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Handbook of U.S. Labor Statistics 2023

The most authoritative and up-to-date source on United States labor market data available in print. A must-purchase.
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Token Supremacy: The Art of Finance, the Finance of Art, and the Great Crypto Crash of 2022

A fascinating tale about NFTs, the art market, and investment for curious readers who have a solid understanding of how crypto and finance work.

The Hammer: Power, Inequality, and the Struggle for the Soul of Labor

Well researched and reported, with a propulsive storytelling style. Nolan’s outstanding book will interest readers who follow news about equality efforts but might not be familiar with the complex world of labor organizing.

Balance of Power: Central Banks and the Fate of Democracies

A meticulously sourced, complex academic work that’s essential for university libraries. It shows how central banks’ ill-defined balance of power with little oversight can threaten democracies. Give to readers familiar with Joseph Stiglitz’s Making Globalization Work, Morgan Ricks’s The Money Problem, or Lev Menand’s The Fed Unbound.

Work, Retire, Repeat: The Uncertainty of Retirement in the New Economy

This highly recommended book focuses on middle- and lower-income people who do not have millions in their retirement accounts and who are particularly concerned about the retirement possibilities that their children and grandchildren will have. It nicely updates Dora L. Costa’s The Evolution of Retirement and will appeal to fans of Jessica Bruder’s Nomadland.
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Innovation for the Masses: How To Share the Benefits of the High-Tech Economy

Effectively shows the importance of innovation in modern economies while also making clear that innovation alone does not guarantee good outcomes. Will appeal to those studying or working in public policy or economics.
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The Stolen Wealth of Slavery: A Case for Reparations

Montero persuasively argues that profitable businesses owe reparations to people who continue to suffer from historic injustices.

Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative

One of the most brilliant biographies of Friedman to date. For both general readers and economics scholars.
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Visions of Inequality: From the French Revolution to the End of the Cold War

A technical book best suited for readers with strong economic backgrounds, but it may interest general readers as well.
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