Best books on Economics?
I'm interested in both 'Left' and 'Right wing' perspectives.
Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith
Capital, Karl Marx
The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, John Maynard Keynes
The Road to Serfdom, Friedrich von Hayek
Economics is a science made from ideology, so none of these books really means anything, believe whatever you want to believe
all of those books will fuck your shit up, and if they are to be the basis of a nations economy, they'll fuck that up as well. you've got a point about economics being subject to the ideology of policy makers, but for us, the people, I believe a national approach is best. here are some books that are too often overlooked.
Report on the Subject of Manufacturers, Hamilton
Report on the Public Credit - Hamilton
Thoughts on Political Economy - Raymond
The Elements of Political Economy - Raymond
National System of Political Economy - List
The Collected Economic Essays of Bruno Hildebrand
The Harmony of Interests, agricultural, manufacturing and commercial - Carey
The Laws of the Production and Distribution of Wealth: The Principles of Political Economy - Carey