Jeffrey Sachs (Book Review)

I’ve been a quite a fan of Macroeconomist Jeffrey Sachs for quite some time since his work “Common Wealth” outlined a lot of agronomic, economic development strategies and measurement of happiness index suggestions for a crowded world. So happy to find another one of his books at Kyobo bookstores in Daejeon. I cried a lot of times with his depictions of harsh realities from his exposures and dealings with various governments from Africa, Bangladesh, Soviet Union and India.

The book optimistically described the development of UN’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which has progressed right now as Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Would like to break down important points of the book in the next series of features to simplify and help spread good ideas of his work. Contribute to awareness against the blindness caused by our generation’s  current economic illiteracy.

Let the future say of our generation that we sent forth might currents of hope, and that we worked together to heal the world.

Jeffrey Sachs

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