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The “Boomerang: Travels in the New Third World” is an international economics book that examined the five Nations. Michael Lewis is the author of this best-selling book. Lewis has worked for The Spectator, the New York Times Magazines as a columnist for Bloomberg and a senior editor and campaign correspondent to The New Republic. Michael Lewis examined the five nations in this book.
They are Iceland, Greece, Ireland, Germany, and the US. In Iceland, Mr. Lewis found overconfidence in its society to be at fault. This was due to the mentality, of overconfidence, of a fisherman in that country that so permeated that nation’s psyche.In Greece, the problem was that society was unable to govern itself. In Ireland, the problem was newly found wealth. Ireland has historically been a poor nation but with so much wealth being made so quickly society just did not know how to deal with.
In Germany, the problem was that society was so used to follow the rules. Hence its investors got burned when they carried this assumption to the international market. In the US, the problem is that society wanted things without having to pay for them. All in all, Boomerang is an international economics book that examined the five Nations.
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- Name: Boomerang: Travels in the New Third World
- Author: Michael Lewis
- ISBN: 0393343448
- Language: English
- Genre: Economic History, International Economics, Business Travel Reference
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Page: 240
- Price: Free
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