Anand Giridharadas: Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World
You like plain ideologies (MarketWorld anyone?), simple, few-dimensional definitions of what’s good and bad economy so you can curse the bad guys?
You don’t mind reading lots of little, loose anecdotes (praised as „great storytelling“) about US economy VIPs and thought leaders you mostly never heard of, which alltogether cement the book title? Historic context („history repeating itself“; Andrew Carnegie as uncompromising employer and philantrop + minimal greek root theory is not enough) and an international view on global problems does not really sound all that interesting to you?
In that case this book is for you!