Category Archives: Books on economics

Great Book: The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress

This past Christmas break I treated myself to a (third?) re-reading of Robert Heinlein’s science fiction classic, The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress. What a yarn. The rising generation needs to know about it, I thought, so I wrote a plug for it at Learn Liberty. A slice: [D]on’t miss this book. Not only is itContinue Reading

Best Books for Beginning to Study Economics

I received today a fourth request this summer from former students who want either to begin studying economics or to move beyond the principles level. Here is my answer for that fourth requester, and for others who might have the same question. In my experience learning economics, which is of course limited, the most valuableContinue Reading

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