrefaceRewarding Work: How to Restore Participation and Self-Support to Free Enterprise, With a New PrefacePhelps, EdmundPAPERBACK10/30/2007$30.00
Cover: Structural Slumps: The Modern Equilibrium Theory of Unemployment, Interest, and AssetsStructural Slumps: The Modern Equilibrium Theory of Unemployment, Interest, and AssetsPhelps, EdmundPAPERBACK09/01/1998$50.00
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