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  • The Wealthy Worldby John C. Edmunds

    Wiley 2001; US$ 37.95

    World wealth creation exceeded $2 trillion per month in 1999. The potential for world wealth might be as high as $500 trillion or $83,333 for each person on Earth. This rapid and increasing accumulation has the capacity to touch every aspect of economic development and exchange. The Wealthy World explains the reasons for this increase and its implications... more...

  • Brave New Wealthy Worldby John C. Edmunds

    Pearson Education 2003; US$ 19.96

    This book gives an optimistic and disturbing view of the outlook for economic well-being in the world. It argues that a new economic mechanism is at work that is making people everywhere better off. It also argues that improvements in living standards will reach the people who are now the poorest, even if they are living in remote areas. The new economic... more...

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