Sunday, October 30, 2005

Hidden Order: The Economics of Everyday Life

An excellent book covering what's essentially "Economics 101" for non-economists or for people who skipped that class in college (or high school). It unfortunately doesn't cover some of the complexities that are in typical economics textbooks (such as network externalities and increasing returns to scale), but given the limited space, that's understandable.

Recommended if you're not already an economics junkie.
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