Coote, Jennifer
January 2005
Future Times;2005, Vol. 1, p11
Introduces various articles and publications offering perspectives on the future of economics, business and other sectors released as of January 1, 2005. "The Lugano Report: On Preserving Capitalism in the 21st Century," by S. George; "A Survey of the World Economy"; "Neoeconomy: George Bush's Revolutionary Gamble With America's Future, Bank," by D. Altman.


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