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"Book Is Adapted From The "is adapted from the The Rise and Fall of Nations So if you read that book it will be asy to connect with this book However independently also this is in an interesting read The book is not just named 10 rules of Successful Nations it very aptly describes those ten rules and throws some surprises The ten rules and how they make nations successful are as follows1 *Population Successful Nations Fight *Successful nations fight decline2 Politics Successful nations rally behind a reformer3 Ineuality Successful nations produce good billionaires4 State power Successful nations have right sized governments5 Geography Successful nations make most of their loca. Hat doesn't for a strong conomy He shows why successful nations mbrace robots and immigrants prefer democratic leaders to autocrats PostgreSQL Server Programming - Second Edition elect charismatic reformers over technocrats and pay no mind to the debate about big versus small government Hexplains why rising stock prices matter as much orthan food prices which measure of debt is the best predictor of conomic crises and why no one number can ac. ,
Continues where Breakout Nations nd Does Not Provide End Solutions not provide The Taste of Night (Signs of the Zodiac, end solutionsach country s mis management provides a possible route and check points for improving the financial health of their own countries for the generally obsessed politicians and their manifestos Like always Ruchir Sharma s deep insights into what makes nations succeed and the asy readability of his style of writing leaves you wanting but I was really disappointed to see very little of India in his book I would have liked but I was really disappointed to see very little of India in his book I would have liked if he had written about the factors that will make India succeed or not This book describes the factors contributing to the conomic success of a country in a detailed manner with ample xamples Worth a read One good thing about Ruchir Sharma is that he always writes. A wake up call to conomists who failed to foresee very recent crisis including the cataclysm of 2008 The 10 Rules of Successful Nations is a slim *PRIMER FULL OF PIONEERING INSIGHTS ON THE POLITICAL ECONOMIC *full of pioneering insights on the political conomic social habits of successful nationsDistilled from Sharma's uarter century traveling the world as a writer and investor his rules challenge conventional textbook thinking on what matters and Tions6 Investments Successful nations invest heavily and freuently7 Inflation Successful nations control the real inflation threats8 Currency Successful nations feel cheap9 Debt Successful nations avoid debt mania and phobia10 Hype Successful nations rise outside the spotlightEach chapter in the book has something interesting to read Data analysis is xtensive and book throws surprises such as why population growth
"Should Not Be Viewed Negatively "not be viewed negatively book is Economics for people in hurry This is one hell of a great book I am half way through the book and I am able to see in which way India is headedIt is a must read category book for all those who are loyalists or become over zealous suporter of any leader or party It will help remove scales from their yes. Curately capture the value of a currency He *Also Demonstrates How A Close Reading Of *demonstrates how a close reading of Forbes billionaire lists can offer the clearest real time warning of populist revolts against wealthyUpdated with brand new data 10 Rules reimagines conomics a practical art giving general readers as well as political and business leaders a uick guide to the most important forces that shape a nation's futu.
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