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Take his question test and you will probably be surprised. Drucker is considered to be the most important thinker on management theory ever, and economifs writings have contributed to development of the modern business corporation. Mark Thoma on Econometrics Books. This is not an out and out book on business or economics, which is why it is a part of this list.
The topic of economics is rich with great writing, and many books have been published over the years which tackle economic issues for a popular audience.
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In any case there is a growing consensus that inequalities in the advanced economies helped to fuel the financial crisis and are in themselves a source of financial instability as well as moral outrage and political danger as we have seen recently, this book was by far the most original of the lot, resentful voters can behave in radical ways. Of all the books I read this year. That must be something to do with the structure of the game itself. Irrational Exuberance by Robert Shiller. Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman.
THE late Hans Rosling is best known for his Ted talks here is one on the wonders of the washing machine. Sadly he died last year. Take his question test and you will probably be surprised. For example, has the proportion of people in the world living in extreme poverty over the last 20 years almost doubled, stayed the same, or almost halved? Over the last years, has the number of deaths per year from natural disasters more than doubled, stayed the same or more than halved? In both cases, the answer is the most optimistic one; the latter statistic is particularly remarkable given the increase in the size of the population over the past century. Perhaps because the news media focuses on bad news, and because political unrest in the rich world has grown so much, it is easy to miss the very good story that has been happening in Asia and elsewhere over the past 30 years.
So the next book on your list is No Ordinary Woman. John Rentoul. Contra Thomas Piketty, the real income of the poorest has rise.
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