New York, New York – April 11, 2018 – Millennial entrepreneur and economist, Jonathan M. Lamb has now released a new easy-to-understand economics bestseller. He discusses the taboo subject of money and economics and how utilizing simple principles can make life easier. Identifying factors that make money a marginalized subject in the American society, he presents innovative economics concepts that all readers can easily understand and implement.
Economics is Like Sex: Common Sense Thinking for Better Decisions through the Taboo Topics of Money, Budgets, Market and Trade addresses important economic issues that are disregarded in modern American society. The author presents common sense economics models, while raising questions about minimum wage, government tariffs and recession plaguing capitalism. Through this book, readers with no past economics knowledge can learn how the phenomenon affects every small thing in their life. By implementing Lamb’s basic economics principles, readers can simplify their daily life and effectively manage finances.
Jonathan M. Lamb is a millennial entrepreneur, economist, business consultant and visionary leader hailing from Muncie, Indiana. Belonging to the first generation of workforce Millennials, he provides a fresh and current take on the American economy. He has degrees in Risk Management and Economics from the Miller College of Business at Ball State University and an MBA from North Carolina State University where he was a McLauchlan Leadership Fellow. Lamb spent 8 years on a trading floor as a spot electricity trader where he oversaw a multi-billion dollar asset portfolio.
Lamb has started 7 small businesses. He has also worked as a business developer for a commodity hedge fund, and currently owns and manages an economic consulting firm. This year, Jonathan is a candidate for the US House of Representatives in Indiana’s 6th District.
Jonathan M. Lamb is available for interviews.
Economics is Like Sex: Common Sense Thinking for Better Decisions through the Taboo Topics of Money, Budgets, Market and Trade is now available on Amazon.com.
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