This book consists of a number of economics, mathematics, and scientific papers, covering different subjects, from global corporate control to cosmology issues. Hopefully the readers will find some interesting discussions in this collection. The trickle-up effect is defined here as a reverse process from the ‘expected’ trickle-down effect, a well known effect which is supposed to happen during development process. According to an article in the Center of Progressive Economics: “Libertarians contend that the prosperity generated at the top of the economic latter will trickle down to everyone else.” But the problem with pure laissez-faire economics is that the wealth generated at the top does not trickle down to the rest of society to a sufficient extent.
Category: Economics and Finance