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Agus, David B. (2011).  The End of Illness.  New York:Free Press.

 

Akerlof, George A. and Rachel E. Kranton (2010).  Identity Economics: How our Identities Shape our Work, Wages and Well-being.  Princeton: Princeton University Press.

 

Anderson, Chris (2009).  Free: The Future of a Radical Price.  New York: Hyperion.

 

Ariely, Dan (2009).  Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces that Shape Our Decisions.  New York: Harper Perennial.

 

Ariely, Dan (2012).  The (Honest) Truth about Dishonesty.  New York:Harper.

 

Atkin, Douglas (2004).  The Culting of Brands: When Customers Become True Believers.  New York: Penguin Group.

 

Bales, Kevin (2005).  Understanding Global Slavery.  BerkeleyUniversity of California Press.

 

Banaji, Mahzarin R. and Anthony G. Greenwald (2013).  Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People.  New York:Delacorte Press.

 

Banerjee, Abhijit V. and Esther Duflo (2011).  Poor Economics:  A Radical Rethinking of the Way to Fight Global Poverty.  New York: Publicaffairs.

 

Batsone, David (2007).  Not for Sale:  The Return of Global Slave Trade and How We Can Fight It.  San Francisco: HarperCollins.

 

Beah, Ishmael (2007).  A Long Way Gone.  New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

 

Beilock, Sian (2010).  Choke: What the Secrets of the Brain Reveal about Getting it Right When You Have To.  New York:Free Press.

 

Bell, David R. (2014).  Location is (Still) Everything.  Boston:New Harvest.

 

Berns, Gregory (2010).  Iconoclasts: A neuroscientist Reveals How to Think Differently.  Massachusetts: Harvard Business Press.

 

Brooks, Arthur C. (2008).  Gross National Happiness: Why Happiness Matterse for America and How We Can Get More of It.  New York:Basic Books.

 

Brooks, David (2011).  The Social Animal.  New York: Random House.

 

Brzezinski, Zbigniew (2012).  Strategic Vision: America and the Crisis of Global Power.  New York:Basic Books.

 

Capra, Fritjof (2002).  The Hidden Connections.  New York: Doubleday.

 

Carr, Nicholas (2014).  The Glass Cage: Automation and Us.  New York:W.W. Norton and Company.

 

Christakis, Nicholas A. and James H. Fowler (2009).  Connected: The Surprising Power of Our Social Networks and How They Shape Our Lives.  New York: Little, Brown and Company.

 

Clinton, Bill (2007).  Giving:  How each of us can change the world.  New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

 

Dallaire, Romeo (2010).  The Fight like Soldiers The Die Like Children.  New York:Walker and Company. 

 

DiSalvo, David (2011).  What Makes You Happy and Why You Should Do the Opposite.  New York:Prometheus Books

 

Dobson, William J. (2012).  The Dictator’s Learning Curve: Inside the Global Battle for Democracy.  New York:Doubleday.

 

Duhigg, Charles (2012).  The Power of Habit: Why We Do What Do in Life and Business.  New York:Random.

 

Eagleman, David (2011).  Incognito.  New York: Pantheon Books.

 

Easterbrook, Gregg (2003).  The Progress Paradox: How Life Gets Better While People Feel Worse.  New York: Random House.

 

Easterly, William (2006).  The White Man’s Burden.  New York: Penguin Books.

 

Easterly, William (2013).  The Tyranny of Experts: Economists, Dictators, and The Forgotten Rights of the Poor.  New York:Basic Books.

 

Ellenberg, Jordan (2014).  How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathmeatical Thinking.  New York:Penguin Press.

 

Frank, Robert H. (2007).  The Economic Naturalist:  In Search of Explanations of Everyday Enigmas.  New York: Basic Books.

 

Frank, Robert H. (2011).  The Darwin Economy:  Liberty, Competition, and the Common Good.  Princeton: Princeton University Press.

 

French, Howard (2014).  China’s Second Continent.  New York:Alferd A. Knopf.

 

Friedman, Thomas L. (2005).  The World is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century.  New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

 

Gilbert, Daniel (2006).  Stumbling on Happiness.  New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

 

Gladwell, Malcolm (2000).  The Tipping Point:  How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference.  New York: Little, Brown and Company.

 

Gladwell, Malcolm (2005).  Blink:  The Power of Thinking without Thinking.  New York: Little, Brown and Company.

 

Gladwell, Malcolm (2008).  Outliers:  The Story of Success.  New York: Little, Brown and Company.  New York: Little, Brown and Company.

 

Gladwell, Malcolm (2013).  David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits and the Art of Battling Giants. 

 

Glassner, Barry (1999).  The Culture of Fear.  New York: Basic Books.

 

Gleick, James (2011).  The Information:  A History, a Theory, a Flood.  New York: Pantheon Books.

 

Goleman, Daniel (2013). Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence.  New York:Harper.

