Undressing the Dismal Science
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"Most of the great ideas of economics are intuitive when the dressings of complexity are peeled away," writes author Charles Wheelan, a correspondent for The Economist.
"That is naked economics." Without graphs or equations, instead using logic and anecdotes, Wheelan’s lucid book explains markets, incentives, government’s economic role, information in economics, productivity and human capital, financial markets, the power of organized interests, indicators and indexes, the Federal Reserve, international economics, trade and globalization, and developing nations.
2019 revised edition
10 and up