Time's "Chic-onomics" List

The April 16th issue of Time has an article about recent books and authors that “made us rethink economics”. Entitled “Chic-onomics 101“, the article briefly describes some of the best selling books that have flown off of bookshelves in the past few years. Many of these popular books are currently checked out–you may need to recall them to get a copy. Authors covered in the article include:
Bill McKibben
Deep Economy: the Wealth of Communities and the Durable Future HD 75.M353 2007
Enough: Staying Human in an Engineered Age Science QH 438.7 M38 2003
The End of Nature GF 75.M38 1989
Malcolm Gladwell
Blink: the Power of Thinking without Thinking Science BF 448 G53 2005
The Tipping Point: How Little Things may Make a Big Difference HM 1033 .G53 2000
Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner
Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything HB 74.P8 L479 2005
James Surowieki
The Wisdom of Crowds –on order
Barbara Ehrenreich
Bait and Switch: the (Futile) Pursuit of the American Dream HD 5708.55 U6 E47 2005
Nickel and Dimed: on (Not) Getting by in America HD 4918 .E375 2002
John Perkins
Confessions of an Economic Hit Man UB 271 .U52 P47 2004
Thomas Friedman
The Lexus and the Olive Tree HF 1359 F74 1999 (on Reserves–2 hour checkout)
The World is Flat: a Brief History of the Twenty-first Century HM 846. F74