Guidelines for Book Review: A full book review may concern only one book. Its length is about 1500-2000 words. It should give readers an engaging, informative, and critical discussion of the work. The review should follow the Guidelines below. The review should consider (please use as your outline): The intended audience for the book and who would find it useful The background of the author(s) The main ideas and major objectives of the book and how effectively these are accomplished The context or impetus for the book – – political controversy, implications of the book for research, policy, practice, or theory A comparison with other works on this subject Constructive comments about the strength and weaknesses of the book The front page of your review should include: Your first and last name Your student id Author(s) or editor(s) first and last name(s) (please indicate if it is an edited book) Title of book Year of publication Place of publication Publisher Number of pages Price (please indicate paperback or hard cover) if available ISBN What are some books I should think about reading? This is a hard question, but there are some easy reads and some longer ones, all of which are great choices. • Banerjee, Abhijit, Esther Duflo. 2019. Good Economics for Hard Times: Better Answers to Our Biggest Problems. • Banerjee, Abhijit, Esther Duflo. 2011. Poor Economics: A Radical Rethinking of the Way to Fight Global Poverty. • Acemoglu, Daron, and James A. Robinson. 2013. Why Nations Fail. • Acemoglu, Daron, and James A. Robinson. 2019. The Narrow Corridor: States, Societies, and the Fate of Liberty. • Piketty, Thomas. 2017. Capital in the Twenty-First Century.