PPOG 502 Book Review 1 Liberty University Answers
After reading the assigned chapters in the Gwartney et al. and Sowell textbooks, you will write 2 reviews summarizing and evaluating the assigned chapters in each book. You may include summaries and evaluation of unassigned material at your own discretion.
Spend approximately one third of each paper summarizing the book, another third evaluating the book using economic thinking and Christian ethical principles, and the last third applying the readings from the book to current public policy problems. Reviews must be in current Turabian format and must include complete citations of the textbook and any additional sources. A minimum of 2 scholarly sources must be cited according to current Turabian format. No more than 20 percent of the reviews may consist of direct quotations from the reviewed book. Reviews below the minimum length of 1,200 words or over the maximum of 1,500 words will be subject to a reduction in points.
James Gwartney, Richard Stroup, Dwight R. Lee, Tawni H. Ferrani, and Joseph P. Calhoun are the authors of the book, What Everyone Should Know About Economics and Prosperity. Gwarney is a professor at Florida State University. He teaches the policy of economics and policy of sciences. James Gwartney is also a research associate at James Madison Institute. He is a renowned publisher of economics articles. He specializes in the areas of taxation and labor economics. Professor Richard L. Stroup lectures at The Montana State University. The professor is also an associate of the Political Economy Research Centre. His experience in economics includes serving as a Director of Office of Policy Analysis. Dwight R. Lee is a professor Emeritus at the University of Georgia and a scholar in Residence in the William J O’Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom at Southern Methodist University. Tawni Ferrarini serves as the Sam M. Cohodas Professor of Private Enterprise and the associate director of the Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship at NMU. She also consults worldwide with organization on matters related to economic growth and development through private enterprise with a focus on K-16 economics and financial literacy. Joseph P. Calhoon is an associate Professor and the Assistant Director of the Stavros Center for the Advancement of Free Enterprise and Economic Education at Florida State University.