World 3.0

Global Prosperity and How To Achieve It
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (12.75 hours)
Product Number: Z04236
Released: Oct 01, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781464000928
Narrator/s: Sean Pratt
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Reeling from the brutal impacts of the early 21st-century recession, governments and societies everywhere are retrenching and pushing hard for increased protectionism. In this inspiring volume, global economy expert Pankaj Ghemawat details why, while this reaction is understandable, following a protectionist ideology to its fullest will only cause further irreparable harm to world economies. "[Ghemawat's] book contributes to fostering the mind-set that will enable us to reshape this world in a sustainable way."-Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize-winning economist


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World 3.0
Product Number: BX00009549
Product Number:CA0009
Product Number:Z04236

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Author(s): Pankaj Ghemawat
Narrator(s): Sean Pratt
Product Number CA0009
Released: Aug 11, 2011
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ISBN: #9781461834298
Author(s): Pankaj Ghemawat
Product Number EB00775244
Released: Oct 15, 2019
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Professional reviews

"Narrator Sean Pratt adopts an appropriately deliberate pace as he delivers economist Pankaj Ghemawat's premise that people around the world will suffer economic fallout in one way or another if the processes of globalization reverse in favor of protectionism. He offers plenty of statistics and examples to bolster his argument that the local rather than the global still predominates. While Pratt's slow pace aids the listening in digesting this dense book, he tends to lapse into a monotonous tone that makes for a laborious listen at times. S.E.G. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"

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