Very cool! Bloomberg names Bailout Nation as one of the top 50 Business books:

May 28 (Bloomberg) — With so many business books spilling from the shelves, we’re often asked for a comprehensive list of recommendations. Here are 50 of our favorite titles published since Jan. 1, 2009.

“Animal Spirits” by George A. Akerlof and Robert J. Shiller (Princeton). The two economists explore how psychology drove us from boom to bust.

“Bailout Nation” by Barry Ritholtz (Wiley). A financial blogger chronicles why the U.S. came to embrace bailouts.

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Source:
Top 50 Business Books, ‘Animal Spirits’ to ‘What the Dog Saw
James Pressley
Bloomberg, May 28 2010
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601088&sid=aPJsasCVoVEk

Category: Bailout Nation, Books

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One Response to “Bloomberg: Top 50 Business Books”

  1. Joe Facer says:

    Number two on the list. Pretty cool. (We’ll ignore the alphabetical order that they are in.) Helps makes up for being stuck inna “R’ s and one of the last to be let go back inna school daze…