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The Growth Map: Economic Opportunity in the BRICs and Beyond (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 8. Dezember 2011

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“When Jim O’Neill first coined ‘BRIC’ he redefined how investors and Western business leaders see the world. Economic students, policymakers, diplomats, investors, and business leaders should all read this book—not least because the rise of the BRICs is already turning so many Western assumptions upside down and will reshape the globe for decades to come.”



“A brilliant and insightful analysis of the dynamic forces that are changing our world and the lives of millions of people. Jim O’Neill has done more than anyone to illuminate the growth of the developing world and the shifting landscape of the global economy.”


“This book should be compulsory reading for all those interested in the world economy.”


“Jim O’Neill challenges the lazy consensus and convinces us that the great swing to the East should be welcomed rather than resented by an anxious West. There’s no empty optimism here; just measured, reasoned grounds for hope.”



“If you want to learn how emerging markets are going to develop in the coming years, you don’t have to wait for some future historian; just read this wonderful book by Jim O’Neill!”


“Jim O’Neill’s theory about the BRICs has become a reality. His new book makes it clear that growth markets will grow to the benefit of all whatever the skeptics think.”


“In four letters, Jim O’Neill identified one of the most consequential themes of the twenty-first century. Jim has changed how the world thinks about economic growth—and how the BRICs think about themselves.”


Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Jim O'Neill is the chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management. Before that he was the firm's head of Global Economics, Commodities and Strategy Research. He created the "BRIC" term in 2001. He is the chairman of the charity SHINE. He lives in London.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Keeping up with Global Economy 21. Juni 2012
Von Vitor VMS - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The book is well written (easy and dynamic) and tells in details the history of BRICs - since Goldman Sachs/Jim O'Neill study in 2001 until its review in 2011. It also explains the methodology used to preview the growth of emerging markets, and at the same time it explains some concepts and principles of international economy. Jim O'Neill also offers an analysis for Global Economy Management and the New World Order, emphasizing the importance of G-20. The author leaves it clear that the group of BRICs should now be classified as GROWTH markets and there are a new group of eleven countries which promises contribute in global economy in the upcoming years....Strongly recommended to keep up with the dynamic of Global Economy.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Favorite textbook thus far 14. Juni 2013
Von Erin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is one of my favorite textbooks I've ever had to read for class. Jim O'Neill is a stellar writer, and every chapter was engaging. If you're even remotely interested in the BRICs, this is the book to read, especially since the concept was his initially. I normally don't get very excited about textbooks, but I loved reading this one. It wasn't at all boring, surprisingly. It helps that he is such an excellent writer, and that he doesn't go too high-brow on the vocabulary.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Interesting but lacking 3. September 2013
Von Kasper W - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is an interesting book to read, which gives a good overview, but unfortunately it lacks the detail that one might expect from Jim O'Neill. This might be due to the attempt to cover so many countries in such a short book. Still, I would have expected it to be more data driven and more detailed in its analysis. Good to read if you want a quick overview, otherwise go for individual research pieces at country level or more focused books.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Road Map to a New World Order 12. Dezember 2011
Von Serge J. Van Steenkiste - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Jim O'Neill first reminds his audience how he selected the original four developing economies which are widely known under the acronym BRIC, i.e., Brazil, Russia, India, and China. In the Chapter "BRIC by BRIC," Mr. O'Neill gives a nice summary of the key milestones that each of the four economies has achieved since he coined the acronym in 2001. To his credit, the author usually does not hesitate to deal with the shortcomings which still afflict each of these economies, despite their numerous achievements. In the coming decades, the BRICs are expected to continue to make waves in the cultural, economic, financial, and socio-political spheres due to their (favorable) demographics and increased productivity. More interestingly, Mr. O'Neill articulates clearly how and why he identifies economies such as Indonesia, South Korea, Mexico, and Turkey among the N-11, i.e., the "Next Eleven" countries. These countries represent the next waves on which multinationals and investors should also ride for their benefit. Mr. O'Neill invites the developed nations, most of which are struggling, to seize the opportunity that the current global credit crisis offers them, not only to reform themselves for the better, but also to further increase their exports to the BRICs and N-11. Mr. O'Neill repeatedly draws the attention of his audience to the fact that the Germans have been very good at seizing the opportunities that the deepening globalization offers them. The author's graph about German exports since 2007 is illuminating on this subject. Due to this evolving landscape, Mr. O'Neill calls for the reformation of international institutions such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the G20, or the United Nations to reflect the changing pecking order of the most powerful nations on earth. Furthermore, Mr. O'Neill pleads for the further liberalization of financial markets around the world to further facilitate trade and to give investors, savers more choices. The author will probably run into some walls on this subject. The North Atlantic credit crisis, as some people outside the West call the ongoing global credit crisis, will not be forgotten anytime soon. Mr. O'Neill is at his weakest when he deals with the plight of the "losers" that international trade generates, especially during the most challenging times of rapid adjustments. In summary, Mr. O'Neill gives his audience a well-articulated road map to capitalize on the opportunities that the evolving global economy offers to whoever is flexible enough to change with the circumstances of the day.
4.0 von 5 Sternen Great Read 21. August 2014
Von Oscar Nafarrate - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Great macroeconomic view about how the world is growing, I would like more about inequalities and its consequences inside BRICs and N11s
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