Best Books: Classics

The Triple Crisis Blog has given its regular bloggers a week off, but not before asking them for some recommendations on some of the best books of the last decade on finance, development, and the environment. Today we bring you our bloggers’ favorite classic works for the last post in the series. Please comment and suggest your own favorites.

Herman Daly. The Steady State Economy.
Peter Evans. Embedded Autonomy: States and Industrial Transformation.
John Kenneth Galbraith. The Affluent Society.
Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen. The Entropy Law and the Economic Process.
Albert Hirschman. The Passions and the Interests: Political Arguments for Capitalism Before Its Triumph.
Albert Hirschman. The Strategy of Economic Development.
John Maynard Keynes. The General Theory of Employment, Interest, Money.
Charles Kindleberger. Manias, Panics and Crashes: A History of Financial Crises.
Hyman Minsky. Stabilizing an Unstable Economy.
Karl Polanyi. The Great Transformation: The Political and Economic Origins of Our Times.
Charles Tilly. Coercion, Capital, and European States, AD 990-1990.

4 Responses to “Best Books: Classics”

  1. Thank you very much for these!

  2. I just read your site. After rereading them one more time when i still got some points that we didn’t recognize. I was guaranteed my english language level is certainly high enough to read through, but not always then. Anyhow, i like the form of your writting! Thanks a lot

  3. Aaliya Khan says:

    Seems like Dr. Ghosh has made considerable contribution to the list!

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