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The Czech version of Tomáš Sedláček’s Economics of Good and Evil was published in 2009. The first edition disappeared from the shelves in just two weeks. In its first year of publication, the book sold more than 30 thousand copies. This made it one of the top-selling titles in the country. Yes, for many months, Sedláček was doing even better than Dan Brown. And now Oxford University Press, one of the world’s premier publishing houses, has published his take on morals and economics in English.