Very interesting human interest biography of two unique and quirky scientists who complemented each other in remarkable ways. This book provides a very interesting introduction to the field of behavioural economics that is currently making a huge impact on the effective implementation of important government and corporate policies that can benefit many. As usual Michael Lewis - as in Moneyball and The Big Short - makes this an interesting read.
This is an excellent book about two amazing people, well done to the author for telling their story so well. Although the book covered a reasonably complex topic it was really well presented in a simple way.
Fascinating,larger than life characters who changed the world in so many ways. The book itself was so easy to read, I only wish I had known about this stuff decades ago. It apples to everyone and should be taught at school. Failing that it should be compulsory for a Tertiary education.