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    LSE Lit Fest 2017 Book Review: Age of Anger: A History of the Present by Pankaj Mishra

LSE Lit Fest 2017 Book Review: Age of Anger: A History of the Present by Pankaj Mishra

How can we explain the apparent rise in hatred in societies around the world? In Age of Anger: A […]

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    Book Review: A Fiery and Furious People: A History of Violence in England by James Sharpe

Book Review: A Fiery and Furious People: A History of Violence in England by James Sharpe

In A Fiery and Furious People: A History of Violence in England, James Sharpe draws on a wide range […]

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    Book Review: Why Aren’t They Shouting? A Banker’s Tale of Change, Computers and Perpetual Crisis by Kevin Rodgers

Book Review: Why Aren’t They Shouting? A Banker’s Tale of Change, Computers and Perpetual Crisis by Kevin Rodgers

In Why Aren’t They Shouting? A Banker’s Tale of Change, Computers and Perpetual Crisis, Kevin Rodgers, former global head […]

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    Reading List: 8 Must-Read Books on Religion and the Public Sphere

Reading List: 8 Must-Read Books on Religion and the Public Sphere

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Last month, June 2016, the LSE Religion and the Public Sphere blog launched, exploring the […]

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    Book Review: The Life Project: The Extraordinary Story of our Ordinary Lives by Helen Pearson

Book Review: The Life Project: The Extraordinary Story of our Ordinary Lives by Helen Pearson

Authored by Helen Pearson, The Life Project: The Extraordinary Story of our Ordinary Lives concerns British birth cohort studies: a […]

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    LSE Lit Fest 2016: ‘More’s Utopia – and more utopias’ by Michael Caines

LSE Lit Fest 2016: ‘More’s Utopia – and more utopias’ by Michael Caines

To mark the five hundred year anniversary of Thomas More’s formative work, the theme of the 8th LSE Space for […]

What Have You Been Reading in 2015 on LSE Review of Books?

As 2016 beckons, we look at the most popular reviews of 2015 on LSE Review of Books.
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    Book Review: Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioural Economics

Book Review: Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioural Economics

Reviewer Adam Oliver finds that Richard Thaler’s new book, Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioural Economics, covers the core concepts of behavioural economics, but […]

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    Book Review: Thrive: The Power of Evidence-Based Psychological Therapies

Book Review: Thrive: The Power of Evidence-Based Psychological Therapies

Thrive explores the new effective solutions to the misery and injustice caused by mental illness. It describes how successful […]

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    Book Review: I Met Lucky People: The Story of the Romani Gypsies by Yaron Matras

Book Review: I Met Lucky People: The Story of the Romani Gypsies by Yaron Matras

As one of the last remaining societies in the Western hemisphere with a strictly oral culture, the Romani people […]

Book Review: 10 Billion by Stephen Emmott

10 Billion aims to take a dramatic look at the challenges we face today, from over-population to energy wars, to […]

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    Book Review: The Price of Inequality: How Today’s Divided Society Endangers Our Future by Joseph Stiglitz

Book Review: The Price of Inequality: How Today’s Divided Society Endangers Our Future by Joseph Stiglitz

America currently has the most inequality and the least equality of opportunity among the developed countries, writes Nobel Prize-winning economist […]

Book Review: To Save Everything Click Here: The Folly of Technological Solutionism by Evgeny Morozov

Technology, Evgeny Morozov proposes, can be a force for improvement – but only if we abandon the idea that it […]

Book Review: The Signal and the Noise: The Art and Science of Prediction by Nate Silver

In The Signal and the Noise, the New York Times’ political forecaster and statistics guru Nate Silver explores the art of prediction, detailing […]

Book Review: Land of the Seven Rivers: A Brief History of India’s Geography by Sanjeev Sanyal

Sanjeev Sanyal sets off to explore India and look at how the country’s history was shaped by its rivers, mountains […]

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