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Surviving the Economic Crisis : Current and Future Trends

By Mark W Medley

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Reproduction Date: 2008
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Title: Surviving the Economic Crisis : Current and Future Trends  
Author: Mark W Medley
Volume: 1
Language: English
Subject: Non-Fiction, Education, Economics
Collections: Economics, Economy, Authors Community, Commerce, Finance, Sociology, Social Sciences, Literature, Most Popular Books in China, Favorites in India, Education, Science
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Publisher: The Asian European University Press
Member Page: MarkMedley


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The primary objective of writing this initial volume “Surviving an Economic Crisis” was to input new ideas about the reasons behind the current economic crisis, and look into the future past the question-Why this crisis happened? Focusing on a sustainable green-tech, and a people focused economy- something that has yet to materialize I have published a recently updated copy of this book at:, and I hope you enjoyed the book.


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