Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Book Review of the Services Shift

Diane Coyle runs Enlightenment Economics, out of the UK. She does some very interesting advisory work on global and technological issues. She has written some very interesting books -- The Soulful Science: What Economists Really Do and Why it Matters, and Sex, Drugs, and Economics: An Unconventional Introduction to Economics.

The reason for this post, however, is that Diane also runs a blog that reviews economics books.

She reviewed The Services Shift on her blog on Tuesday. Generally positive, with some questions about how the financial crisis affects The Services Shift. You can read the review here, followed by a comment from me.

Happy reading. Thanks to Diane.

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