From the list on microeconomics on how markets are interconnected.
Who am I?
Microeconomics is a turnoff to most readers. Not without reason. Many books in this field are dull rewrites of other books and opaque. In particular, it is not clear how the behavior of individual consumers and producers adds to the performance—good or bad—of an economy. The books listed here helped me to sharpen my own mind and to make my writing lucid.
Thijs' book list on microeconomics on how markets are interconnected
Why did Thijs love this book?
This fascinating and very detailed history of early Manhattan shows how the Dutch with their policy based on individual liberty and free trade impacted not only New York City but even the shaping of America.
I sensed this when I was an inhabitant of New York, but now I understand why.