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Intellectual Capitalism – My New Book on Economics

Intellectual Capitalism: An Objective Scientific Approach to Economics

This book is about the science of economics that occurs by asking the question:

What is the Source of Real per Capita Increases in Wealth?

and following the scientific evidence to its logical conclusion.  The book is divided into three parts.  The first part explains the economic science that results from answering the question above.  The second part is a copy of my book the Source of Economic Growth, which answers the questions of book-coverwhat causes real per capita increases in wealth and what caused the Industrial Revolution.  The third part is a series of essays on various topics in economics.


This book challenges many of the assumptions of free market economists that argue that economics is a social science.  It is first school of economics that is consistent with Objectivism and the founding principles of the United States of America


March 2, 2017 - Posted by | News | , , , ,


  1. I just purchased it and read it. Good content, passionately set out. Too bad it reads like a bunch of blogs and comments shoveled together into a first draft, not a finished “book”, riddled with typos and hasty formatting. It deserves better. Why not get a proofreader/editor to do a little polishing? The cover design is great.

    Comment by memehunter | March 3, 2017 | Reply

    • Hi Memehunter you are right that it is a bunch of blogs put together, except part 2 which was professionally edited. The cost of editors and the time to get editing has gone up and I cannot justify the cost.. The point of the book was to draw out all the conclusions from my book Source of Economic growth. I actually hate being negative in a book, but the Austrians and other so called free market economists have mislead people on some major points

      I appreciate the cover, which was just thrown together for the same reason that book covers cost too much.

      Comment by dbhalling | March 4, 2017 | Reply

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