Paradoxes of Prosperity: Why the New Capitalism Benefits All

Diane Coyle

Diane Coyle brings us insight about why the New Economy with its prospect of improved productivity, faster growth, greater riches and full employment is causing an anti-globalization and anti-capitalism revolution. Harvard-educated, Coyle argues that the New Economy is brought about by the spread of capital markets, technological innovation, scientific breakthroughs in genomics and bioinformatics. These changes are resulting in a more prosperous, safe and healthy world population but the revolutionaries refuse to accept this fact.

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