Who owns our economic future?
No one knows the answer for sure, but Joseph Quinlan provides some very compelling ideas.
In "The Last Economic Superpower," the chief market strategist for Bank of America's Global Wealth and Investment Management unit meticulously examines governmental and business reactions to the recent recession. He argues compellingly that globalization and free-market capitalism are in retreat--and that major alterations to present strategies are necessary to avoid an economic "cold war." The solution, Quinlan asserts, is a cooperative effort on the part of the United States with emerging countries, such as China, to shape a new economy that promotes world-wide economic growth and reduces the risks of wars and cross-border conflicts.
Sure to stand among the most important and influential books about the global economy in recent years, "The Last Economic Superpower" offers key insight into the subject from one of the few authors qualified to provide it.
Table of Contents Twenty-five Glorious Years The Gathering Storm Meltdown and Financial Armageddon Speeding Toward a Multi-Polar World The "Lost Decade" Leaves a Crippled Giant The Twilight in Japan and Europe Flexing New Muscles The Coming Economic Cold War Globalization Reincarnated
|Introduction The Beginning of the End||p. ix|
|Globalization's Comeback||p. 1|
|The Gathering Storm||p. 27|
|Financial Armageddon and the Retreat of Globalization||p. 53|
|Speeding toward a Messy Multipolar World||p. 83|
|A Handicapped Giant: Causes and Consequences||p. 119|
|The Twilight of Europe and Japan||p. 143|
|Flexing Their Muscle-The New Power Brokers in Action||p. 173|
|The Coming Economic Cold War||p. 211|
|Globalization Reincarnated||p. 241|
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Series: Business Books
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 20th October 2010
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.6 x 16.0 x 2.6
Weight (kg): 0.58
Edition Number: 1