Best Business Books EconomicsTen years ago, the global financial crisis entered its most intense phase. The anniversary finds the world less engaged in sober reflection than standing dazed by the history that has unfolded since. Still, it is as good an excuse as any to muse on how the world arrived at this bewildering geopolitical moment. An inquiry into the nature of value in an economy might not seem an obvious place to begin. Mazzucato, an economist at University College London, made a splash in with the publication of The Entrepreneurial State , which examined the critical role governments play in the development of new technologies. After reprising some arguments from that book, The Value of Everything ultimately goes much further, building toward a broad and intriguing critique of the global economy. Though it can occasionally seem otherwise, the primary aim of government economic policy is to make everyone richer and better off.
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Nov 23, This has been an exceptional year for economics books. There have been so many important and commendable titles that the present list.
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Mint cuts through the stacks of airport reading to serve up the must-read business and economics books of - Make Your Own List. From a book about applying game theory to public policy to an account of how modern management practices were first developed on slave plantations, it's been another good year for interesting and accessible economics books.
The Economist lists Radical Markets , Euro Tragedy and Crashed among the best five business and economics books of Glen Weyl, argues for an expansion in the role of markets as a way out of the current liberalism impasse. The Economist says "Some of their [Posner and Weyl] ideas -on property rights, elections, immigration and much besides-are impractical, and other eccentric; but together they point to a possible response to the challenges of populism and protectionism. He teaches an undergraduate course based on his book at Princeton University. The Economist says that the book "laments the intellectual failures present at the foundation of the single currency area and in the mishandling of the response to the sovereign-debt crisis after Crashed: How a Decade of Financial Crises Changes the World by Adam Tooze, is a panoramic survey of he aftermath of the financial crash of , discussing the immediate response, the euro-zone, the austere fiscal shift in the developed world and the rise of populism in Europe.