Capital in the Twenty First-Century suffers from erroneous assumptions about the burden of government borrowing and the rise in managerial productivity. These shortcomings reflect a larger, overarching failure in the book: its paucity of microeconomic analysis.

Donald J. Boudreaux is a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute, Associate Editor of The Independent Review, and Professor of Economics at George Mason University.
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