J. Bradford DeLong (1997), "Review of Daniel Cohen's The Misfortunes of Prosperity," in the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Regional Review 7:1 (Winter), pp. 25-6: http://www.j-bradford-delong.net/Econ_Articles/Reviews/misfortunes.html
The Misfortunes of Prosperity (12/21/1996): New England Economic Review (1997)::
Cohen, Daniel. The Misfortunes of Prosperity: An Introduction to Modern Political Economy. Trans. Jacqueline Lindenfeld (from French). An expanded and revised edition of Les Infortunes de la Prospérité (Julliard, 1994). Cambridge, MA: M.I.T. Press, 1995.
Daniel Cohen has written two very good books. He has managed to stuff them both into a very small space: the 134 8' x 5' text pages that make up his The Misfortunes of Prosperity: An Introduction to Modern Political Economy.