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Completely misguided and starts off by not even knowing or properly defining what free markets are. Goes through and makes claims that are false about markets and what guided them... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Stephen D.
One of the best treatments of the 2008-2010 financial meltdown.Published 6 months ago by David Rodgers
A critical look at markets and what mainstream economist miss in constructing simplistic theories. Easy read, even for those not trained in economics.Published 8 months ago by Anne e Nonomous
Absolutely outstanding. Should be required reading for anyone interested in economicsPublished 10 months ago by Dr. Paul Godin
As a professional economist this book is a seminal discussion of where economics ought to be taught. The old 'micro and macro' approach should no longer be taught. Read morePublished 14 months ago by tim
This is one of my favorite books explaining market failures. Markets are powerful and useful tools, but they come with risks. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Scott Cromar
Clear, straightforward explanation for the common person about how things can and do go off balance.Published 16 months ago by Full Time Investor
Does anyone remember the most recent gigantic financial collapse? Some people do, and they wrote books about them.
Like his previous tome, Dot. Read more
This book is as engrossing as any fiction, yet the subject is all to real. The author does a fantastic job of explaining in clear and simple terms the root causes and forces... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Go Rockies