HENRY HAZLITT: ECONOMICS IN ONE LESSON

01 Mar 2017

Do all people understand the basic principles of economics? Can a story dispel a fallacy?
Henry Hazlitt’s global best seller "ECONOMICS IN ONE LESSON" is an introduction to the classical concepts of economic theory, first published in 1946 and more topical than ever.

Rooted in Bastiat's essay, the book clearly explains simple economics and appeals to every thinking man using crystal logic.
The author defends free market through 24 stories, which bust one by one the economic myths that are still popular today. Comprehensive and instructive, this work profoundly influenced the modern liberalism and deeply impresses the reader with its powerful arguments.
The Center for Liberal Studies Markos Dragoumis (KEFiM) and Papadopoulos Publications present for the first time in Greece, the most important educational book in economics for the general public, translated into Greek.
The presentation of the first edition will be held on Tuesday, March 7, at 19.00 in Public Bookstore.

BOOK PRESENTANTION: "ECONOMICS IN ONE LESSON"

Event Speakers:

Kostis Hatzidakis (Vice President of Nea Dimokratia)
Babis Papadimitriou (Journalist)
Nikos Rompapas (Director of KEFiM)

Coordinator: Kostas Stoupas (Journalist)

Communication Sponsor: liberal.gr