Some of his books:
- The Machinery of Freedom
- Price Theory: An Intermediate Text
- Hidden Order: The Economics of Everyday Life
- Law’s Order: What Economics Has to Do with Law and Why It Matters
- Future Imperfect: Technology and Freedom in an Uncertain World
David Friedman’s website; blog (I have put into my bloglist) and
his books, book chapters, papers, detailed course outlines etc..
(Many webbed drafts, sample chapters are available.)
I like these 2 books by David Friedman: Law’s Order and Hidden Order.
The rest I haven’t browsed through.
Law’s Order links economics to law whereas Hidden Order links economics to everyday life issues.
I think I’ll like the book Future Imperfect. It is a book linking economics, laws and technology.
There is a portion "Living Paper: An Open Source Project" in his website which are software programs/simulations to teach economics. Some programs are available.