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Discover Martin Wolf’s Top Must-Reads from the Second Half of 2023: A Curated List of Engaging Books

By December 1, 2023No Comments

Plunder: Private Equity’s Plan to Pillage America by  Brendan Ballou

Digital Empires: The Global Battle to Regulate Technology by Anu Bradford

A Crash Course on Crises: Macroeconomic Concepts for Run-ups, Collapses, and Recoveries by Markus Brunnermeier and Ricardo Reis

Economics in America: An Immigrant Economist Explores the Land of Inequality by Angus Deaton

The Chile Project: The Story of the Chicago Boys and the Downfall of Neoliberalism by Sebastián Edwards (Princeton University Press)

The Eight Per Cent Solution: A Strategy for India’s Growth by Nikhil Gupta (Bloomsbury)

Legacy: How to Build the Sustainable Economy by Dieter Helm (Cambridge University Press)

The Trade Weapon: How Weaponizing Trade Threatens Growth, Public Health and the Climate Transition by Ken Heydon (Polity)

Seven Crashes: The Economic Crises That Shaped Globalization by Harold James (Yale)

Freedom from Fear: An Incomplete History of Liberalism by Alan Kahan (Princeton University Press)

Ours Was the Shining Future: The Story of the American Dream by David Leonhardt (Riverrun/Random House)

Visions of Inequality: From the French Revolution to the End of the Cold War by Branko Milanovic (Belknap Press)

The Capitalist Manifesto: Why the Global Free Market Will Save the World by Johan Norberg (Atlantic)

My Journeys in Economic Theory by Edmund Phelps (Columbia University Press)

Making Sense of China’s Economy by Tao Wang (Routledge)

Revitalizing the World Trading System by Alan Wolff (Cambridge University Press)

Age of the City: Why Our Future Will Be Won or Lost Together by Ian Goldin and Tom Lee-Devlin

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