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Boom, Bust &Echo was the national phenomenon that demonstrated the power of demographics to help us understand the past and forecast the future. Now Boom Bust & Echo 2000 reveals Canada's demographic profile at the turn of the century when a new population shift will have profound implications for our economic and social life.
*Why, despite the inevitable market dips, stocks are a sound investment for the long term. * How the maturing of the echo generation makes the retail environment more complex. *Why private health care is flourishing while public health care needs reconstructive surgery. *How the aging of the echo is transforming Canada's education system. *Why our future prosperity depends upon understanding demographics, in Canada and around the world.
"Seldom is a book published that becomes required reading for just about everyone - business executives, entrepreneurs, policy makers, politicians, planners and educators ... It's a course on the importance of demographics and how the patterns they reveal can be capitalized on by forward-thinkers." - Marketing Magazine
"If you own a bicycle helmet you might want to wear it while you read [this] engaging study... Otherwise you could give yourself a headache as you periodically slap your forehead and cry out, 'Now why didn't I think of that?' " - Edmonton Journal --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.