The Economics of Innocent Fraud
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Paperback 56 pages

A lifelong critic of unbridled corporate power and the most widely read economist of the twentieth century, the legendary Harvard professor J. K. Galbraith has been published by Penguin for more then forty years. His latest book, The Economics of Innocent Fraud, published here in paperback for the first time, is a vigorous polemic that reveals the unacknowledged grip of the private sector on public life and considers our increasing tendency to accept blindly legal, legitimate, 'innocent' fraud.