Well, how do you like the book so far? Can this book really be about economics? I've been through the entire book and there is not one graph in it.
Harford ends his book with:
In the end, economics is about people -- something economists have done a very bad job at explaining. And economic growth is about a better life for individuals -- more choice, less fear, less toil and hardship.Assuming Harford is correct, why do you suppose economists have done such a bad job at explaining themselves?