By Tim Harford (2020)
Pages: 352, Final verdict: Great-read
I first came across Tim Harford's writing more than a decade ago, when he wrote of the most popular economics books of the 00's - The Undercover Economist. Since then, Harford become a leading figure in Economics, wrote seven books, and...
By Abhijit V. Banerjee and Esther Duflo (2019)
Pages: 417, Final verdict: Should-read
Growth has been the watchword of this century in economics. It has been promoted
as the magic recipe for a proper wealth distribution and one of the biggest
challenges of modern societies. But growth is also one...
By Barack Obama (2020)
Pages: 701, Final-verdict: Great-read
How does it feel to be the President of the United States? In this first of two
volumes of his memoir, Barack Obama brings the reader a human view of the office
- the feelings, the responsibility, and the family challenges -...
By Paul E. Ceruzzi (2010)
Pages: 445, Final verdict: Great-read
There are currently more than 22 billion computing devices in the world. They
are everywhere, in laptops, smartphones, cars, and are used in all areas of the
economy. But unlike many of the technologies we use today, computers are a...
By Irene Butter (2018)
Pages: 445, Final verdict: Must-read
Like so many Jewish families, the life of the Hasenbergs was shaken as the Nazis
rose to power in Germany. In Shores beyond Shores, Irene Butter walks us, in the
first person, through her family’s terrorizing experience during World War...