August 2009
Future Times;2009, Vol. 3, p13
The article reports on the future of global economy and business. It discusses topics on economy including a review made by R. Barbera, "The Cost of Capitalism: Understanding Market Mayhem and Establishing Our Economic Future, " managing climate change by N. Stern in his report, "A Blueprint for a Safer Planet: How to Manage Climate Change and Create a New Era of Progress and Prosperity, " in the 2009 issue of "Bodley Head" and Muslim economy in C. Powers report in the "Time NZ, " May 25, 2009 issue.


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