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and Those who Inhabit It
A Brief Review of
Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist
Hardback: Chelsea Green Books, 2017
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Reviewed by Patrick Bowers
It is not very often a macroeconomic book could be praised as both approachable and revolutionary at the same time, but I think that is the only way to sum up Kate Raworth’s book. This book was years in the making and the author very much wants the readers to follow her along on her trip from student to a shaper of economic thought.