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Thought Economics: Conversations with the Remarkable People Shaping Our Century by Vikas Shah

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Since 2007, entrepreneur and philanthropist Vikas Shah has been on a mission to interview the people shaping our century. Including conversations with Nobel prizewinners, business leaders, politicians, artists and Olympians, he has been in the privileged position of questioning the minds that matter on the big issues that concern us all. We often talk of war and conflict, the economy, culture, technology and revolutions as if they are something other than us. But all these things are a product of us – of our ideas, our dreams and our fears. We live in fast-moving and extraordinary times, and the changes we’re experiencing now, in these first decades of the twenty-first century, feel particularly poignant as decisions are made that will inform our existence for years to come. What started out as a personal interest in the mechanisms that inform our views of the world, and a passion for understanding, has grown into a phenomenal compilation of once-in-a-lifetime conversations. In this incredible collection, Shah shares some of his most emotive and insightful interviews to date.


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Goodreads rating: 3.68

Condition: Used - very good

Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 288 pages

Dimensions: 134 x 216 x 28mm, 405g

Publication date: 4 Feb 2021

Publisher: Michael O'Mara 

ISBN-13: 9781789292459