The Paradox of Choice: Why More Is Less

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$15.99
Publisher
Harper Perennial
Publish Date
Pages
265
Dimensions
5.2 X 7.9 X 0.9 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780060005696

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About the Author

Barry Schwartz is the Dorwin Cartwright Professor of Social Theory and Social Action at Swarthmore College. He is the author of several books, including Practical Wisdom: The Right Way to Do the Right Thing, with Kenneth Sharpe, and Why We Work. His articles have appeared in many of the leading journals in his field, including American Psychologist.

Reviews
"Schwartz has plenty of insightful things to say about the perils of everyday life."--Booklist
"Brilliant.... The case Schwartz makes... is compelling, the implications disturbing.... An insightful book."--Christian Science Monitor
"With its clever analysis, buttressed by sage New Yorker cartoons, The Paradox of Choice is persuasive."--BusinessWeek
"An insightful study that winningly argues its subtitle."--Philadelphia Inquirer
"Wonderfully readable." -- Washington Post
"Schwartz lays out a convincing argument.... [He] is a crisp, engaging writer with an excellent sense of pace."--Austin American-Statesman
With its clever analysis, buttressed by sage New Yorker cartoons, The Paradox of Choice is persuasive. --BusinessWeek"
Brilliant.... The case Schwartz makes... is compelling, the implications disturbing.... An insightful book. --Christian Science Monitor"
Wonderfully readable. --Washington Post
Schwartz lays out a convincing argument.... [He] is a crisp, engaging writer with an excellent sense of pace. --Austin American-Statesman"
"Wonderfully readable."--Washington Post
"Schwartz offers helpful suggestions of how we can manage our world of overwhelming choices."--St. Petersburg Times
An insightful study that winningly argues its subtitle. --Philadelphia Inquirer"
Schwartz offers helpful suggestions of how we can manage our world of overwhelming choices. --St. Petersburg Times"
Wonderfully readable. --Washington Post"
Schwartz has plenty of insightful things to say about the perils of everyday life. --Booklist"