Best Economics Books
I'm looking at an Econ major. I've read freakanomics, parts of Confessions of an Economic Hitman, Malcolm Gladwell. What are some good modern economy books of any subtopic. I really like the social economics and behavior models and stuff like that. I like the interesting. I've looked at the Wealth of Nations, old but classic texts I'd be interested in too.
Any thoughts on Econ majors is appreciated too.
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