Thursday, December 1, 2016

Economics books by Tim Harford

Economics wasn't a subject we had much exposure to in our school and college, and as a result, the concepts of monetary economics remain rather fuzzy. However, its cousin seems much more interesting and exciting: The Behavioural Economics, partly because it relates more to our day-to-day lives and contains intriguing stuff such as Game Theory (developed by John Nash of " A Beautiful Mind").
During the last three weeks, I have been reading two superb books by a British economist, Mr. Tim Harford, and enjoying them thoroughly.

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