Martin Wolf's list of economics books for 2020 includes not a single title I have read, and rather bizarrely omits the best seller - Stephanie Kelton's 'The Deficit Myth'. But it's worth a look, nonetheless.
Why is that? Because what it shows is that there is now a prevailing narrative that challenges the economic orthodoxy of neoliberalism with a green / MMT tinge to a lot of it.
So my question becomes which book on the list do I most want to read? It is this one:
And a note to my family: I am planning to buy my own copy, before Christmas.