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  • The Theory of the Leisure Classby Thorstein Veblen

    The Floating Press 2009; US$ 5.99

    Considered the first in-depth critique of consumerism, economist Thorstein Veblen's 1899 book The Theory of the Leisure Class has come to be regarded as one of the great works of economic theory. Using contemporary and anthropological accounts, Veblen held that our economic and social norms are driven by traces of our early tribal life, rather... more...

  • The Theory of the Leisure Classby Thorstein Veblen

    Dover Publications 2012; US$ 0.99

    Classic of economic and social theory offers satiric examination of the hollowness and falsity suggested by the term "conspicuous consumption," exposing the emptiness of many standards of taste, education, dress, and culture. more...

  • The Theory of the Leisure Classby Thorstein Veblen

    Open Road Media 2016; US$ 0.99

    This scathing critique of America?s preoccupation with wealth and status in the Gilded Age continues to resonate more than a century after it was first published   According to economist Thorstein Veblen, the leisure class produces nothing, contributes nothing, and creates nothing, yet exercises a peculiar control over American society. The shallowness... more...

  • Theory of the Leisure Classby Thorstein Veblen

    Start Publishing LLC 2013; US$ 1.99

    The Theory of the Leisure Class is one of the great works of economics as well as the first detailed critique of consumerism. Veblen argues that economic life is driven not by notions of utility, but by social vestiges from pre-historic times. Drawing examples from his time (turn-of-the-century America) and anthropology, he held that much of today's... more...

  • Inquiry into the Nature of Peace and the Terms of Its Perpetuationby Thorstein Veblen

    Start Classics 2013; US$ 1.99

    One of the great thinkers of the early 20th century, American economist and sociologist THORSTEIN BUNDE VEBLEN (1857-1929) is best remembered for coining the phrase "conspicuous consumption." In the waning days of World War I, he turned his expertise on a pressing issue of the day: how to create a lasting, healthy peace, and how industry might contribute... more...

  • The Theory of the Leisure Classby Thorstein Veblen; Martha Banta

    OUP Oxford 2007; US$ 9.99

    Veblen's landmark study of affluent American society exposes the 'pecuniary culture' and 'conspicuous consumption' that results when unessential goods are exploited at the expense of production of true value. This new edition examines Veblen's still pertinent arguments. more...

  • The Theory of the Leisure Classby Thorstein Veblen

    Digireads.com Publishing 2004; US$ 6.99

    The Theory of the Leisure Class is in the tradition of Adam Smith's The Wealth of Nations and Thomas Hobbes's Leviathan, yet it provides a surprisingly contemporary look at American economics and society. more...

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