The commanding heights: the battle for the world economy

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Simon & Schuster, Apr 9, 2002 - Business & Economics - 488 pages
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The Pulitzer Prize-wimming author of The Prize joins a leading expert on the global economy to present an incisive narrative of the risks and opportunities that are emerging as the balance of power shifts around the world between governments and markets -- and the battle over globalization comes front and center. The Commanding Heights is essential for understanding the struggle over the "new rules of the game" for the twenty-first century.

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Full disclosure: I've owned the book since first semester of grad school and have read certain chapters for use in papers and such, and I also own and have watched several times the PBS-produced DVDs ... Read full review

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The authors flap the illusion of a "movement" from state control to "market consensus". [399] Published in 1999, the authors are oblivious to the signs of takeover of the world by pirates who fund a ... Read full review


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About the author (2002)

Daniel Yergin is the author of The Prize: The Epic Quest for Oil, Money, and Power and Shattered Peace and a coauthor of Energy Future and Russia 2010. He is chairman of Cambridge Energy Research Associates.