Economics books in 2014 – continued

A couple of days ago I posted a list of forthcoming titles in economics that looked intriguing.

Inevitably, I missed some things. Cardiff Garcia expanded the list and added some descriptions. Of the extra ones he spotted, [amazon_link id=”0393239357″ target=”_blank” ]The Second Machine Age[/amazon_link] by Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee, [amazon_link id=”0465064736″ target=”_blank” ]The Upside of Down[/amazon_link] by Charles Kenny, and [amazon_link id=”1451651201″ target=”_blank” ]The Leading Indicators: A Short History of the Numbers That Rule Our World[/amazon_link], by Zachary Karabell stand out.

[amazon_image id=”0465064736″ link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]Upside of Down[/amazon_image]

Robert Went, among others on Twitter, flagged up Ha-Joon Chang’s forthcoming book, [amazon_link id=”0718197038″ target=”_blank” ]Economics: The User’s Guide[/amazon_link]. John Saunders in comments added [amazon_link id=”0691152098″ target=”_blank” ]Complexity and the Art of Public Policy: Solving Society’s Problems from the Bottom Up[/amazon_link] by David Colander & Roland Kupers.

2 thoughts on “Economics books in 2014 – continued

  1. Well, thank you Diane! I think your wonderful Hobbes quote sums up the feelings expressed in the book 😉

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