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In this book, the authors explain why everyone should care about economics and not believe anything an economic expert says. Economics doesn't have to be so technical and difficult that nobody can participate in a discussion about it. Rather, the authors try to demystify the black box of economics, and encourage the reader to engage with the subject.
About the reader, he has a very pleasant voice, and even though the topic is serious, it never gets boring to listen to it.
The only downside is that the audiobook doesn't contain all the data material with graphs, tables and references. Audible should start to add those things as pdf's or similar, not just to this book, but to all books that contain data like this one.
Listening to this audiobook inspired me to buy the paperback version. Thank you for all the hard work you must have put into this!
I was expecting a book about economics, but this is really about university education and the need for reform in teaching. There is plenty that could be debated, but overall it is a well-argued and thoughtful case for a much more dynamic and pluralistic style of economics teaching that would have consequences far beyond academia.
Narrator is good.