Category: Book Reviews

Does YOUR Thinking Lead to Action?

The whole point of thinking is, eventually, acting. Smart acting. In his Kindle Single  A Spy’s Guide To Thinking, former CIA case officer John Braddock explained a time-vetted and very powerful four-step thinking process. Some folks know this as OODA; he calls it DADA. Call it what you want; it still works. What is the OODA Loop? […]

A Dictionary for Economics Students

In the Lexicon of Economic Thought, readers can find simple single-page entries on 176 economic or social topics, ranging from bailouts to Sunday shopping laws to academic tenure. Walter Block and Michael Walker give the perspective of a serious economist, not just a political pundit. So, in the case of academic tenure, they go through the […]

Saturday March 12th, 2016 in Book Reviews, Free Market Economics | No Comments »

Book Review: “Get a Job, Build a Real Career and Defy a Bewildering Economy”

Charles Hugh Smith is an economist and blogger who writes primarily on his Of Two Minds blog. He published his book “Get a Job, Build a Real Career and Defy a Bewildering Economy” this year to help job-seekers navigate career planning in the newly emerging economy. Today’s Emerging Economy Charles Hugh Smith paints a picture […]