"This book opens a door to critical thinking, it is the most valuable and entertaining book on the list. Its imperialist economics, bringing methods of regression and other fun things into world where people don't like numbers as much as chitchatter."
"Ever said to yourself that if something happened you'd be devastated? Whether its you or a loved one getting cancer, or becoming paralyzed or going bankrupt or anything else that you think would strip you of your happiness you might want to think again."
"An examination of economics not based on the regular old physical/human capital but instead a new idea of social capital that is largely shaped by culture. Its dense, but absolutely fulfilling, especially the second half. It provides insight on global poverty, economic gaps, social norms, and how and why some nations have prospered while others have experienced relatively little growth"