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  1. Core reading 1 item
    The core reading for each lecture comes from this book.
    1. Economics - N. Gregory Mankiw, Mark P. Taylor 2017

      Book Core Reading (Autumn Semester - Microeconomics) Week 1: Mankiw and Taylor, Ch. 1-2; Weeks 2-4: Mankiw and Taylor, Ch. 3-5; Weeks 5-6: Mankiw and Taylor, Ch. 7-9; Week 7: No lecture - "Employability week"; Weeks 8-9: Mankiw and Taylor, Ch. 10-11; Week 10: Mankiw and Taylor, Ch. 13-15; Week 11-12: No lecture - Course test; (Spring Semester - Macroeconomics) Week 1: Mankiw and Taylor, Ch. 20-22; Weeks 2-3: Mankiw and Taylor, Ch. 24; Weeks 4-5: Mankiw and Taylor, Ch. 27-28; Weeks 6: Mankiw and Taylor, Ch. 29-30; Week 7: No lecture - "Do different week"; Weeks 8: Mankiw and Taylor, Ch. 33-35; Week 9: Mankiw and Taylor, Ch. 37; Week 10: Mankiw and Taylor, Ch. 38; Week 11-12: No lecture - Course test

  2. Freakonomics: a rogue economist explores the hidden side of everything - Steven D. Levitt, Stephen J. Dubner 2005

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  3. Superfreakonomics: global cooling, patriotic prostitutes, and why suicide bombers should buy life insurance - Steven D. Levitt, Stephen J. Dubner 2010

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  4. Think like a freak: how to think smarter about almost everything - Steven D. Levitt, Stephen J. Dubner 2015

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  5. When to rob a bank: a rogue economist's guide to the world - Steven D. Levitt, Stephen J. Dubner 2016

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  6. The undercover economist - Tim Harford 2007

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  7. The undercover economist strikes back: how to run - or ruin - an economy - Tim Harford 2014

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  8. The logic of life: uncovering the new economics of everything - Tim Harford 2008

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  9. The armchair economist: economics and everyday life, revised and updated for the 21st century - Steven E. Landsburg 2012

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  10. The economic naturalist: why economics explains almost everything - Robert H. Frank 2008

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  11. The return of the economic naturalist: how economics helps make sense of your world - Robert H. Frank 2009

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  12. Everlasting light bulbs: how economics illuminates the world - John Kay 2004

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