the seven books that the President decided to show in his photo at Casa Rosada

Javier Milei made it to the cover of the iconic TIME magazine. “The radical. How Javier Milei is shocking the world”was the title that the centenary publication chose to summarize the extensive interview that journalist Vera Bergengruen conducted in the presidential office of the Casa Rosada.

And beyond the political definitions of the libertarian, the description of Karina Milei as an “ex-tarot reader” and the euphoria that was triggered in networks, the President gave the note because he decided show your desk and some symbolic books, already because of the theme and because of the authors. The entire statement.

Below, the seven works she chose to pose in front of the lens of photographer Irina Werning in TIME.

Javier Milei: the Archer; the Rocker Stone; the ‘Austrian’ Economist; the Showman; the Bilardista; the Polemicist; the Outsider; the Disruptive; the Anti-Communist; the Disheveled; the Disseminator; the Ideologist; the politician; the Candidate and the President of Argentina. The revolution that they did not see coming is not only essential for his followers; who will thoroughly discover the details of the feat of a gladiator whom the establishment underestimated and now observes with concern the risk of losing his privileges. As for detractors; At last they will seriously and accurately understand the general conception of Milei’s proposal; who has become; Without a doubt; in the most disruptive phenomenon in the West. Nothing is left to chance in this fascinating portrait.

The writer Nicolas Marquez He made the news during the book fair for an interview he gave to Ernesto Tenenbaum on Radio Con Vos. Friend of the President, as he defines himself, he stated that homosexuality was “an unhealthy and self-destructive behavior” and made statements that generated strong rejection. Marcelo Duclosco-author of the biography, is a journalist and played bass in the musical show that Milei gave at Luna Park.


The biographer of the current President Javier Milei pointed out against homosexuality in a radio interview with Ernesto Tenembaum.


When reality does not fit a model (economic, for that matter), the most sensible thing would be to review said system and try to detect its errors. However, for neoclassical and neo-Keynesian economists, says the author, when the model does not fit with the real world, it is not discarded, because the blame becomes reality. And always with the same diagnosis: market failure.

In this new book, Javier Milei, already anointed president of the Argentine Nation, takes up ideas that he has been analyzing, adjusting and defending for years, only now he does so on a journey that is projected in the main ideological forums of today to finish arriving at a true lesson in macroeconomics.

From economic theory to political action, in effect, because as the president often says: “The problem of the West is that we must not only confront those who, despite overwhelming empirical evidence, continue to strive for impoverishing socialism, but also to leaders, thinkers and academics who, protected by a wrong theoretical framework, undermine the foundations of the system that has given us the greatest expansion of wealth and prosperity in history.”


Jerusalem is, at the same time, the capital of a political power, the target of a thousand battles, conquests and destructions throughout the centuries, and the holy city of three religions: the place destined to be the scene of the Final Judgment prophesied by the Apocalypse. Simon Sebag Montefiore has achieved the prodigy of evoking in these pages its three thousand years of history, told through the lives of those who starred in them, in a list that includes kings, politicians, conquerors or prophets, from Solomon to Lawrence of Arabia, passing through Abraham, Jesus or Muhammad, through Saladin, the crusaders, Suleiman the Magnificent or Winston Churchill, without forgetting the countless common men and women who have lived, loved, suffered or fought in its streets.


Macroeconomic policy is one of the most important policy areas and the tools of macroeconomics are among the most valuable to policymakers. However, until now there has been a wide gap between the level at which macroeconomics is taught at the university level and the level at which it is practiced. At the same time, doctoral-level textbooks are typically not aimed at a policy audience, making advanced macroeconomics less accessible to current and aspiring professionals.

This book, emerging from the master’s course that the authors taught for many years at the Harvard Kennedy School, fills this gap. Introduces dynamic optimization tools in the context of economic growth and then applies them to a wide range of policy issues, ranging from pensions, consumption, investment and finance, to the most recent developments in fiscal and monetary policy. . It does so with the necessary rigor, but also with a light touch and an unwavering focus in its application to policy formulation, as befits the authors’ own practical experience.

Advanced Macroeconomics: A Simple Guide It is sure to become a great resource for graduate and advanced undergraduate students, as well as professionals.

Federico Sturzenegger He is the ideologue with DNU 70/2023 on deregulation of the economy that Javier Milei presented in his first days in office and also one of the brains of the Bases Law, a mega reform that the Argentine president describes as five times larger than the changes proposed by Carlos Menem in the 90’s. He is the head of the Transitory Deregulation Unit, which devised those policies at Quinta de Olivos during the


Why are words so important to Jews? The novelist Amos Oz and the historian Fania Oz-Salzberger skillfully mesh personalities from all times, from the anonymous and probably female author of the Song of Songs to the obscure Talmudists or contemporary writers, to explain the essential relationship that exists between Jews and the words. Mixing storytelling and research, conversation and argument, father and daughter tell the stories hidden behind Judaism’s most enduring names, adages, disputes, texts and jokes. Both argue that these words make up the chain that connects Abraham to the Jews of all subsequent generations.

With prose full of knowledge, lyricism and a sense of humor, Jews and Words offers an extraordinary visit to the words that make up the heart of Jewish culture and reaches out to the reader to join the conversation.


The essential contents and differentiating characteristics of the Austrian School of Economics are systematically addressed, while the evolution of its thought is analyzed, from its origins to the present day, and the way in which its contributions will foreseeably influence the future is pointed out. the future evolution of Economic Science. Some of the authors studied are Menger, Bohm-Bawerk, Mises and Hayek, until reaching the current resurgence of the school.

Who is Jesús Huerta de Soto? Guru of anarcho-capitalism in Spain, he is an ultra-liberal economist and millionaire from that country, owner of an insurance company, who is publicly praised by President Javier Milei. He mentioned it in his inauguration speech in Congress.

“We owe Milei something of immense value. What he did for humanity is to have put terms like anarcho-capitalism on the order of the day and to have popularized the idea of ​​freedom and to have awakened citizens from their lethargy,” said Huerta de Soto about the Argentine president, to whom he proposed for the Nobel Prize in Economics.

The economist and professor Jesús Huerta de Soto proposed that the Nobel Prize in Economics be given to Javier Milei. It was during a university class.The economist and professor Jesús Huerta de Soto proposed that the Nobel Prize in Economics be given to Javier Milei. It was during a university class.


Cat graphic humor book created by Nik. In networks, the cartoonist is a fervent defender of Milei management. The President usually celebrates the jokes in which the graphic artist mentions him.

When he saw his book in TIME magazine, he celebrated in X: “In the photo for Time Magazine the President has Gaturro’s latest book on his desk, the one with the 3 little gold stars. Long live freedom, damn!!!! @JMilei.”

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