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: Winners Take All
Philanthrocapitalism is a sham, argues Anand Giridharadas – a cover for dodging taxes or pushing causes dear to the hearts of the super-rich.
Book review: The New Authoritarianism
The populist backlash against the role of experts in the political process isn’t such a bad thing, says Professor Salvatore Babones.
This a revival of a lesser-known play by the American playwright Arthur Miller examines what happens when the music stops, and the financial boom turns to bust.
Theatre review: I’m Not Running
David Hare’s play sets up some interesting questions, but it fails to provide any answers.
Theatre review: ’75
Kieran Hodgson’s one-man show about Britain’s entry into Europe provides a welcome and amusing new angle on Brexit.
Book review: Lab Rats
Dan Lyons’s book is an entertaining attack on the effect that the tech industry has had on everybody’s working lives
Book review: Brexit and the Politics of Pain
Irish writer Fintan O’Toole examines what Brexit reveals about Britain.
Book review: Mr Five Per Cent
Philip Hanschers’ biography of Calouste Gulbenkian examines what vast wealth does to a man and the people around him.
Book review: The Power of Capitalism
Rainer Zitelmann looks at multiple case studies to make his point about the superiority of markets.
Merryn Somerset Webb recommends six books for investors – from bitcoin to investment trusts, via fish and horses.