Oct

28

 "The Darwin Economy: Liberty, Competition and the Common Good"

Professor Frank draws comparisons between Adam Smith's "invisible hand" theory and Darwin's innate understanding of competition. As a pioneering naturalist and not an economist himself, Frank states that Darwin helps describe the economic reality of our current world much more accurately than Smith's and predicts that Darwin will be seen by most economists as the intellectual founder of their discipline within the next century. The book expands on this theory, elaborates on how Darwin's theories relate to our current situation, and how Darwin's insights can help us in the future.


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