William is an economist, which means he is good at reducing an infinitely complex world into a set of clear, rational principles about the way people and markets behave. Unfortunately...
Investigating the worlds of work, shopping, healthcare, house-buying, online dating, politics and daily life, this book exposes the true cost of economic thinking, points the way to some compelling alternatives...
Features Wall Street and features a cast of misfits and oddballs doing things with stupefying amounts of money and data that can have you by turns shocked, outraged, laughing, tearing...
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