Remaking the Wealth of the Nations

by Md Shamsul A. Chowdhury



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/22/2018

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 260
ISBN : 9781984536273
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 260
ISBN : 9781984536280
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 260
ISBN : 9781984536297

About the Book

This book has found out the reasons as to why the "wealth of nations" differ from each other? Why the GDP per capita of Canada, and the U.S. were $43,248.5 and $56,115.7 respectively in 2015, whereas Mexico was languishing at $9,005, despite sharing common borders? Why is the per capita of Malawi not identical to Luxembourg or USA? Why the mountains of macro and micro economic studies failed to grow the economy up to expectation? Have the theories of capitalism and communism dissipated into thin air? Should the world think about an alternative option or formula for a better economy?

"Remaking the Wealth of the Nations" has carried out extensive research on different economies, economic theories, ideas, and found out the common causes of economic successes and failures of the economies. Finally, this book has given out appropriate solution through clearly defining and explaining a new formula of "Artificial Productivity" to help the economists, leaders, and policy makers to remake the economies.

About the Author

Md Shamsul Alam Chowdhury is an MBA from The George Washington University, Washington DC, USA. Mr. Chowdhury obtained his bachelor's degree from Chittagong University, Higher Diploma in Arabic from Dhaka University, and master's degree from National University of Bangladesh. He is an expert on economic development, social entrepreneurship, global security, and foreign policy issues. He has proven leadership ability to monitor and manage political complexity of humanitarian emergencies under the United Nations and has performed the highest level of role of administration and security of the office of a Head of the Government.

Excellent qualifications in strategic planning, organizational development, utilization of intelligence, team building, and project implementation are other key strengths of his careers with over 22 years of active Military service. He has served in Bangladesh, Bosnia, Croatia, Liberia, and the United States of America. Mr. Chowdhury is a philanthropist and spends 10% of his income for the education of the children of underprivileged families. Apart from many articles, Mr. Chowdhury is the author of "The Dream of My Life", which was published by Page Publication, New York in 2017. It was a knowledge-based fiction to promote peace and humanity in the world. Remaking the Wealth of the Nations is his 2nd book with modern concepts and theories to help develop the economy of the nations.