What’s the Economy For, Anyway?Why It’s Time to Stop Chasing Growth and Start Pursuing Happiness

New York Journal of Books reviewer David Spiro writes, “This is a well argued and clearly written work that will appeal to a wide variety of readers with a broad spectrum of interests (previous knowledge of economics is not a prerequisite)."
Nov. 14, 2011 - PRLog -- New York Journal of Books' reviewer David Spiro cites the clarity of the authors' propositions, "...this book presents them so sensibly, so clearly, and with such solid evidence, I was fairly amazed that these ideas are not more mainstream."

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