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China's Megatrends

The 8 Pillars of a New Society

Doris Naisbitt, John Naisbitt

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"[John Naisbitt's] vision of the world's economy has the mark of genius.” —Minneapolis Star Tribune

Internationally-renowned futurist and bestselling author John Naisbitt is back with China's Megatrends, the most comprehensive look at the present and future of China and the transformation that is reshaping its economic, political, and social systems. Since publishing the enormously popular Megatrends—a New York Times bestseller for two years that has been published in 57 countries—John Naisbitt has become the most respected and well-known prognosticator of global trends. To write China's Megatrends, Naisbitt and wife Doris were granted unprecedented access by the Chinese government to all aspects of the country and its social model. Using the same techniques of information gathering and analysis as Megatrends, the Naisbitts present a prescient and unique perspective on the emergent global power and its role in the future of globalization.

John Naisbitt has been studying and visiting China for forty-two years, first in 1967, with more than one hundred visits since. A former professor at Nanjing University, he is currently a professor at both Nankai University and Tianjin University of Finance and Economics.

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Seitenzahl 272 (Printausgabe)
Erscheinungsdatum 05.01.2010
Sprache Englisch
EAN 9780061963445
Verlag HarperCollins
Dateigröße 397 KB

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