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Joseph Stiglitz, Globalization & Its Discontents

Stiglitz offers a compelling account of his experiences with the IMF, the World Bank, and the U.S. Treasury. By combining his experiences with his economics background, he gives a vivid account of how globalization has been mired with failure after … Continue reading

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Mancur Olson, The Logic of Collective Action

The Logic of Collective Action, written by Mancur Olson, is an in depth discussion of groups and the dynamics involved in their formation, ability to attract members and ability to provide any benefit. He takes a very logical approach to … Continue reading

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