Book Appraisal Paper: The Age of Supply: Overcoming The Greatest Challenge To The Global Economy by Daniel Alpert
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Length: 8 pages (2200 Words)
The Age of Oversupply by Daniel Alpert tries to explain the reasons for the breaking down of the Western capitalism and some of the techniques the United States could adopt to recover its status as the global economic leader. Most of the governments and central banks in the developed nations have tried using every possible economic tool to fight oversupply yet their economies remain worse or sluggish. The book attempts to explain the emergence of the longest economic downturn in recent history(Alpert 10). Throughout the book, the author attempts to explain how people are living in an era of oversupply in terms of commodity and services.
Alpert, Daniel. The Age of Oversupply: Overcoming the Greatest Challenge to the Global Economy. New York: Penguin Publishing Group, 2013. Print.
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