Here’s a review, by Nancy Koenh, of Tomas Sedlacek’s book, Economics of Good & Evil
The link to the review is here: The Moral Behind All the Numbers
Koehn’s bottom line:
In many respects, the author has offered up a set of musings, many of which are energetic and enlightening in their appeal to the humanities. But the work’s contributions do not come cheap. Readers have to endure not only the absence of direction and analytic argument, but also frequent redundancies and narrative switchbacks. It all adds up to a worthy but exhausting journey.
You can buy the book on Amazon, by clicking here: Economics of Good & Evil
(As always, no endorsement is implied.)