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  • Published: 1 June 2010
  • ISBN: 9780753523056
  • Imprint: Virgin Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 416
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The Future of Money

Introduction by Vince Cable




An absorbing collection of reflections on the great crisis by precisely the people whose views you’d want to read' - Niall Ferguson

The state of the global economy affects every single one of us. With economic growth threatened by financial regulation and the East and West at competitive odds, the real solutions to global recession can only come through international co-operation. Featuring World leaders, Nobel Prize-winning economists, award-winning writers and opinion formers The Future of Money brings together the finest thinking to suggest solutions to this global predicament.

The Future of Money breaks free from old ideas to new provide new strategies for success by drawing on our real future strengths: collaboration and global co-operation.

Contributors include FW de Klerk, John Bruton, Martin Feldstein, Norman Lamont, Stephane Garelli, Linda Yueh, Will Hutton, Vaclav Klaus, Andrew Keen, Jim O'Neill, Edmund Phelps, David Blanchflower, Mike Moore, Jacques Attali, Hamish McRae, Nenad Pacek, Marvin Zonis, Mamphela Ramphele, Augusto Lopez-Claros, Fred Hu, Muhammad Yunus and Norbert Walter

  • Pub date: 1 June 2010
  • ISBN: 9780753523056
  • Imprint: Virgin Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 416

About the Author

Oliver Chittenden

Oliver Chittenden was born in 1976. He attended Wellesley House in Kent, and then Harrow School before studying Politics & Sociology at Bristol University. Through his work for The London Speaker Bureau, he has worked as an agent to many of the world's most inspiring leaders in Business, Politics and Sport for the past 10 years. In 2008 he published his first book, Inspire, which looked at the lives of some of the UK's most well known heroes. Oliver lives between London and Montelimar in Southern France.


Praise for The Future of Money

“This series of contributions by distinguished commentators clarifies the causes of the recent economic crisis, analyzes the current situation and sets guidelines for future action to overcome the challenges facing the global economy”

James Wolfensohn, former president of the World Bank (1995-2005)

“This is an ambitious project...fascinating 'dip-in' reading...the quality of contributors, including everyone from Lib Dem shadow chancellor Vince Cable to UK economist and ex-Monetary Policy Committee member David Blanchflower and Goldman Sachs chief economist Jim O'Neill, via the Work Foundation's Will Hutton, journalist Hamish McCrae, and Grameen Bank's Muhammad Yunus, that ensures plenty of fresh insights”

Richard Cree, Director


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