 

Groh, Jennifer M. (2014).  Making Space: How the Brain Knows Where Things Are.  Cambridge:Harvard Press.

 

Haidt, Jonathan (2012).  The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion.  New York: Pantheon Books.

 

Hand, David J. (2014).  The Improbability Principle: Why Coincidences, Mircales and Rare Events Happen Every Day.  New York:Scientific American.

 

Harris, Bob (2013).  The International Bank of Bob.  New York:Walker and Company.

                                                                   

Harris, Michael (2014).  The End of Absence: Reclaiming What We’ve Lost in a World of Constant Connection.  New York:Current.

 

Harris, Sam (2010).  The Moral Landscape:  How Science Can Determine Human Values.  New York: Free Press.

 

Heath, Chip and Dan Heath (2010).  Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard.  New York: Broadway Books.

 

Hertz, Noreena (2004).  The Debt Threat and Why We Must Defuse It.  London: Harper Perennial.

 

Howard, Philip K. (2001).  The Lost Art of Drawing the Line:  How Fairness Went too Far.  New York: Random House.

 

Johnson, Clay A. (2012).  The Information Diet: A Case for Conscious Consumption.  Cambridge:O’Reilly.

 

Kahneman, Daniel (2011).  Thinking Slow and Fast.  New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

 

Karlan, Dean and Jacob Appel (2011).  More Than Good Intentions: How a New Economics is Helping to Solve Global Poverty.  New York:Dutton.

 

Kristof, Nicholas and Sheryl WuDunn (2009). Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide.  New York:Vintage Books.

 

Kristof, Nicholas and Sheryl WuDunn (2014).  A Path Appears: Transforming Lives, Creating Opportunity.  New York:Alfred A. Knopf.

 

Landsburg, Steven E. (2007).  More Sex is Safer Sex: The Unconventional Wisdom of Economics.  New York: Free Press.

 

Lanier, Jaron (2013).  Who Owns the Future?  New York:Simon and Schuster.

 

Layard, Richard (2005).  Happiness: Lessons from a New Science.  New York: Penguin Press.

 

Lehrer, Jonah (2012).  Imagine:  How Creativity Works.  Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

 

Levitin, Daniel J. (2014).  The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload.  New York:Dutton.

 

Levitt, Steven D. and Stephen J. Dubner (2005).  Freakonomics.  New York: HarperCollins.

 

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Lewis, Michael (2010).  The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine.  New York: W.W. Norton and Company.

 

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Linden, David J. (2011).  The Compass of Pleasure.  New York: Viking.

 

Lindstrom, Martin (2008).  Buyology: Truth and Lies About Why We Buy.  New York: Broadway Books.

 

Lindstrom, Martin (2011).  Brandwashed: Tricks Companies use to Manipulate our Minds and Persuade Us to Buy.  New York:Crown Business.

 

Luntz, Frank I. (2011).  Win: The Key to Take Your Business From Ordinary to Extraordinary.  New York:Hyperion.

  

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McCullough, Malcom (2013).  Ambient Commons: Attention in the Age of Embodied Information.  Cambridge:MIT Press.

 

McGonigal, Kelly (2012).  The Willpower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why it Matters and what You can do to get more of it.  New York:Avery.

 

McKenzie, Richard B. (2010).  Predictably Rational?  In Search of Defenses for Rational Economic Behavior in Economics.  London: Springer.

 

McRaney, David (2011).  You are not so Smart.  New York: Gotham Books.

 

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Mlodinow, Leonard (2012).  Subliminal: How Your Unconscious Mind Rules Your Behavior.  New York:Pantheon. 

 

Mnookin, Robert (2010).  Bargaining with the Devil:  When to Negotiate, When to Fight.  New York: Simon and Schuster.

 

Morozov, Evgeny (2013).  To Save Everything, Click.  New York:Public Affairs.

 

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Moyo, Dambisa (2012).  Winner Take All: China’s Race for Resourcs and What it Means for the World.  New York:Basic Books.

 

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Perkins, John (2007).  The Secret History of the American Empire: Economic Hit Men, Jackals and the Truth About Global Corruption.  New York: Dutton.

 

Piketty, Thomas (2013).  Capital in the Twenty-First Century.  Cambridge:Harvard Press.

 

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Pollan, Michael (2006).  Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals.  New York: Penguin Press.

 

Pollan, Michael (2013).  Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation.  New York:Penguin Press.

 

Poundstone, William (2010).  Priceless: The Myth of Fair Market Value (and How to Take Advantage of It).  New York: Hill and Wang.

 

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Sachs, Jeffery (2005).  The End of Poverty: Economic Possibilities for Our Time.  New York: Penguin Press.

 

Sachs, Jeffery (2008).  Common Wealth:  Economics for a Crowded Planet.  New York: Penguin Press.

 

Sachs, Jeffery (2011).  The Price of Civilization: Reawakening American Virtue and Prosperity.  New York: Random House.

 

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