Great Reads for Economics Students: Modern Classics Classroom Posters
This classroom poster set showcases eight classic, modern books that help Economics students broaden their reading and understanding of our great subject!
Format: A2-sized, folded to A3 | printed on 300gsm poster paper
Number of posters: 8
The eight books showcased in this poster collection are
Freakonomics | Steven D Levitt and Stephen J Dubner (2005)
Human Capital | Gary Becker (1964)
GDP - A Brief, But Affectionate History | Diane Coyle (2014)
Capital in the 21st Century | Thomas Piketty (2014)
The Shock Doctrine | Naomi Klein (2007)
Dead Aid | Dambisa Moyo (2010)
Nudge | Richard H. Thaler and Cass R. Sunstein (2008)
Bourgeois Equality | Deirdre McCloskey (2016)
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