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Interesting, but not overly great,
This review is from: The Economic Naturalist: Why Economics Explains Almost Everything (Paperback)
This book is alright, but it's not fantastic. The questions are a collection of questions set by the author to his students and the replies are what his students came up with. Some of the answers do make you think, but mostly the realms of Behavioural Economics... it's still a bit of circular reasoning.
The book book is good to get you thinking beyond finance and business in an economic view point, but the extent to which it's being tenuously stretched makes you wonder.
This book is good for an A-level student who's looking into economics and wants to whet their appetite on questions that are a little more obscure that economics can help with. But overall the book is great while you're reading it, but you get the feeling "i would have come up with this" on a lot of the questions.