George Gilder

George Gilder is an American investor, writer, economist, techno-utopian advocate, and co-founder of the Discovery Institute. His work covers a range of topics, including economics, technology, and social theory. He is best known for his advocacy of supply-side economics and for his book 'Wealth and Poverty,' which significantly influenced the Reagan administration's economic policies. Gilder has also written extensively on the implications of new technologies, such as blockchain and cryptocurrency, in books like 'Life After Google: The Fall of Big Data and the Rise of the Blockchain Economy.'


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  1. 1. Wealth and Poverty

    "Wealth and Poverty" is an influential exploration of the economic and social theories that drive the wealth distribution in the United States. The book argues that supply-side economics and capitalism are the most effective systems for creating wealth and reducing poverty. It criticizes welfare programs and other forms of government intervention, asserting that they discourage individual initiative and are counterproductive in the long run. The book also discusses the moral and religious implications of wealth and poverty, emphasizing the importance of values such as discipline and the work ethic.

    The 3045th Greatest Book of All Time