Who Gets What and Why - Book Review
This is not your father's economics book. It's not even simply a behavioral economics book. This is a book that is both practical and also very much grounded in economic theory. It's about how markets actually work not necessarily the way they should work. It's also about how to create markets where no markets exist. The book covers everything from school choice to kidney donation. Prepare yourself for a grand tour of the economic landscape in which we all live. You won't be disappointed.