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Baroque Tomorrow: Why Inequality Triumphs and Progress Fails?

Jack Michalowski

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Hardcover. 360 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 6.2in. x 1.2in.BAROQUE TOMORROW, written by energy and finance expert Jack Michalowski, questions why information technology advances have failed to deliver post-industrial nations from rising unemployment, poverty and inequality, longer working hours and declining pay. Comprehensive and topical, this volume looks through todays issues at cycles of our history over the last few hundred years to search for answers to the key question of the day: why are post-industrial societies declining and why pace of progress is slowing. Discover why technology falls short and why even the worlds leading economies are still struggling in this fast-paced book that reads like a thriller. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781479753659

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Title: Baroque Tomorrow: Why Inequality Triumphs ...

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

Binding: Hardcover

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BAROQUE TOMORROW, written by energy and finance expert Jack Michalowski, questions why information technology advances have failed to deliver post-industrial nations from rising unemployment, poverty and inequality, longer working hours and declining pay. Comprehensive and topical, this volume looks through today’s issues at cycles of our history over the last few hundred years to search for answers to the key question of the day: why are post-industrial societies declining and why pace of progress is slowing. Discover why technology falls short and why even the world’s leading economies are still struggling in this fast-paced book that reads like a thriller.

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Born in Cracow, Poland, Jack Michalowski has lived in many places: Belgium, Canada, Hong Kong and Singapore and most recently in Bahrain in the Middle East. Originally trained as architect, he has worked for over twenty years in both energy and finance industries in senior executive positions. He currently works as managing director of a Dubai-based infrastructure fund sponsored by a subsidiary of the World Bank. Widely traveled, he speaks seven languages.

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