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December 30, 2013

"Your Favorite Books, in One Sentence"

Peter Klein summarizes five economics books in one sentence, including the best summary of The General Theory I've ever seen.

We need to accumulate a lot more examples. Everybody should pitch in. Here's one for Steven Landsburg, Price Theory and Applications: People respond to incentives; the rest is just commentary.

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Ted Craig

Did you notice that the "real" Craig Newmark was the first to comment?

Michael Greenspan

I like the Keynes synopsis, but I don't get it. Misspent youth strikes again.

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