The Price of Everything

The Price of Everything

Solving the Mystery of Why We Pay What We Do

Downloadable Audiobook - 2011
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Many of the prices we pay seem to make little sense. We shell out $2.29 for a coffee at Starbucks when a nearly identical brew can be had at the corner deli for less than a dollar. We may be less willing to give blood for $25 than to donate it for free. Americans hire the cheap labor of illegal immigrants to fix the roof or mow the lawn and vote for politicians who promise to spend billions to keep them out of the country...
Publisher: Rego Park : Gildan Media Corp, 2011
ISBN: 1596596414 (electronic audio bk.)
9781596596412 (electronic audio bk.)
Branch Call Number: eAUDIOBOOK 338.521 POR
Characteristics: 1 sound file : digital
Additional Contributors: Dixon, Walter


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Trackstar048 Aug 02, 2011

I felt as though it were a bit disorganized. It never really answered the question it posed in the title. This book explained mostly that everything has a cost whether that be time, energy, money... but basically said that there are so many variables that it is difficult to say what the true price of anything really is.


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