The ASI receives more books than it can get round to giving a full review of, but here are some particular interesting recent ones you might want to check out.
- Imaginary Cities by Darran Anderson
Describing itself as a work of 'creative non-fiction' it's a wide-ranging thesis on the city. Get it if you love their wonderful twitter account.
- The Routledge Handbook of International Education and Development by Simon McGrath & Qing Gu (eds)
Probably one to look at in the library, given the price, this handbook seems to be the most authoritative work from practitioners and experts in the area; a more scholarly take on The Beautiful Tree.
- The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels by Alex Epstein
I'm really glad this book exists.
- Free Market Fairness by John Tomasi
Tyler Cowen says this is 'one of the very best philosophical treatments of libertarian thought, ever' and what can I add to that?
- The Long Process of Development: Building Markets and States in Pre-industrial England, Spain and their Colonies by Jerry F. Hough & Robin Grier
The list of reviews on the back is very impressive: Dani Rodrik, Mike Munger, Lant Pritchett, Tyler Cowen, and the topic is hugely interesting.