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  • November 30, 2022, Wednesday

    Making economics palatable

    In Edible Economics, Ha-Joon Chang takes a global approach to food to deliver a stinging critique of the neoclassical order

  • November 29, 2022, Tuesday

    Battlegrounds in the global AI war

    A revolution is underway in several aspects of our life. "When AI Rules the World" details these groundbreaking changes

  • November 28, 2022, Monday

    Handling workplace conflicts

    Amy Gallo's book offers hope to those in a toxic work environment. She argues oscillating between suffering in silence and ...

  • November 27, 2022, Sunday

    Hoover: Bravery and black bag jobs

    As the Yale historian Beverly Gage makes abundantly clear in G-Man, her revelatory new biography of Hoover, all of this is true

  • November 24, 2022, Thursday

    McKinsey: A profile in amorality

    When McKinsey is held to account, the blame is invariably taken by the partners engaged in that transaction

  • November 22, 2022, Tuesday

    The worldly philosophers

    David Runciman's timely book examines the views of a dozen philosophers on the subject of state power: On what principles does ...

  • November 21, 2022, Monday

    The brand is 'you'

    In All the world's a stage, Ambi Parameswaran mines the rich cache of insights and anecdotes gathered over a long career in ...

  • October 30, 2022, Sunday

    The lives and times of ransomware hunters

    A recurring theme across the book is the indifference and incompetence of government, particularly in America

  • October 27, 2022, Thursday

    A kick-off for Qatar

    The Most Incredible World Cup Stories captures the rambunctious, funny, controversial and the human side of football and offers a ...

  • October 26, 2022, Wednesday

    A conversation about economic reform

    Gautam Chikarmane's book is a politically intrepid look at India's transformation from an economy 'of the small, by the small, ...