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The Best Books of 2013 on Economic, Social, and Environmental Subjects
The Maurits C. Boas professor of international economics at Harvard University selects the most important books on Economic, Social, and Environmental Subjects reviewed during the last year. Here are his reviews, culled from recent issues of the magazine.
Click here to see all of the best books on international relations of 2013.
Muller, a physicist, considers the future of energy use in terms of elementary physics (what is technically possible) and elementary economics (how much it will cost).
Goldacre, a British physician, articulately and extensively documents how large pharmaceutical firms have inched up as close as possible to committing outright fraud and occasionally have crossed the threshold.