The Great Reset named as finalist of the National Business Book Award. The finalists for this year’s National Business Book Awards were announced by co-sponsors PwC and BMO Financial Group. The award is presented to the author of an outstanding Canadian business-related book published in 2010.
Richard Florida’s, The Great Reset, makes the top business books list of 2010. Florida’s flood of data forms a nice mosaic of snapshots as he explains how the Industrial Revolution and the Great Depression morphed the largely rural, agrarian economy and population of the United States into an urban manufacturing powerhouse.
Richard Florida, author of The Rise of the Creative Class, takes a broad look at the current economic crisis in his latest book. Florida starts The Great Reset: How New Ways of Living and Working Drive Post-Crash Prosperity by examining past economic crises, and how the country emerged stronger from them.
Academic and best-selling author, Richard Florida, has long been documenting how creativity is revolutionizing the global economy. His new book, The Great Reset, says our post-crash prosperity depends on it all the more. One of the critical things for Ireland will be developing strategies and approaches that continue to harness the creativity and innovation of the entire workforce.
In his new book, The Great Reset: how new ways of living drive post-crash prosperity, Florida goes beyond economics in his analysis of the affects of global financial crisis. His work is built around the theory of ‘spatial fix’ advanced by neo-Marxist geographer David Harvey in mid-1970s, to describe how capitalism resolves inner crises through geo-graphical restructuring.
“The Great Reset” is the title of sociologist and economic development guru Richard Florida’s latest opus, a sobering look at how the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression may change how we live, work and travel for decades to come.