Books to read before applying to study economics at Cambridge/LSE

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What books should I read before applying to Cambridge or LSE to study Economics? Which books will look good on my personal statement and/or during discussion in the actual interview? Please recommend books which will help me learn more about the Economics and its applications in the real world.
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Hey, I attached a reading list from LSE (I think) that my economics teacher sent me, I'll be applying there too. Also I'm sure LSE doesn't do interviews by the way, anyway good luck with your applications!
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Hey, I attached a reading list from LSE (I think) that my economics teacher sent me, I'll be applying there too. Also I'm sure LSE doesn't do interviews by the way, anyway good luck with your applications!
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What books should I read before applying to Cambridge or LSE to study Economics? Which books will look good on my personal statement and/or during discussion in the actual interview? Please recommend books which will help me learn more about the Economics and its applications in the real world.
LSE does not interview for any of our undergraduate degrees. A list of suggested reading can be found on the programme page.

I'd also recommend visiting the Undergraduate Economics Virtual Open Day.
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