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Hidden Order by David D. Friedman
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bookshelves: 2012, bookcrossing

One of the random interests I have is unusual perspectives to economics, and this seemed to fit that category. The contents seemed interesting, and some chapters were rather interesting (economics of crime or marriage). But not all chapters were interesting, and it took over a month to finish me the book (still skipping some of the parts with incomprehensible charts). Some chapters, while still interesting in topic, we're written in a boring way. The Undercover Economist is a much more interesting book about the same topic.

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