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Calvin and Commerce

Calvin and Commerce

by Patricia Hambrick

Calvinism and the Spirit of Business (co-editor, Matthew Burton of the Invisible Hand Foundation, a private charitable foundation), will both articulate fundamental economic realities and gather business leaders and experts to show how Calvinism leads to strengths and advantages in market economies.

Published by: P&R Publishing

No. of pages: 225

Format: Paperback

Price: £10.00

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Capitalism for Kids Growing Up

Capitalism for Kids Growing Up

by Karl Hess

Provides an outstanding introduction to the philosophy of entrepreneurship. Author Karl Hess stresses how a person can earn a profit in business while maintaining the highest possible standards of honesty and integrity. He includes a self-test to help the reader determine how enterprising he/she really is, as well as an excellent chapter on Capitalism and other Isms, that clearly defines capitalism, democratic socialism, socialism, totalitarianism and communism. Although written with young people in mind, many adults will benefit from reading this book, especially the section which was written specifically for teachers and parents.

Published by: Bluestocking Press

No. of pages: 192

Format: Paperback

Price: £10.00

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Common Sense Business for Kids

Common Sense Business for Kids

by Kathryn Ann Daniels

What does it take to be successful in business? Anthony Maybury used to think that in order to be successful in business one must know how to put complex theories into practice. He thought that success required knowledge of advanced mathematics, inventory management equations, and whiz-bang marketing techniques. But, he made some interesting discoveries. He came to realize that the greatest contributor to his business success was found in life experiences, not textbooks. Mr. Maybury said his business strategy was just "plain old common sense." But, through years observing others in the business world, he realized that his common sense business strategy was not so common after all. Through a series of interviews, author Kathryn Daniels collected dozens of Anthony Maybury's anecdotes and common sense strategies about what it takes to be successful in business.

Published by: Bluestocking Press

No. of pages: 63

Format: Paperback

Price: £6.00

Suggested Age: 8 and above

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Honest Money

Honest Money

by Gary North

This book by Dr. Gary North, president of the Institute for Christian Economics, will provide students with biblical principles regarding money and banking. Important issues such as inflation and deficit spending are covered with clarity and skill.

Published by: Christian Liberty Press

No. of pages: 160

Format: Paperback

Price: £8.00

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Life of Fred Financial Choices

Life of Fred Financial Choices

by Stanley F. Schmidt Ph.D.

If you want wear clothes or eat or live indoors, this book may help you accomplish those goals.

  • Three reasons to use a credit card
  • The ultimate use of money
  • The five places to invest
  • How to retire in 24 years (Nothing financial is 100% certain—but this comes close.)
  • Five suggestions for choosing a good spouse
  • Insurance—what to buy and what not to buy
  • Taxes—the seven categories
  • Personal habits that will help make you successful
  • Real estate—what to buy and when to buy
  • Stocks, bonds, mortgages, REITS, certificates of deposit, mutual funds
  • How Kingie made his fortune.
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    Published by: Polka Dot Publishing

    No. of pages: 176

    Format: Hardback

    Price: £15.00

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