The Weekly Economist II: 52 More Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist – Signed by the Author
Ray Keating is back to help you figure out what makes economic sense and what doesn’t with 52 more quick reads on key topics related to the economy. Keating is a leading economist on small business and entrepreneurship.
This is the second book in The Weekly Economist series meant to help you to think more like an economist by taking just a few minutes for a quick read each week.
Praise for The Weekly Economist II: 52 More Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist...
"Ray Keating has compiled an accessible, wide-ranging compendium that analyzes and clarifies the complexity of economics in The Weekly Economist II: 52 More Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Despite the political football that economics has become in the political sphere, Keating remains remarkably impartial here, offering fair critiques and reasonable assessments of economic decisions, theories, and policies across time. From JFK's unusual taxation policies to the impact of Covid-19 on entrepreneurship, this is an impressive second installment of the author's economics essays, avoiding repetition from the first collection, and offering cogent advice that feels more timely than ever." - Self-Publishing Review, ★★★★
Praise for The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist…
"Reading Mr. Keating's new book is worth more than a degree in economics from most universities. Sensible and accessible, The Weekly Economist is a veritable catechism of how to think economically." - Fr. Robert Sirico, author of The Economics of the Parables and President Emeritus of the Acton Institute
"If you want a quick and accurate insight into the major topics in economics, and if you have little or no background in economics, Ray Keating's The Weekly Economist is the book for you. Turn to any page and you'll find tight clear reasoning that will help you understand the complicated economic reality around you." - David R. Henderson, editor, The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics
"a lively primer" - Gene Veith, author of God at Work: Your Christian Vocation in All of Life
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