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    Can anyone recommend any good economics books to read while I study for my A-level? I mean proper books as opposed to regular textbooks...anything that'll help give me a wider understanding of the subject?

    Thanks!
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    bbc news, best understanding is following current affairs
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    (Original post by gr8wizard10)
    bbc news, best understanding is following current affairs
    I do that anyway, but I mean in terms of theory as opposed to current affairs. Thanks tho
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    I’m currently reading ‘Economics: A User’s Guide’ by Ha-Joon Chang which I’m really enjoying. It’s basically an overview of the subject as whole, I haven’t studied Economics previously so I’m trying to build a reasonable foundation before I start Business School in September.

    I’ve also heard ‘Freakonomics’ mentioned fairly regularly as one of the more well known books on the subject.
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    I’m currently reading Thomas piketty and am also going alevel economics, as level. I imagine many concepts are based on things we don’t know. But the simple foundation theories are there
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