Whither the World: The Political Economy of the Future: Volume 1 - Kolodko, G.
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The study deals with challenging questions of long-term future of global economy and the mankind. Focusing not only on what happens in the economic sphere but also on cultural, social, political, demographic, technological, and ecological processes. It employs a holistic approach to answer fundamental questions about the course of the future.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The study deals with challenging questions of long-term future of global economy and the mankind. Focusing not only on what happens in the economic sphere but also on cultural, social, political, demographic, technological, and ecological processes. It employs a holistic approach to answer fundamental questions about the course of the future.
Autorenporträt
Professor Grzegorz W. Kolodko (www.volatileworld.net), intellectual and politician, a key architect of Poland's successful reforms, the founder and Director of TIGER Center - Transformation, Integration and Globalization Economic Research at the Kozminski University, Warsaw, is the author of international bestsellers 'From Shock to Therapy: The Political Economy of Postsocialist Transformation' and 'Truth, Errors, and Lies: Politics and Economics in a Volatile World'. His books and papers have been translated in 25 languages. He is a marathon runner and a globetrotter who's explored over 160 countries.
Inhaltsangabe
PART I: WHY ECONOMISTS ERR SO OFTEN 1. A Truthful Economics, or the Shoulds and the Realities of Modern Economic Science 2. Blueprint for the Future 3. On Employing Economics to Shape Reality 4. Globalization - an Accident of History? 5. Market versus Government in an Age of Globalization PART II: THREATS AND OPPORTUNITIES: WHICH PREVAIL? 6. Economy Without Values is Like Life Without Sense 7. International Agreements and Disagreements
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"An erudite and thought-provoking take on the big questions facing humanity." (John Cassidy, The New Yorker)