Last month we shared that we are working on a timely and important book: Angrynomics, by Eric Lonergan, a London-based hedge fund manager, and Mark Blyth, the William R. Rhodes ’57 Professor of international economics at Brown University in the US.
We are thrilled to say that the media and readers alike agree with our take on Angrynomics. We have achieved some absolutely stand-out coverage, and at the time of writing, the book was the number one bestseller in Amazon’s political economy category, and the Kindle edition was the number two bestseller!
Angrynomics has been reviewed by The Financial Times and selected by Martin Wolf, chief economics commentator as one of the titles for his summer reading list. Reviews have also appeared in The Times, The Irish Times and The Guardian. Writing in The Sunday Times, Matthew Goodwin, Professor of politics at the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Kent, and associate fellow at Chatham House said, ‘We live in the Age of Anger, a time of revolt that COVID-19 looks set to intensify…Into this gap in societal cohesion step the authors of a compelling, challenging and incredibly timely book, which sets outs to diagnose the root cause of this anger and to propose some rather radical solutions.’
As one reader review said, ‘I could not put this book down. If your basic political compass is left or right the basic truths in this book are undeniable…Angrynomics just rings true.’