Distinguished economist Frank uses hundreds of fascinating, unexpected examples of everyday paradoxes to explain the economics of the everyday world. Illustrated.Distinguished economist Frank uses hundreds of fascinating, unexpected examples of everyday paradoxes to explain the economics of the everyday world. Illustrated.Read Less
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this book is sort of a "All I've ever learned I've learned in kindergarten" type book. I wasn't sure I would like the book at first, but as I've gotten into it I've learned quite a bit about the psychology behind economic events. The one that struck home was the thought process of returning to a store to report receiving too much change, but never returning if the store failed to charge you for something. it happened to me and I did just as the author said I would. Makes me wonder what I'll do the next time it happens
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