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awful book poorly written poorly presented ideas treid my best but just couldnt finish it the worst kind of economics book wasnt worth the £3 i paid for itPublished 1 month ago by mattrags
Apparently this author inspired or knew Steve Levitt (Freakonomics). However he doesn't quite have the light touch of Levitt, which makes the economic theories quite hard going. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Cycler
First off, there are some very interesting ideas in this book. It encourages you to think more closely about why things work the way they do. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Steven Greenhill
There are some interesting ideas in this book that do make you look at the world in a different way, his ideas seem to be so theoretical that they would be hard to apply to the... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Allyi02
Took me a while to get into even though I'd read several books ion economics before but a great worth while read nonetheless.Published on 13 May 2013 by oliverfk93916
Being a more left-leaning person this book managed to make me raise my eyebrows several times.
Landsburg's thinking is a prime example of old-school economics where the... Read more
I've recently bought a lot of pop economics texts, and this is by far the worst. The book is the most Panglossian text I ever read. Read morePublished on 7 April 2012 by Broken iPod owner
This is without a doubt the best pop-econ book I've read. It's clear, lucid, and thought provoking. Although I'm an economics student I still on occasion find it hard to apply all... Read morePublished on 1 Dec. 2011 by andrew.s
Landsburg tries to jump onto the bandwagon of popular introductions to economic theory using rebuttals of generally held views. Read morePublished on 3 July 2011 by Sam Featherston