Very informative lectures. The balance between being high level and providing too much information is well maintained. The author is clearly an expert on the subject, he draws from personal experience and tells us many anecdotes about his personal experience with Buddhism.
Informal and relaxed lecture style; very easy to listen to. I highly recommend this lecture series.
He is very passionate about the subject.
This is one of those books where you hope to get stuck in traffic so you can continue listening in the car. By far the best produced audio book that I have ever read. Excellent story and excellent reader.
The book is pretty good, but since it is per the housing loan crisis a lot of the numbers are a little dated. The book is full of interesting stories and anecdotes explaining his principles, but sometimes the explanations are a little thin. What may be obvious to an economist is not always that obvious to me the layperson.
In some cases I got the impression that the author felt that his economic views were right, and everybody else's was wrong without giving a balanced viewpoint.
Very good reader, but he speaks fast.
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