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Amazing - well written, clear and witty. Also feels very balanced and "realistic" in terms of ideology. No nonsense.Published 3 months ago by Eirik
Absolutely great book to own, especially for students who try to get themselves prepared for the financial sector. Easy read for heavy topics.Published 5 months ago by K. Kim
I found The book to be very well written and clear about the crisis. It noted the failures of market fundamentalism and/or Free Markets. Read morePublished 6 months ago by glinder latening Torain
This author is very liberal, the entire premise of the book is a call for an increase in government intervention in U.S. economy. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I guess this book delivers what it can, which isn't much. It offers a good overview of the historical development of various economic theories, but is not very helpful answering... Read morePublished 7 months ago by milkandhoneypress
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 9 months ago by Stephen D.
One of the best treatments of the 2008-2010 financial meltdown.Published 12 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 15 months ago by Anne e Nonomous
Absolutely outstanding. Should be required reading for anyone interested in economicsPublished 17 months ago by Dr. Paul Godin