(PRWEB) December 12, 2016
In his recent book ”Beyond the Inflection Point: An Economic Defense of the Limits-To-Growth Theory”, economist Andrew J. Currie presents the argument that the slow growth that has characterized European economies for the last few decades will become a global trend by the start of the twenty-second century.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Andrew J. Currie’s economic defense of the limits-to-growth theory is a work that addresses an economic topic, yet was written for an intended audience of readers with little or no prior knowledge of ‘the dismal science’. It is for this reason that economic terms and concepts are defined and explained as they come up throughout the book’s discussions. More important than the work’s accessibility is its creative, thorough, and methodical approach in defending its central theme: global economic output per person will start a long-term trend of increasing at a decreasing rate by the year 2100 – a trend that would be consistent with an approach toward a supposed upper limit.
A particularly novel feature of the book is its treatment of technological progress. Although it is acknowledged that technology itself may be limitless, the ability of mankind to reap the full economic potential of that limitless technology can be impeded by a variety of pragmatic, economic issues. Other notable aspects of the work are its logic, strong empirical support, and novel recommendation.
Should “Beyond the Inflection Point: An Economic Defense of the Limits-To-Growth Theory” be read, it will be readily seen that it stands above the rest of the limits-to-growth literature. The validity of this statement can be verified by purchasing it at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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