MoneyWeek's film theatre and book reviews – A look at some of the best financial books on the shelves at the moment, plus film and theatre reviews.
Book review: Theresa May: The Enigmatic Prime Minister
A laudable induction to the world of Theresa May.
Book review: Whose Model Is It Anyway? Why Economists Need To Face Up To Reality
An entertaining pamphlet offering plenty of food for thought.
Book review: A Man For All Markets: Beating The Odds, From Las Vegas To Wall Street
A Man For All Markets is an entertaining read for those who want to beat the markets, says Matthew Partridge.
Book review: Age of Anger
Pankaj Mishra’s long-term historical approach is a refreshing contrast to those who solely blame short-term causes.
Film review: Gold
Despite some unfavourable reviews, Gold is an intriguing film that’s worth seeing, says Matthew Partridge.
Book review: The Upstarts
Colourful characters and high stakes that make this an unusually gripping business book.
Book review: Nothing But A Circus: Misadventures Among The Powerful
Daniel Levin gives a good taste of the world of the rich and powerful, says Matthew Partridge.
Book review: When Britain Went Bust
This is an extremely readable account of a moment when domestic politics and global finance collided.
Book review: Margaret Thatcher: A Life and Legacy
This lastest biography of the late prime minister, Margaret Thatcher, is a masterpiece of compression.
Book review: The Retreat of Globalisation
We’ve reached peak globalisation, reckons Gervais Williams. From now here on in, the environment for international trade will be much less favourable.