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Flat White Economy : How the Digital Economy Is Transforming London and Other Cities of the Future

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Since the financial collapse, the ‘Flat White Economy’ has spawned four times as many jobs than London lost in the crisis. London is now growing one and a half times faster than Hong Kong as a result. Leading economist Douglas McWilliams describes how this meteoric success, named after its favorite coffee and centered on East London, has swapped the city’s champagne and supercars lifestyle for bicycles and boho flats and has become the prototype for digital cities that will change both the rest of the UK and other parts of the world as well. The book shows how these developments have had a massive economic impact, and affect politics and lifestyles. It addresses the impact of the FWE on North South divide in the UK and its equivalents in other parts of the world. And controversially it also shows how a driving force behind this new economy is immigration and the creativity that is generated when talented people of different backgrounds and mindsets end up working together.Since the financial collapse, the ‘Flat White Economy’ has spawned four times as many jobs than London lost in the crisis. London is now growing one and a half times faster than Hong Kong as a result. Leading economist Douglas McWilliams describes how this meteoric success, named after its favorite coffee and centered on East London, has swapped the city’s champagne and supercars lifestyle for bicycles and boho flats and has become the prototype for digital cities that will change both the rest of the UK and other parts of the world as well. The book shows how these developments have had a massive economic impact, and affect politics and lifestyles. It addresses the impact of the FWE on North South divide in the UK and its equivalents in other parts of the world. And controversially it also shows how a driving force behind this new economy is immigration and the creativity that is generated when talented people of different backgrounds and mindsets end up working together.
Since the financial collapse, the ?Flat White Economy? has spawned four times as many jobs than London lost in the crisis. London is now growing one and a half times faster than Hong Kong as a result. Leading economist Douglas McWilliams describes how this meteoric success, named after its favorite coffee and centered on East London, has swapped the city?s champagne and supercars lifestyle for bicycles and boho flats and has become the prototype for digital cities that will change both the rest of the UK and other parts of the world as well. The book shows how these developments have had a massive economic impact, and affect politics and lifestyles. It addresses the impact of the FWE on North South divide in the UK and its equivalents in other parts of the world. And controversially it also shows how a driving force behind this new economy is immigration and the creativity that is generated when talented people of different backgrounds and mindsets end up working together.
Number of Pages: 207.0
Genre: Business + Money Management
Sub-Genre: Economics / General
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Overlook Pr
Author: Douglas Mcwilliams
Language: English
Street Date: November 24, 2015
TCIN: 46759077
UPC: 9781468312041
Item Number (DPCI): 247-51-6179

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