And underlying this premise has been another, even more profound, assumption—one supposedly so obvious that it is rarely mentioned: namely, that the entire world contains a limited amount of these physical resources. This means, from an economic point of view, that life is what the mathematicians call a zero-sum game. Over the centuries, this view of the world has been responsible for innumerable wars, revolutions, political movements, government policies, business strategies, and possibly a religion or two. Once upon a time, it may even have been true. But not anymore.
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Something went wrong. Please try your request again later. OK Follow to get new release updates and improved recommendations About Paul Zane Pilzer Paul Zane Pilzer is an economist, social entrepreneur, professor, public servant, and the New York Times bestselling author of 11 books and dozens of scholarly publications.
He was appointed a professor at New York University at age 24 where he taught for 21 years and was five times voted "best teacher. In health benefits, he is the Founder of Extend Health and Zane Benefits , suppliers of personalized health benefits to U.
In public service, he was an appointed economic advisor in two U. This New York Times business best-seller has been featured on the front page of The Wall Street Journal and on television shows worldwide. Journal and on the cover of more than magazines. He speaks live each year to approximately , people and more than 20 million copies of his works have been sold.
He lives in Utah with his "best asset," his wife Lisa and their four children, where they are all avid snowboarders, mountain bikers, and chess players.
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Paul uses wonderful examples and stories to drive his point home, and teaches as few can, with wit and plenty of facts and figures, how God has created for us, not a world of scarcity that we must all fight over, but one of abundance, where there is enough, and to spare. Oct 02, Bianca McCormick-Johnson rated it it was amazing This book was very informational yet antiquated. I believe most of the principles can still apply today, but I think too much damage has already been done. Currently, we have an ignorant president, intransigent government, and shady investors.
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In , he testified before a United States congressional hearing and since then has promoted the idea that employees should have personal, portable health insurance coverage independent of their employment but funded pre-tax by their employer. From wrote five books on the economics of obesity, health insurance, preventative medicine, and wellness. Pilzer has been called the "father of Health Savings Accounts ". They have four children and live in Park City, Utah. Pilzer helped start Temple Har Shalom in Park City in and functioned as a lay rabbi leading services until a full-time rabbi was hired in At Citibank he became an officer in and a vice president in