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https://www.facebook.com/groups/380398525366233/permalink/680776108661805/Published 12 months ago by Martin Bohle
A compelling start to an idea that I would have liked more depth on. Output and consumption are rendered useless if not diametrically opposed to the concept of betterness. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jessica
I really enjoyed reading this.
It was stimulating and eye opening and a must read for all economists and anyone interested in new-models of economics
Haque describes a future I want for my children. Betterness trumps business in every way, unless you're part of the 1%.Published 17 months ago by Jyri Paavilainen
I think Umair is one of the best thinkers on the planet today. His writing is clear and direct.
This could have been a longer work and I'd have lapped it. Read more
The book spends most of the time discussing that mere profits and GDP growth are not enough and that an economy that empowers humans should be the aspiration... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Marcos Polanco
It shows one potential way the world may direct itself to get out of the current instability. It may be considered as an hypothesis explaining many current phenomena, that are now... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Roberto Gejman Frank
We all know that money isn't everything . . . or do we? Mr. Haque suggests that because our economies are based solely on money, we (oftentimes unwittingly) sacrifice happiness... Read morePublished on April 1, 2013 by Amazon Customer