The Logic of Life

The Rational Economics of an Irrational World

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Brilliantly reasoned, always entertaining and often provocative, The Logic of Life is a book to help you understand yourself and the world around you. From the Hardcover edition.
Riccardo Mariani
Ha scritto il 16/11/11

Tracy W
Ha scritto il 16/02/09
I should have learned a lesson after reading Tim Harford's first bestseller "The Undercover Economist": that Harford is good at throwing out an eye-opening premise at the outset and building his discovery of strange pattern around a theory, which is...Continua
Search Serg
Ha scritto il 07/05/08
The chapter on externalities is quite so-so: spending much energy in eventually expounding how knowledge spillover/urbanization/clustering of industry work -- proposing Marshall's: one giant firm corners at a geographic area (e.g. Microsoft), Porter'...Continua
Ha scritto il 29/02/08

Harford is an great explainer of the latest economic ideas--- just witness his clear and funny columns for the Financial Times. His discussion of racism is particularly good. Highly recommended light reading.

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