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Winner Take All: China's Race For Resources and What It Means For Us [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Dambisa Moyo

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7. Februar 2013
Our planet's resources are running out. The media bombards us with constant warnings of impending shortages of fossil fuels, minerals, arable land, and water and the political Armageddon that will result as insatiable global demand far outstrips supply. But how true is this picture?In Winner Take All, Dambisa Moyo cuts through the misconceptions and noise surrounding resource scarcity with a penetrating analysis of what really is at stake. China, Moyo reveals, has embarked on one of the greatest commodity rushes in history. Tracing its breathtaking quest for resources - from Africa to Latin America, North America to Europe - she examines the impact it is having on us all, and its profound implications for our future.

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If Moyo's calculations are correct, we are in big trouble - which makes the central premise of her book all the more arresting...It's not hard to see why Moyo is such a hit as a public intellectual (Decca Aitkenhead Guardian)

Written to clarify important global questions, this book deserves a wide audience (Kirkus Reviews)

With Winner Take All, Dambisa Moyo offers a timely and provocative answer to two crucial questions: How are China's leaders rushing to meet their country's exploding demand for energy, and what does this mean for the rest of us? It's a recipe for conflict-and at a crucial moment for the future of the global economy (Ian Bremmer, president of Eurasia Group and author of 'The End of the Free Market')

For anyone longing to make sense of tectonic, eco-political shifts occurring in the commodities market, Winner Takes All is a fascinating and important book. By focusing her razor-sharp mind on China's central role in the new commodities rush, Moyo sheds light on and makes sense of a profound and dramatic moment in our history. Her book is a must-read (Peter Munk, Chairman and Founder, Barrick Gold Corporation)

[Praise for How The West Was Lost] Moyo is a very serious lady indeed (Dominic Lawson The Times)

Moyo's diagnosis of the recent disasters in financial markets is succinct and sophisticated...I applaud her brave alarum (Paul Collier The Observer)

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Dambisa Moyo is the critically acclaimed author of How The West Was Lost and Dead Aid. She was chosen as one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World in 2009. She holds a PhD in Economics from Oxford University and a Masters from Harvard University Kennedy School of Government, and has worked at the World Bank and Goldman Sachs. She was born and raised in Lusaka, Zambia.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Global Economics 101 25. Oktober 2012
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Dr. Dambisa Moyo describes the global impact of China's dominance with such detail that it's difficult to factually challenge some of her arguments. This book's title may tempt one to brush it off as one of a myriad of research papers written on China, specifically the doom associated with its global dominance. However, it is worth noting that Dr. Moyo touches on some of the challenges that have a global focus currently, such as food security, pollution etc; most of which have emanated from actions from well known super powers. An excellent read.
4.0 von 5 Sternen Dambisa Moyo's Winner Take All: China Plays the Very Long Game on Commodities 30. September 2012
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When I first picked up Moyo's Winner Take All, I wasn't sure just what I was getting in to. I was familiar with the Zambian economist's work from her controversial 2009 book Dead Aid, which made the case against the "humanitarian" approach to foreign aid taken by Western NGOs and governments, which combines the dependency created by continual handouts with moral hand-wringing, and has caught many African nations in a cycle of dependency. While I have not read her earlier work, I recalled reading an interview with her in Reason magazine several years ago where she was asked about what she would like to see foreign countries do for African development. Her answer? Invest. Moyo especially singled out China's forays into Africa as an example of the kind of investment she'd like to see- an exchange of natural resources for infrastructure development.

Thus I was surprised when I saw the sensational tone of her new book and it's copy. Winner Take All? The ominous red cover, combined with the title and subtitle ("China's Race for Resources and What It Means For US") made me expect this to be the latest in the emerging genre of anti-China polemics, which seemed to contradict what Moyo said in the Reason interview three years earlier. Did further research lead to a change of heart?

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