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Book "The Great Degeneration։ How Institutions Decay and Economies Die"

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Book published by Newmag. The cover is hard. Why are rich countries declining? Its signs are everywhere today. Slowing economic growth, devastating debts, growing inequality, aging population, anti-social behavior. But what is especially wrong? In The Great Depression, Neil Ferguson explains that Western institutions, the complex systems in which society can flourish or collapse, are collapsing today. Western democracy today has broken the agreement between the generations, as we leave a heavy burden of debt to our children and grandchildren. The normal development of our markets is distorted due to extremely complicated regulations, instead of solving the existing problems, they reveal new ones. The rule of law turns into the rule of lawyers. Civil society has become non-civil, and people lazily expect that the state should solve all their problems. To stop the decline of the West, the once dominant civilization, Ferguson warns of the need for heroic leadership - radical reform. Condemning the failure of Western civilization, The Great Depression is a kind of indictment calling for sobriety. Neil Ferguson (born 1964) is a Scottish historian, professor, and senior fellow at Stanford University in the United States. He has taught at Harvard and New York Universities. The scope of teaching աշխատանք includes the political, economic and financial history of the world անական British and American imperialism. TIME magazine ranked Ferguson in the list of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2004. 200 pages

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