Books I want to read

Yesterday I was unwell and made good progress on [amazon_link id=”0099551861″ target=”_blank” ]Revolutionaries: Inventing An American Nation[/amazon_link] by Jack Rakove. Naturally, I’ll be trying to finish it on Tuesday

[amazon_image id=”0099551861″ link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]Revolutionaries: Inventing an American Nation[/amazon_image]

Meanwhile, the list of other books I want to read is growing. Here are some new additions.

There’s [amazon_link id=”1743311435″ target=”_blank” ]Double Entry: How the Merchants of Venice Created Modern Finance[/amazon_link] by Jane Gleeson-White, which featured recently on NPR’s Planet Money episode, The Accountant Who Changed The World.

[amazon_image id=”1743311435″ link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]Double Entry[/amazon_image]

Dieter Helm’s [amazon_link id=”0300186592″ target=”_blank” ]The Carbon Crunch: How We’re Getting Climate Change Wrong and How To Fix It[/amazon_link].

[amazon_image id=”0300186592″ link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]The Carbon Crunch: How We’re Getting Climate Change Wrong – and How to Fix it[/amazon_image]

[amazon_link id=”184954400X” target=”_blank” ]Greekonomics: The Euro Crisis and Why Politicians Don’t Get It[/amazon_link] by Vicky Pryce – one of the speakers at the Festival of Economics in Bristol on 23-24 November – a few tickets left!

[amazon_image id=”184954400X” link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]Greekonomics: The Euro crisis and why politicians don’t get it[/amazon_image]

A footnote, though, for publishers. Please can you stop these awful patronising book subtitles? I’ve done them myself, mea culpa, but I’m fed up with them now.