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My library Help Advanced Book Search. In Head to Head, one of America’s most influential economists provides his dynamic assessment of the emerging economic landscape: Brad rated it it was ok Oct 25, The ability to cooperate effectively with your direct adversary will be a requisite for survival.
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Education is the most potent weapon of the new warfare. After taking another look at this ancient book in it appears that most of thurows predictions have so far failed in that Europe is a mess and nowhere near integration but the other way around unraveling and the venture capitalists have become the merchant bankers that he said they could not be.
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Open Preview See a Problem? There are seven key industries vital to the maintenance of a high standard of living. Robert rated it liked it Apr 19, Two points for some interesting ob After taking another look at this ancient book in it appears that most of thurows predictions have so far failed in that Europe is a mess and nowhere near integration but the other way around unraveling and the venture capitalists have become the merchant bankers that he said they could not be.
Thurow closes with a comprehensive agenda designed to renew America’s capacity to survive and thrive in the brave new commercial world now in prospect.
Fernando Garcia rated it liked it Dec 02, How can Americans learn to become team players in new and unfamiliar ways? Leste Favors the Bold: Jul 30, Erika rated it really liked it Jead Some books just age horribly. Starting with the fall of communism, influential economist and former dean of MIT’s Sloan School of Management Lester Thurow deftly explores how head-to-head competition — not military might — among Japan, the United States, and the newly united European countries would produce the next world leader.
He received his B. Barb rated it liked it Sep 07, Thurow discusses the futures of the three major players in the battle for economic supremacy in the 21st century. A perceptive interpretive appraisal of the coming trilateral struggle for world dominion.
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Head to Head: The Coming Economic Battle Among Japan, Europe & America
What we must do to build a new and lasting global prosperity Be the first to discover new talent! Cihat rated it it was ok Feb 06, Peter Grouev rated it really liked it Aug 21, Chris rated it it was ok May 08, How can we maintain competitiveness in those industries over the coming decade and beyond?
Savings, investment, and education will determine who builds the next world-class Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Gian Luca rated it really liked it Dec 14, Federico rated it liked it Jul 05, Roger Wood rated it liked it Sep 19, He was previously an economics columnist for and on the editorial board of the New York Times, and was a contributing editor to Newsweek.
Sundeep Kumar rated it it was ok Sep 20, Thurow was born in Livingston, Montana. A thoughtful, thoroughgoing analysis of a consequential conflict among economic superpowers, worthy of a wide readership.
Head to Head: The Coming Economic Battle Among Japan, Europe & America by Lester Carl Thurow
In a world no longer governed by two military superpowers, the stage was set for a dramatic shoot-out among the world’s most powerful national economies. Books by Lester Carl Thurow.