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Moyo's diagnosis of the recent disasters in financial markets is succinct and sophisticated...I applaud her brave alarum against our economic and social complacency: her core concerns are sufficiently close to painful truths to warrant our attention. (Paul Collier The Observer)
We [in the West] have alienated trading partners and are colluding in the decline of our own prosperity, says Moyo, who sets out strategies for weighting the political seesaw back to our advantage. (Iain Finlayson The Times)
This argument...can rarely have been made more concisely...Moyo is a very serious lady indeed. (Dominic Lawson The Times)
The sad saga of the recession gives legs to Dambisa Moyo's provocatively-entitled book, for it goes to the heart of the great economic issue of our times: how swiftly will power shift over this century? (Hamish McRae The Independent) --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Dambisa Moyo is the critically acclaimed author of Dead Aid: Why Aid Is Not Working and How There Is Another Way for Africa, and was chosen as one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World in 2009. She holds a PhD in Economics from Oxford University and a Masters from Harvard University Kennedy School of Government, and has worked at the World Bank and Goldman Sachs. She was born and raised in Lusaka, Zambia. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Moyo attacks anti GM campaigners, she's pro nuclear energy, she's ignorant about the certain dangers and she refers to "America's structural labour problems"- the workers... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Janet Lovell
I enjoyed reading this book. She is right in many ways but we are doomed anyway and nothing will change that.Published 7 months ago by Mr. S. A. Kalwij
I don't often post a review but I was moved to so by this book because potential buyers need to be warned - it is rubbish, possibly the worst economics book I have ever read. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mr. Jr Baker
Very interesting book by some one who knows so well her subject and easy to read even if it is a hard the issuePublished 12 months ago by dodo
This series of books were informative and well written. They are easy to read and understand, with the subject matter being covered in great depth.Published on 24 April 2013 by Mr. Graham L. Vine