“Blair Inc: The Man Behind the Mask” is an interesting, if slightly coloured glimpse into Blair’s life after politics, says Matthew Partridge.
Richard Koo’s idea of a ‘debt trauma’ may be a valid concern. But his fears may be overblown in his new book, says Hector Reid.
A review of the best financial books that have graced the MoneyWeek bookshelf this year.
Book review: Bitcoin: The Future of Money?
Find out how Bitcoin is set to revolutionise the world in Dominic Frisby’s witty and engaging new book, says Matthew Partridge.
Book review: Everything I Ever Needed to Know about Economics I Learned from Online Dating
Can economic theory help you to find love? Matthew Partridge reviews Paul Oyer’s new book that sets out to prove it can.
Book review: Zero to One – Notes on Start-ups, or How to Build the Future
The guide to setting up on your own from the founder of PayPal is a cut above the usual memoir, says Matthew Partridge.
Book review: Shredded: Inside RBS, the Bank That Broke Britain
Ian Fraser’s book on the near-collapse of RBS is “well written, impeccably researched and hard to put down”.
Book review: The Trouble with Europe, by Roger Bootle
Bootle makes the case for Britain leaving the EU. It’s a book everyone should read, says Matthew Partridge.
Book review: The Buy Side, by Turney Duff
This introspective tale banking excess is a cut above the average Wall-Street tell-all, says Matthew Partridge.
Book review: Fragile by Design, by Charles Calomiris & Stephen Haber
This is a great history of political interference in bank regulation, says James Ferguson. But a definitive analysis of the recent crisis it is not.