In this book for nonspecialists, author Michael Lindemann applies a practical macroeconomics approach to several largely ignored issues in need of reevaluation in light of the enormous changes that have taken place during the past thirty years.
After authoring the eye-opening book Why Obsolete Macro Governance Is Killing the World Economy, Lindemann saw the need to focus on the specific strategies analysts and policymakers should employ to address the following three concerns:
- Underemployment data needs to play a major part in all measures to reduce unemployment
- Fundamental socioeconomic structural reforms need to be implemented in practically all developed nations
Lindemann proposes pragmatic solutions based on his thirty years of experience working in management and other positions in large international companies and as an entrepreneur in seven countries on three continents. His experiences have enhanced his ability to understand the changing macroeconomic environment, leading him to consider whether private business procedures could be increasingly applied to macroeconomic planning and analysis for improved growth outcomes.
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About the Author
Michael Lindemann is a graduate of HEC, France's top business school, and holds an MBA from the University of Oregon. He speaks five languages, and he has extensive top management corporate international business experience, working in seven countries on three continents, and has dedicated the second part of his business career as both an international operative consultant to top management and an entrepreneur. He has posted more than 1,700 articles on his blog, http://www.macrovolatility.com/, and authored Why Obsolete Macro Governance Is Killing the World Economy.
Feeling the need to focus more on what specific, practical macroeconomic activities need to be implemented to help today's economies turn around after the "Great Crisis" of 2008-2010, he wrote his second book, Growth through Structural Reforms.