The state of the global economy affects every single one of us. With economic growth threatened by financial regulation and the East and West at competitive odds, the real solutions to global recession can only come through international co-operation. Featuring World leaders, Nobel Prize-winning economists, award-winning writers and opinion formers "The Future of Money" brings together the finest thinking to suggest solutions to this global predicament.
"The Future of Money" breaks free from old ideas to new provide new strategies for success by drawing on our real future strengths: collaboration and global co-operation.
Contributors include FW de Klerk, John Bruton, Martin Feldstein, Norman Lamont, Stephane Garelli, Linda Yueh, Will Hutton, Vaclav Klaus, Andrew Keen, Jim O'Neill, Edmund Phelps, David Blanchflower, Mike Moore, Jacques Attali, Hamish McRae, Nenad Pacek, Marvin Zonis, Mamphela Ramphele, Augusto Lopez-Claros, Fred Hu, Muhammad Yunus and Norbert Walter.
"The Future of Money" may not appeal to those looking for accusations and recriminations, but makes the perfect companion for those seeking reflection and inspiration."
Ratidzo Starkey - Economist, Lloyds Banking Group
Oliver Chittenden (editor)
Oliver Chittenden - Through his work for The London Speaker Bureau, Oliver Chittenden has been employed as an agent to many of the world's most inspiring individuals for the past 10 years. He has also developed and managed the development of The London Speaker Bureau in both Belgium and France.
Vince Cable (introduction)
John Vincent Cable, known as Vince Cable (1943) is a British politician. He has been Member of Parliament for Twickenham since 1997 and was the Liberal Democrats’ main economic spokesperson from 2003 until 12 May 2010, when Cable was appointed Business Secretary in the cabinet of the Conservative-Liberal Democrat Coalition government. Cable was elected as Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats in the House of Commons in March 2006 and following Sir Menzies Campbell's resignation was acting leader for two months from 15 October 2007, until the election of Nick Clegg. He resigned from his position as Deputy Leader on 26 May 2010. Cable has had a high profile since the global financial crisis of 2007-10010 and has written several books on economics and trade.