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When I was young in the 50's and '60s, I found some correspondence between the price of things (outside the luxury trades) and what they cost to make. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Khirul
Statists gonna state. This dude is so enamored with authoritarianism, it's definitely affected his perception of the world around him and therefore, his writing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by elsensei
I love Economics, Business, Finance, as well as Sociology and Social Economic books.
I read about 1-3 books per week. Read more
"What's your price?" Has anyone asked this to you? Maybe not, but imagine for a moment if someone did - what would your response be? You would have a confused "huh"!! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rajesh
Mr. Porter has done a good job at quantifying how we make choices. In general the book is quite objective on the examples providedPublished 13 months ago by George Benaroya
First, there is a lot of interesting information in this book about how price drives behavior, sometimes in unexpected ways. Read morePublished 22 months ago by bronx book nerd
Eduardo Porter takes on the issue of price in his book "The Price of Everything" largely from an economic and traditional view. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mark P. McDonald
Nothing new. It was just a rehash of many other books I've read. You would be better off listening to Planet Money and Freakonomics.Published 24 months ago by PJL
I don't believe I've ever read a more biased book in my life. For someone who is talking about prices, Eduardo Porter should be consistent on whether or not he factors inflation... Read morePublished on February 13, 2012 by damlie