Random recommendations

The stack of books in my office is rather high at the moment, but people have been recommending other books to me that sound too intriguing to ignore.

One is Norbert Wiener’s [amazon_link id=”0262731118″ target=”_blank” ]Invention: The Care and Feeding of Ideas[/amazon_link]. Who could resist that subtitle?

[amazon_image id=”0262731118″ link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]Invention: The Care and Feeding of Ideas[/amazon_image]

Another is Mary Morgan’s [amazon_link id=”0521176190″ target=”_blank” ]The World in a Model: How Economists Work and Think[/amazon_link]. (I also like the look of her [amazon_link id=”052115958X” target=”_blank” ]How Well do Facts Travel? The dissemination of reliable knowledge[/amazon_link])

[amazon_image id=”0521176190″ link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]The World in the Model: How Economists Work and Think[/amazon_image]

So much to read, so many meetings getting in the way.