|The Undercover Economist||
A great introduction into the applications of economics to the real world without getting too abstract. See book review post for more.
|Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything||
Similar in style to the Undercover economist but deals with more abstract issues. See book review post for more.
|Thinking Strategically: The Competitive Edge in Business, Politics, and Everyday Life (Norton Paperback)||
A great primer for game theory. Be sure to read at least the first few chapters before your interview!
|The Armchair Economist: Economics and Everyday Life||
Deals with some issues you won't come across until your first year at uni, and that's precisely why it's so great if you can talk about them during interviews.
|The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference||
This has been put lower down on your to-read list as it's more about psychology than economics/business, but contains some great ideas to talk/write about.
|Foundations Of Corporate Success: How Business Strategies Add Value||
Summer reading list (pre-1st year) book. Easy to read introduction to game theory and aspects of management. If you've got the time, go for it!
|Organization Theory: Selected Classic Readings||
A lot like the stuff you'll be dealing with at uni from some pretty well known (you'll get to know them well, trust me) management theorists.
|Thinking Skills (Cambridge International Examinations)||
An absolute must for TSA preparation