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"At last a new kind of mastermind—a rational 'homoeconomics' and libertarian. If Henry Spearman had not existed, God would have had to invent him. Marshall Jevons did, to his readers' benefit."—Paul Samuelson
"I thought the economic argument extremely ingenious and the idea of using economic analysis as a way to solve the mystery most original."—Milton Friedman
"This is a tight little mystery that should hold the interest of any student who enjoys detective stories. At the same time, it contains some basic economic lessons, presented in a way that the first-year student will have no difficulty understanding. . . . Its style is crisp and entertaining, and its cast of characters will delight any mystery lover. . . . What gives Murder at the Margin its sparkle are the shrewd observations about academic life and the authors' ability to transform statements of economic law into deft character analysis."—Sarah Gallagher and George Dawson, Journal of Economic Education
Posted April 17, 2003
I had to read this book for my microeconomics class and I thought It was going to be really boring but Was I Wrong After I read the Book I read it again it was that good he had you on the edge of your seat as he reveals the who the murderers are.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 15, 2011
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