By Bent Flyvbjerg and Dan Gardner (2023)
Pages: 304, Final verdict: Great-read
If I told you that your next project has a 99.5% chance of failing, would you still do it?
Read How Big Things Get Done, and you will.
After more than two decades researching why most projects...
By J. Bradford DeLong (2022)
Pages: 546, Final verdict: Should-read
To most of us, the twentieth century feels both intimately familiar and immensely complex. Two world wars, the emergence and collapse of the Soviet Union, the rise of the CPC in China and multiple economic recessions. It doesn't seem like...
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 Benjamin Graham (1973)
Pages: 578,Final verdict: Should-read
"By far the best book on investing ever written" - according to Warren Buffett
and many other followers of Benjamin Graham's ideas. The Intelligent Investor is
definitely the classic book on an investment philosophy called value investing
and I wanted to...