Raymond Richman - Jesse Richman - Howard Richman
Richmans' Trade and Taxes Blog
Our New Book -- Balanced Trade
Lexington Books has just brought to market our new book Balanced Trade: Ending the Unbearable Costs of America's Trade Deficits, by Jesse Richman, Howard Richman, and Raymond Richman.
“Balanced Trade: Ending the Unbearable Costs of America’s Trade Deficits addresses the problems caused by this country’s unbalanced trade in a straightforward and hard-hitting way. The book describes the significant negative impact of unbalanced trade on the U.S. economy and the many possible steps that can be taken to move the country back to a productive trade regime.”— Ralph Gomory, New York University
In Part 1, we discuss the causes and problems of trade deficits:
In Part 2, we discuss the reasons why little action has been taken in the United States to address the problem of trade imbalances:
In Part 3, we discuss the solution:
The book is currently out in hard cover and can be ordered from www.LexingtonBooks.com. Orders placed by December 31, 2015 can use the following discount code on the Lexington Books website to receive a 30 percent off discount from the list price. LEX30AUTH14.
Comment by Dave Pinsen, 5/19/2014:
Are any of you on Twitter? It would be great if your book gets a fraction of the attention Piketty's has, considering that you seem to offer a more practical solution to a key economic problem.
Also, considering adding Disqus as a commenting system here and also adding social media share buttons for your posts. Make it easier for your readers to spread the word.
Response to this comment by Jesse, 8/28/2014:
Comment by Bruce Bishop, 5/21/2014:
I just finished reading your excellent book and it is everything I had hoped it would be.
I am working on a review for Amazon which I hope to have posted in the next day or so.
Thank you for your efforts and your dedication to helping solve the trade deficit problem that is destroying our country.
Response to this comment by Bruce Bishop, 5/21/2014:
Response to this comment by Bruce Bishop, 8/28/2015:
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