Top people’s reading

I’ve spent a few days at a high-powered conference, and it’s always interesting to know what the members of the economic elite are reading, or citing. It was an intriguing mix at this one. As ever these days, everyone had read Reinhardt and Rogoff’s

. If you haven’t yet done so, now is the time.

Other titles referred to were:

by David Willetts,
by John Rawls,
by Derek Parfitt, Adair Turner’s forthcoming
, Voltaire’s
by Richard Nesbitt.

I’ve only read about half of these. There’s nothing like being in a room full of very smart people to keep you from resting on your intellectual laurels. Back to my reading….

[amazon_image id=”026201744X” link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]Economics After the Crisis: Objectives and Means (Lionel Robbins Lectures)[/amazon_image]