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Understanding the Process of Economic Change (The Princeton Economic History of the Western World) Paperback – May 9, 2010
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This book has a small summation of several important ideas of the role of uncertainty and technological change, and how economic actors move to adapt to these. Nothing could be more topical these days. Unfortunately, I find the writing unnecessarily dense and even the simplest issues are treated in a verbose manner. I always love reading Hayek, Friedman, Mandelbrot and so many others; but despite my great interest in the subject reading this book was a chore.
Only for the technical experts or very motivated enthusiasts.
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