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About the Author: Dambisa Moyo

Dr. Dambisa Moyo is an international economist who writes on the macroeconomy and global affairs.She is the author of the New York Times Bestsellers "Dead Aid: Why Aid Is Not Working and How There Is a Better Way for Africa", "How The West Was Lost: Fifty Years of Economic Folly And the Stark Choices Ahead" and "Winner Take All: China s Race for Resources and What It Means for the World".Ms. Moyo

10 thoughts on “How the West Was Lost

  1. says:

    Reading this book was a little like having a dinner party and listening to a know-it-all who can tell you a million reasons why the world is going to shit in a hand basket and, worse, a million different remedies. Many of those remedies are so drastic that a few of the guests choke on their steak when they are mentioned. Others sound so outlandish (America defaulting on its debt to "press r

  2. says:

    What a great summary of the prevailing issues that America’s economy is facing and how it got there. This is more than a academic book, it touches on real life facts and problems with education, war, debt, and housing to name a few.

    You will learn a lot from this book and it is all supported by referenced material. It helped me to understand a century worth of US economic policy along

  3. says:

    My old economics professor's favorite phrase: "There is no free lunch." It has been quite a while since I have read a book on economics, so I was particularly drawn to this one. It would be interesting to see an update as it has been a few years since its research and publication. I probably liked the book, because the author shares my own view, that one of the reasons BRIC(Brazil, Russia, India and China) i

  4. says:

    A must read for any socially aware citizen...
    Moyo presents a clear picture of how the west, USA specifically, lost their economic superiority to the emerging "rest" through systematically implementing myopic economic policies over the last three decades.
    From the tech boom in Asia of the early 80's to the 21st century housing bubble bursting in the 2008 economic crash, Moyo gives a succinct, if bleak, acco

  5. says:

    This book started strong. Moyo's description of the West's mis-allocation of labor and capital were awesome and eye-opening.

    But at times the book seemed to descend into doomsday predictions (hence, the title), calls for a stronger centralized state, and lists upon lists of stats that I could pull off the Internet myself. That said, her concerns about America's economic position were intimidating and not without b

  6. says:

    Great explanations about the financial crisis and the US-construction policies. Explains how allocation of capital is either beneficial on the long-term or not. In addtion, it explains the general differences between the econo-political systems in China, USA, Russia, Europe and the rest of the world. A bit black-white with China and the general evaluations of the future.

  7. says:

    It was a bit of jarring ride reading this book, it flipped a lot of the half formed notions I had about the world and helped me understand a bit more about the global economy.

    Firstly when she pointed out the weaknesses of the Western Bloc and how they've shifted significantly from their far more economically sound actions in the sixties, I failed to fault her reasoning. Among the ills in the Western Blocs's policies, she lists; th

  8. says:

    Too big to fail? I am totally with Moyo that the Debt to GDP ratio is an important one that everyone should know about and understand. Not long after the book was published this ratio hit 100% for the US. That the US culture is a dangerous model - consumption based on debt accumulation is also not in dispute. For laying out some of these concepts reasonably well I would give the book 3 stars.

    However, I have to add that this book almost end

  9. says:

    How the West Was Lost, Fifty Years of Economic Folly – And the Stark Choices Ahead; Dambisa Moyo

    “once an idea is out it can be used and improved upon by anyone, anywhere, an idea has a marginal cost of zero”

    This quote is referring to the spinoffs from the magnificent technology that enabled the Apollo moon landing in July 1969. I was a vagabond watching it on a storefront TV in Athens, Greece, along with a small crowd who didn’t

  10. says:

    When I picked up this book, I did not check when it was written. I feel like the book was largely influenced by the 2008 economic collapse. There is also the fact that the West is essentially the US of A while the Rest is China. Maybe the author intentionally used the two as examples to illustrate her point, but she does not explicitly say so. I am no economist, so I was really enlightened by the numbers showing the economic state and history of the two nations. And I t

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