A Book to Replace "Conventional Macroeconomics"
Updated: February 03, 2017
The Socionomic Theory of Finance presents the years-long work of Robert Prechter. Yet the book also includes 21 essays on socionomics from 12 other scholars, writers, researchers and analysts. That's exactly how a far-reaching new theory of finance should develop.
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