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by Oliver Chittenden,Vince Cable

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ISBN:
0753522047
Author:
Oliver Chittenden,Vince Cable
Category:
Economics
Language:
English
Publisher:
Virgin Books; Reprint edition (April 1, 2011)
Pages:
402 pages
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Oliver Chittenden, Vince Cable. The state of the global economy affects every single one of us. With economic growth threatened by financial regulation and the East and West at competitive odds, the real solutions to global recession can only come through international co-operation.

Oliver Chittenden was born in 1976. In 2008 he published his first book, Inspire, which looked at the lives of some of the UK's most well known heroes

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Oliver Chittenden has worked as an agent to many of the world's most inspiring leaders through is work for The .

Oliver Chittenden has worked as an agent to many of the world's most inspiring leaders through is work for The London Speakers Bureau. He is the author of Inspire. Vince Cable has been a member of Parliament since 1997 and is former deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats in the House of Commons. He is the author of The Storm: The World Economic Crisis and What it Means.

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World leaders, Nobel Prize-winning economists, and award-winning writers—this anthology brings together the finest thinking to suggest solutions to the global predicamentThe state of the global economy affects everyone, and with economic growth threatened by financial regulation and the East and West at competitive odds, the real solutions to global recession can only come through international cooperation. This anthology breaksfree from old ideas to provide new strategies for success by drawing on our real future strengths: collaboration and global cooperation. Contributors include former South African president FW de Klerk, former White House director of Economic Policy Todd Buchholz, The Cult of the Amateur author Andrew Keen, Nobel Prize winner Professor Edmund Phelps, former managing director of the World Bank Dr. Mamphela Ramphele, Professor Martin Feldstein—professor of economics at Harvard University, University of Chicago professor Dr. Marvin Zonis, and many more.