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The Great Reversal

The Great Reversal

by Thomas Philippon
None Pages · None · · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Sustainable Development Goals
by Julia Walker, Alma Pekmezovic, Gordon Walker
432 Pages · 2019 · 8 MB · 2,417 Downloads · New!
Sustainable Development Goals are the economic policy, economics, development and business finance book which shares the politics that can assist the governments to achieve the SDGs. Julia Walker is the author of this tremendous book. The countries that have a highly stable economy attracts investment and investors of the whole world. There are only a few countries that already achieve the SDGs through technology, law reform, and finance but the majority of the world’s countries are struggling. To achieve SDGs requires a high-level policy and governments need to make bold decisions for the better future of their countries. It requires trillions of dollars in your bank accounts that are going to mobilize and accelerated into the market.
Fault Lines
by Raghuram G. Rajan, Tim Powers
280 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Fault Lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy” is a great book that describes Economic policy. Raghuram G. Rajan is the author of this book. Raghuram is the Eric J. Gleacher Distinguished Service Professor of Finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund. Rajan is a great thinker who is willing to challenge the economics establishment on its ridiculous assumptions. His points are argued better than others. The author highlights clearly how well-intentioned government intervention to promote housing for low earners contributed significantly to the subprime boom. A reader without a strong understanding of basic economic theory is not going to get much out of this. So I would recommend this book to all who have knowledge about Economics. Each topic is covered clearly and concisely and packed with the details that you learn to be truly effective. Fault Lines takes a higher ground and attempts to provide some guidance toward an economic future. To sum it up, Fault Lines is an informative book that describes Economic policy.
The War on Normal People
by Andrew Yang
304 Pages · 2015 · 6.4MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The War on Normal People: The Truth About America’s Disappearing Jobs and Why Universal Basic Income Is Our Future” is an amazing book to anyone who is interested to learn more about how we can take on the rise of automation in our economies. Andrew is the author of this classic book. Andrew has written an important, warmly written, comprehensive overview of what is happening in our country due to technology and automation, with a focus on its downside. While one may intuitively sense how social-media has replaced a lot of actual socializing, making it more “efficient,” this same impact shall and is being applied to companies via automation and soon “AI”, which is the subject of Yang’s book. However are people without Master’s Degrees going to work, and how with those with Master’s and above whom cannot be automated by paid? Yang investigates both sides of this coin with his analysis of problems and his intelligent suggestion of a range of debatable solutions. This is an easy read but of substantial real-world weight. It is important for parents and adults as much as for our policy leaders and thinkers because the effects are happening and will expand. Finally, The novel “The War on Normal People by entrepreneur Andrew Yang” describes how the dawn of automation and artificial intelligence will reshape the United States economy and society. He describes in-depth how automation will eliminate the top 5 most common jobs in the United States over the next 15 years. Administrative support is at number 1, Retail at number 2, Food Preparation and Service at number 3, Transportation and Material Moving at number 4, and finally production at number 5. He explains that all of these fields would be drastically altered by artificial intelligence in administrative support and automation in retail, food preparation, transportation, and production. He also describes in detail how automation and artificial intelligence will affect white-collar jobs such as radiologists, corporate lawyers, primary care physicians, and surgeons. This book was written incredibly well. The factual evidence to back up Yang’s claims is enormous allowing the reader to truly comprehend his points and believe his claims. He also provides solutions to the problems that he poses, instead of just stating the issues. His solution, the Freedom Dividend, is extremely well-researched and makes the reader earn for Yang’s new America.
The Worst Is Yet to Come
by Peter Fleming
160 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Worst Is Yet to Come” is a pearl of Wonderful wisdom, spiritual, open, realistic, hopeful, funny book. This novel is written by Peter Fleming. Peter is a professor and author of several books focusing on the seedy side of late capitalism, including The Worst is Yet to Come (Repeater Books), Sugar Daddy Capitalism (Polity Press), and The Death of Homo Economicus (Pluto Books). His writing has also appeared in the Guardian, the Financial Times, and on the BBC. The book “The Worst Is Yet to Come” is an enjoyable story that moves along at a good pace. It is not too quickly, but at a pace that keeps the reader engaged waiting to discover the outcome. It has a satisfactory ending which is a little predictable but ties up all the loose ends. Some of the male characters are a little too good to be true but that doesn’t spoil any part of the story. The author switches between the two time periods effortlessly and easily which doesn’t always happen in these kinds of books.
The Wealth of Nations
by Adam Smith
530 Pages · 2015 · 4 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Wealth of Nations” is an informative book for the readers. Adam Smith is the author of this book. Adam was a Scottish moral philosopher, pioneer of political economy, and a key figure in the Scottish Enlightenment. Smith studied social philosophy at the University of Glasgow and at Balliol College, Oxford, where he was one of the first students to benefits from scholarships set up by fellow Scot, John Snell. This boo is extremely readable although published way back in 1776. It is clear and easy to understand. The notes provided by Kathryn Sutherland make reading the book even more fascinating and instructive. Smith paints a very clear picture of the times he lived in and the reader can get wonderful descriptions of the thrusting American colonies, little-industrialized France, and under-developed China. With the help of this book, you will learn how he accomplished acquiring all statistics in the 18th century. Computers did not exist, the Telegraph did not exist. Mail was the only way to communicate. The speed of delivery was a turtle. The Wealth of Nations is a necessary book for all who wish to gain a better understanding of the principles upon which all modern capitalistic economies have been founded. To sum it up, The Wealth of Nations is an informative book for the readers.
Why Nations Fail
by Daron Acemoglu, James A. Robinson
544 Pages · 2013 · 1 MB · 2,541 Downloads · New!
Why Nations Fail is the political economy, legal systems, growth economics and political systems guide which provide a brief explanation between the poor and rich countries. Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson are the authors of this impressive book. What really affects the economy of the country like geography, policies, weather or culture? None of the scenarios really matters in the development of the country. The majority of the world knows that African countries are poor but no one knows that Botswana is the fastest growing country in the world from the last few years.