The Undercover Economist

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“The economy [isn’t] a bunch of rather dull statistics with names like GDP (gross domestic product),” notes Tim Harford, columnist and regular guest on NPR’s Marketplace, “economics is about who gets what and why.” In this acclaimed and riveting ...Continua
Ha scritto il 03/09/12
I had great expectations from this book. I thought it would be as funny and as interesting as "Freakonomics."Unfortunately, the author cannot set a uniform tone in this essay. At times he can be super-partes and show how ignorance (meaning: lack of ...Continua
Ha scritto il 20/06/11
Brilliant!
harford writes about major world problems with irony applying different economics theories in a brilliant way. If you think economics is just numbers and percentages... Think again! Eye-opening
Ha scritto il 07/09/10
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This book starts brilliantly, and draws your attention to continue reading, with lot of daily examples, such as the "price targetting policies" of organic food, fair trade coffee, packaging (design does not cost much, but poor design can help to ...Continua
Ha scritto il 02/09/10
This book reads too much like it's cashing in on the pop-economics genre after Freakonomics. Nothing original or even provocative here. The one benefit is introduced Dave Ricardo in laymen terms.
Ha scritto il 20/01/10
Wow, this is a very carefully planned book. Tim Harford managed to start from your morning coffee, traffic congestion, etc to bring up the economic theories and explanation underneath... and he gradually take us to a full theory on how economy ...Continua

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