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Extreme Economies characters Û 7 ô [PDF / Epub] ☉ Extreme Economies Author Richard Davies – Dcmdirect.co.uk Inspiring and thought provoking Extreme Economies is filled with lively stories about human experience at society's limits and what it can teach us about our future Winner of the Enlightened Economist Inspiring and thought provokStudy people who live in harsh environments From death row prisoners trading in institutions where money is banned to flourishing entrepreneurs in the world's largest refugee camp from the unrealised potential of cities like Kinshasa to the hyper modern economy of Estonia every life in this book has been hit by a seismic shock violently broken or changed in some wayIn his uest for a purer view of how economies succeed and fail Richard Davies takes the reader off the beaten path to places where part of the economy has been represse. Excellent Richard travels to nine very different extreme economies to learn about survival failure and the future A wonderful combination of immersive travel and popular economics reminiscent of Reggie Yates and Tim Harford The book is both easily digestible and packed with historical context travel stories economic assessment and intuitive thinking I particularly enjoyed the future economies at the end none of which I had thought about in this level of detail before

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D removed destroyed or turbocharged He tells the personal stories of humans living in these extreme situations and of the financial infrastructure they create Far from the familiar stock reports housing crises or banking scandals of the financial pages Extreme Economies reveals the importance of human and social capital and in so doing tells small stories that shed light on today's biggest economic uestions'A highly original approach to understanding what really makes economies tick' Mervyn King former Governor of the Bank of Engla. I've always been interested in economics and politics and this is a great book to get you thinking about both A great idea to look at different broken societies trying to start again and how their different approaches with different levels of external intervention work out Very stimulating and well written

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Extreme EconomiesInspiring and thought provoking Extreme Economies is filled with lively stories about human experience at society's limits and what it can teach us about our future Winner of the Enlightened Economist Prize Winner of Debut Writer of the Year at the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards Longlisted for the Financial Times McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award ' Extreme Economies is a revelation and a must read' Andy Haldane Chief Economist at the Bank of EnglandTo understand how humans react and adapt to economic change we need to. Extreme Economies unfolds as a set of everyday encounters interviews with individuals who have powerful stories to share about the places they live work and bring up families Davies has chosen each of the nine countries he visits for one extraordinary economic statistic but the people he talks to steer the narrative far away from academic theory What emerges across the globe are strikingly common accounts stories of community ambition and survival It's this careful and committed reporting and the remarkable range of characters he meets which I found most compelling Not at all what I'd expected from a book about economics Davies takes you on an unexpected journey straying as far away as you can get from the media discourse we're all so bored of in Brexit weary Britain It's ineuality which emerges as an overarching theme and that's what ultimately brings this book home Along the way Extreme Economies sheds light on the difficult and deeply set problems on our own doorstep and offers up considered and convincing solutions