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@shuel.eth
What are the best economics books out there? Looking to consolidate a list of timeless classics + super current texts focused on crypto. Not interested in the in-between junk.
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@jedy101
The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith
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@mattharrris
The Intelligent Investor by Ben Graham and Mastering the Market Cycle by Howard Marks were both formative for me for macro
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@twolf
Galbraith, The Affluent Society
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@mc
Macro or micro? Theory or practice?
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@mynox
Economics in One Lesson: The Shortest and Surest Way to Understand Basic Economics I heard the recommendation from Marc Andreessen on a podcast he was on. Great book.
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@cqb
https://landisabigdeal.com/
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@markmywords.eth
Do you read marginalrevolution.com? Everything you search for is probably there.
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@cipherscript.eth
super current crypto? 'Read. Write. Own' by @cdixon.eth
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@ge22222
Following
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@otoro
Samuelson Wealth of Nations Theory of the Leisure Class Distinction by Pierre Bordieu
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@hackr
The Worldy Philosophers for a timeless classic
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@bissell
https://goatgreatesteconomistofalltime.ai/en An “erudite analysis of who qualifies as the greatest economist of all time” Tyler Cowen “examines the lives of history’s most influential economic thinkers, from the passionate idealism of a young John Stuart Mill to the analytical brilliance of Milton Friedman”
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@buchmanster
For a timeless crash course on the theory, history, and institutions of money I recommend: - Ingham, The Nature of Money - Amato & Fantacci, The End of Finance - Kuroda, A Global History of Money - Bagehot, Lombard Street - Mehrling, New Lombard Street
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