'Anatole Kaletsky is a brilliant economist and a gifted writer, a combination as valuable as it is unusual. Capitalism 4.0 will add greatly to our understanding of the future of global finance' George Soros 'Anatole Kaletsky is one of the handful of heavyweight UK commentators who set the tone of public discourse on economic policy. His book goes well beyond typical comment to give an insightful analysis of the recent financial crash in a broad historical context. There are lots of books giving a blow-by-blow account of what happened in the market or who was to blame for the mess. This book is not of that genre. It has a clear, powerful thesis that capitalism will survive and flourish as it did in the wake of the three previous systemic crises of the last two centuries. Capitalism 4.0 tackles a big ambitious theme in a way that will not disappoint' Vince CableVom Verlag:
'The global financial crisis of 2007 to 2009 ruined businesses and banks, individuals and even nations, and seemed to land a mortal blow to the capitalist system. But capitalism has not been destroyed, rather it has been irrevocably altered: the forces that precipitated the crisis are now contributing to the evolution of a new, stronger version of the capitalist model. Tracing the development of capitalism from the late eighteenth century through three distinct historical phases, Kaletsky shows how at each of these transitions the existing economic order appeared to be fatally threatened, only for capitalism to reinvent itself and emerge stronger than before. The turning point for our most recent age of capitalism came on 15 September 2008 when Lehman Brothers collapsed, setting off market chaos which, had it not been for government bailouts and guarantees, would have toppled every bank in the Western world, an incident which set off the fourth major systemic transformation in capitalism's history' - "Capitalism 4.0". Understanding Capitalism 4.0 will be critical to the continued recovery of our global economies. In this controversial and wide-ranging book, Anatole Kaletsky, one of the world's foremost economic commentator, puts recent financial events into historical and ideological perspective. He describes the emerging features of this new capitalist model, explains how it differs from the previous versions - and how it will change politics, finance, international relations and economic thinking in the next decade.
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