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9 Best Economics Books For Smooth Sailing Self-Study

You don’t need an economics professor to tell you how it is when you’ve got these economics books

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Economics is the sort of subject that is possible to learn on your own. However, good resources are even more important when you’re going at it alone. With no professor to fall back on, key concepts have to be explained well, and encourage further learning.

That’s why we picked these economics books from the massive pile of textbooks that claim to be the best. These authors have a grasp of what they’re talking about, which means they know how to provide appropriate case studies and define key concepts and ideas in an intuitive way. 

These authors prove that economics is not a difficult subject when it’s explained in a way that makes sense. So now there’s no excuse to put off learning one of the most essential subjects in modern society!


50 Economics Ideas (50 ideas) by Edmond Conway

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This book will help you to hone your economics intelligence. Reading this book will give you help in the consistent growth of your knowledge.


Good Economics for Hard Times by Abhijit V. Banerjee

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It teaches economics from basic rules like demand and supply to advanced level it easy to read and recommended for everyone who wants to learn about economics.


Economics For Dummies by Sean Masaki Flynn

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It is a great book to learn the basics of economics. It is NOT dummied-down in any manner. It gets plenty complicated for one who has not studied economics; that is to say, it is not fluff, or shallow.


Freakonomics by Stephen J. Dubner

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Freakonomics presents findings from microeconomic studies in a fascinating manner for a general audience. The insights from these studies introduce the reader to various aspects of microeconomics. Written in an easy to digest way, the book is accessible to all those willing to become familiar with microeconomics.


The Black Swan by Nassim Nicholas Taleb

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Taleb is one of the most popular philosophers of our time and for good reason. The Black Swan goes on to explain how a significant unexpected event can have massive consequences.


Capitalism and Freedom by Milton Friedman

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In his book, Friedman examines how capitalism paves the way for economic progress. He makes a strong argument for the merits of capitalism in its purest form and its role in promoting individual freedom.


The Undercover Economist by Tim Harford

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This will give you a fresh understanding of the fundamental principles of modern economics. This book will not only let you know how economy works on a large scale but how it affects the everyday choices we make.


False Economy by Alan Beattie

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False Economy by Alan Beattie is one of the easiest ways to understand economics. He tackles serious questions in a way that will amuse you and keep you reading. This is also one way to better understand the history of economics and institutions.


The Armchair Economist by Steven E. Landsburg

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This is one of the books you may consider if you want to study economics by yourself. The author of the book believed that most of economics can be summarized in four words “People respond to incentives”. It explores everyday problems and provides the views of an economist.

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