This book is fun to read, and even enlightening from time to time.
A more matter-of-factly approach would have appealed to me better; the chosen one somehow reeked of underestimating and belittling the reader.
The Undercover Economist Strikes Back (2013) by Tim Harford is another excellent book from a superb economics writer.
The information was good but the conversation style format was difficult to follow.Published 10 days ago by Jason O. Munshower
Good for someone trying to understand fundamental macro-economics. No specific insights.Published 19 days ago by Ankur Kothari
Basic macroeconomics with an emphasis on ideas rather than shifting curves. Excellent for the curious layperson or as a complement to standard undergraduate macro texts.Published 1 month ago by Jyotirmoy Bhattacharya
A refreshingly candid presentation of the world of Macro economics.Published 3 months ago by sanjeebk
Excellent little book. Well written, I thoroughly enjoyed it and learned a lot.Published 3 months ago by Robert A. McKelvie
for somebody who is not an economist by profession, but is excited and keen to learn more how the macroeconomics work, this is a fantastic and easy to read book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Miroslav Koncar
Tim Harford needs very little introduction, Javier Estrada has done Harford justice in his review of Harford's first book (JOIM Q2, 2006) - The Undercover Economist, which delivers... Read morePublished 6 months ago by N. Kulasekaran
This book provides good insights into the world of economics, which are easy to understand and not loaded with jargons.Published 7 months ago by Rishi Jha