Other Books for Economics Students

Below are a list of books that students who want to learn more about economics might find interesting.

Dan Ariely
Predictably Irrational

Frederic Bastiat
The Law
Economic Sophisms

Walter Block 
Defending the Undefendable

Edgar Browning
Stealing from Each Other

James Buchanan
Cost and Choice

Todd Bucholz
New Ideas from Dead Economists

Tyler Cowen
Discover Your Inner Economist

William Easterly
The Elusive Quest for Growth
White Man's Burden

Robert Frank
The Economic Naturalist

Milton Friedman
Capitalism and Freedom
Free to Choose

David Friedman
Machinery of Freedom
Hidden Order

Tim Harford
The Undercover Economist
The Logic of Life

F.A. Hayek
The Road to Serfdom
Capitalism and Historians

Henry Hazlitt
Economics in One Lesson
Time Will Run Back (Novel)
The Failure of the New Economics

Robert Kuttner
Everything for Sale

Steven Landsburg
The Armchair Economist
Fair Play

Steven Levit

Burton Malkiel
A Random Walk Down Wall Street

PJ O'Rourke
Eat the Rich
On The Wealth of Nations

Ayn Rand 
Fountain Head (Novel)
Atlas Shrugged (Novel)
Capitalism the Unknown Ideal

Russell Roberts
The Choice: A Fable of Free Trade
The Price of Everything

Amartya Sen
Development as Freedom

Thomas Sowell
Basic Economics: A Citizen's Guide to the Economy
A Conflict of Visions: Ideological Origins of Political Struggles
Marxism: Philosophy and Economics
Civil Rights: Rhetoric Or Reality?

John Stossel
Give Me a Break
Myths, Lies, and Downright Stupidity

Walter Williams 
Do the Right Thing
More Liberty Means Less Government

Martin Wolf
Why Globalization Works