What history’s greatest moments of political turmoil tell us about today’s extraordinary politics.
The good news: all of this has happened before, and can be explained.
The bad news: last time, it didn’t end well.New from Profile (UK).
Wealth Secrets of the 1%
A satire on the art and economic science of getting marvelously, obscenely rich.
LEFT: UK Edition (2016); RIGHT: US Edition (2016).
A subtle, between-the-lines indictment of capitalism as it is mostly practiced these days … Eye-opening and sure to make libertarian heads explode.Kirkus Reviews
Country and Political Risk (Series)
Discover the latest thinking on managing geopolitical and macroeconomic risks for the banking, insurance and asset management sectors.
LEFT: 1st Edition (2004); RIGHT: 2nd Edition (2014).
A collection of essays by an impressive mix of mostly country risk practitioners…All together these essays make very useful and accessible contributions to the complex topic of country risk which is only becoming more difficult to manage with the rise of geo-political risks.Mina Toksöz
Kimchi Matters (Series)
Take a crash course in country analysis from a business school professor and three leading practitioners.
LEFT: Original Edition (2003); RIGHT: Updated Edition (2014).