Connected: 24 Hours in the Global Economy
What if you could look behind the headlines of the global economy to see how it really worked? Instead of listening to pundits, politicians, and protestors, you could see firsthand how everyone from migrant workers to central bank governors lived their lives. Then you could decide for yourself where the big trends were heading.
Now you can. Connected: 24 Hours in the Global Economy isn't another polemic for or against globalization. Daniel Altman takes you on a whirlwind journey through more than a dozen cities, gathering points of view from moguls, ministers, and the men and women on the street. At each stop, you'll hear how the world's workers played their parts in the events of a single day. Starting with their stories, related in their own words, you'll take on pressing questions in new ways: Can poor countries become rich too quickly? Can corruption ever be a good thing? Do companies need crises in order to stay competitive? What determines the global economic pecking order? Most important, you'll learn how the billions of decisions made by individuals can and do change the future.
Connected: 24 Hours in the Global Economy is part travel guide, part owner's manual--an absorbing, accessible, and essential road map for every citizen of the global economy in the twenty-first century.
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Review: Connected: 24 Hours in the Global EconomyUser Review - John Peat - Goodreads
There's nothing quite like reading a book which attempts to predict the future (well - a bit) 10 years after it was written -0 Read full review
Review: Connected: 24 Hours in the Global EconomyUser Review - Andrew Woody Siemens - Goodreads
I almost feel like I should rate it higher, but just cant bring myself to it. it can be a fun read, but I think we can all see how connected our economies are without reading this book. Perhaps it could be a beneficial book for someone with limited understanding of the economy. Read full review
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