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Paradoxes of Prosperity: Why the New Capitalism Benefits All
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Paradoxes of Prosperity: Why the New Capitalism Benefits All (Paperback)

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Diane Coyle brings us a book about why the New Economy with its prospect of improved productivity, faster growth, greater riches and full employment is causing an anti-globalization and anti-capitalism revolution. Political consequences of a new technological framework will undermine certain power elites just as the Industrial Revolution undermined the landed aristocracy. Furthermore, and paradoxically, it was the 1990s boom and affluence that led to people's anxiety and insecurity and propelled them to protest. For the first time in nearly 40 years, young people were taking to the streets in mass anti-globalization riots. Local people were stopping projects led by multinationals.

BusinessEconomicsEconomic systems & structures Publisher: Cengage Learning, Inc Publication Date: 12/09/2002 ISBN-13: 9781587991455  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Prior to devoting herself to writing on a freelance basis and consulting and developing an economics website through her own company - Enlightenment Economics, Diane Coyle was Economics Editor of The Independent in London, where she continues to write a column. She worked at The Independent for 8 years and in 2000 was the winner of the prestigious Wincott Award for Senior Financial Journalist. She has a Ph.D. from Harvard and spent a year at the Treasury. She is also currently Visiting Research Fellow at the London School of Economics' Centre for Economic Performance. She has written two other books - The Weightless World and Governing the World Economy, and is currently writing a new book (to be published by TEXERE in 2002) which will bring the relevance of economics to a wide audience. She lives in London.

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