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Does anyone recommend any good econ books?


metrics
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Do you have any good economics books to recommend?


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Capital was a pretty good read ? 


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trustytech
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Freakonomics by Steven Levitt and Stephen Burner


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The armchair economist is a good book. It's a nice little book that I find very interesting because it gives a very good insight to the cause and effect of country's actions such as why recycling would even reduce population of trees instead of saving more of them. It's a pretty good book I think everyone specially economist would want to read.


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Capitalism and Freedom by Milton Friedman is a great read if you are more of a history buff. It has some great lessons in there from our past and how economic history changed things for us in today's world. 


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Posted by: @pdavis

Capitalism and Freedom by Milton Friedman is a great read if you are more of a history buff. It has some great lessons in there from our past and how economic history changed things for us in today's world. 

Totally agree.  Anything by Milton Friedman is easy to follow and understand


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