Small Is Beautiful. A Study of Economics as if People Mattered
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Автор
Эрнст Шумахер
Издательство
Vintage
Серия книг
Vintage Classics
Язык
Английский
Год издания
2011
Год первого издания
1973
Количество страниц
259
Иллюстрации
Нет иллюстраций

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A remarkable classic study of world economies, reissued to celebrate the centenary of E F Schumachers birth.

Small is Beautiful is E F Schumacher's stimulating and controversial study of world economies. This remarkable book is as relevant today and its themes as pertinent and thought-provoking as when it was first published thirty years ago.

Small is Beautiful looks at the economic structure of the Western world in a revolutionary way. Schumacher maintains that Man's current pursuit of profit and progress, which promotes giant organisations and increased specialisation, has in fact resulted in gross economic inefficiency, environmental pollution and inhumane working conditions. Schumacher challenges the doctrine of economic, technological and scientific specialisation and proposes a system of Intermediate Technology, based on smaller working units, communal ownership and regional workplaces utilising local labour and resources.

Характеристики
Автор
Эрнст Шумахер
Издательство
Vintage
Серия книг
Vintage Classics
Язык
Английский
Год издания
2011
Год первого издания
1973
Количество страниц
259
Иллюстрации
Нет иллюстраций
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Автор
Эрнст Шумахер
Издательство
Vintage
Серия книг
Vintage Classics
Язык
Английский
Год издания
2011
Год первого издания
1973
Количество страниц
259
Иллюстрации
Нет иллюстраций
Формат
130x200 мм
Переплет
Мягкий
Бумага
Офсетная
ISBN
978-0-099-22561-4
Тип
Бумажная