No equation. No mathematics model. Yet the author uses vivid examples to assist the reader to understand several economic concerns and concepts, such public policy vs economics, creative destruction, externalities, globalization, trade etc. As the author has said several times, economics help one to analyze the pros and cons of a scenario. The discussion in the book provides lot of foods for thought.
Even though I might have read other economics books for general public, I like this one more because of the ease of reading!...Continua
I took Economics 101 in college, but don't remember much of anything. This was a great book to get back into economics with a lot of real-life examples that make every concept much more memorable and comprehensible.