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Slow down and read one of these new BUS/ECON ebooks!

Published by Mark Bodnar

Simple line drawing of a robot running on a treadmill.
I've found this term to be like a treadmill stuck on the super-fast-can't-stop-help! setting — but I finally managed to catch my breath over the last few days. (Thank you, Reading Week!)

Once I had a chance to slow down, I thought I'd take a quick look back at the many economics & business ebooks we've added to the collection recently. And, because the human brain is an amazing pattern-detection machine (which is both good & bad), I immediately starting seeing trends and categories.

For instance, there are several new books dealing with different aspects of women and work, a bunch of titles on inequality, and a series of titles from a UBC Emeritus Prof on his adventures, advice, and discoveries in the related worlds of finance and gambling

Check out those categories and more below... right click a book cover and open it in a new tab or window so you can easily come back to this post to explore more new ebooks.

Innovation, invention, and entrepreneurship


Finance & gambling (titles by Dr. Z of UBC)

Case studies

Ethics, crime, and corruption

Women and work

Project management



      Labour and HRM

      Math & data = analysis & decisions

      Economics of... everything!

      Happy reading!  Let me know if you have any questions at all.

      -- Mark
      Mark Bodnar
      Economics & Business Librarian