According to People Daily’s piece “34 Good Books That Broadens Your Sight”, April 11th, 2015, Humanistic Economics: Economics without Mathematical Terms written by MAO Yushi and CEN Ke and published by Jinan University Press in February, 2013 was among the 34 recommended books.
Humanistic Economics: Economics without Mathematical Terms uses plain and concise language and abundant real life cases to explain economic phenomena without adopting jargons and mathematical terms, which makes economics accessible to those who are not professionally trained.
Humanism Economics Society was initiated by MAO Yushi and founded on July 13th, 2012. It aims to spread economic knowledge to ordinary people.
This book links people’s everyday life with ethics, political science, sociology, literature, history, and philosophy, etc.. It illustrates economic problems such as the creation of wealth and the usage of economic theories.
Also in the list are books including The Common World by the late author Mr. LU Yao, Economics by Paul Samuelson, Capital in the Twenty-First Century by Thomas Piketty, China’s History Is One of Finance by Professor CHEN Yulu, the President of Renda University, A Theory of Justice by American political philosopher John Rawls, and Radical Democracy by Douglas Lummis.