Arrived in my pile

Morten Jerven, Poor Numbers: How We Are Misled by African Development Statistics and What To Do About It.

This seems to be the place to start on this topic.

Peter de Keyzer, Growth Makes You Happy: An Optimist’s View of Progress and the Free Market.

Steven D. Gjerstad and Vernon L. Smith, Rethinking Housing Bubbles: The Role of Household and Bank Balance Sheets in Modeling Economic Cycles.  They present a bank balance sheet account of the Great Recession, with a good deal of background coming from the experimental economics direction.

In 100 Years, Leading Economists Predict the Future, edited by Ignacio Palacios-Huerta.

Robert Howse, Leo Strauss: Man of Peace.


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