The Dialectic of Economic Development: How the Logic of Self-Interest Impedes Progress
This book is a refreshing perspective on the barriers to economic development in third world countries. The author, David Tataw, PhD, MMIS, MPA, FACHE takes self-interest as one of the biggest obstacles and discusses what can be done to overcome it. The first step is understanding that this obstacle exists; that we are all part of the problem. The author does not point fingers or assign blame for this situation but instead offers insightful solutions on how we might work together to create a better future for everyone involved.
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John T. Manga holds a Master’s Degree in Economics from the University of Paris VIII, France. For several years, he held various management positions in the banking sector in Cameroon. He worked briefly as a senior software implementation consultant for Oracle Corporation. Other books by him include Cameroon: Aspects of a Democracy, and A Bilingual Glossary of Commerce, Banking and Finance. He now resides in the US.
WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT FROM THIS BOOK?
The Dialectic of Economic Development is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand the obstacles that stand in the way of progress. It’s an insightful and thought-provoking look at how self-interest can be used as a tool to improve our world. The Author offers solutions on how we might work together to create a better future for everyone involved.
WHAT KEEPS ME FLIPPING?
This book will help you understand how economic development works in third world countries and give insight into what can be done to improve conditions around the globe. It’s time to stop pointing fingers at those who have more than us and start working together towards a brighter future! Grab a copy now!