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#1 NATIONAL BESTSELLER
“I greatly enjoyed The End of Growth. It conveys a multidimensional description of the current situation from the point of view of various global players.... The economic concepts, no matter how complex, are expressed through connections and analogies, bound to entice the readers with and without economics background alike.”
—Canadian Insider Business
“Rubin’s book is well worth reading, particularly for those interested in political debates over the Enbridge, Kinder Morgan, and Keystone pipelines.”
—The Georgia Straight
—The Chronicle Herald
“Conversational.... [Rubin] raises an intriguing idea: Rising oil prices could save the planet by driving down our consumption and emissions.... Accessible.”
JEFF RUBIN is the author of Why Your World Is About to Get a Whole Lot Smaller, a number one national bestseller and the Canadian Business Book of the Year. Rubin was the Chief Economist and Chief Strategist at CIBC World Markets, where he worked for over twenty years. He was one of the first economists to accurately predict soaring oil prices back in 2000 and is one of the world's most sought-after energy experts. He blogs weekly for The Globe and Mail and lives in Toronto.
This is a book by a well-informed economist, specialized in the energy sector and with a long experience in the banking sector. Read morePublished 23 months ago by C. Vandendorpe
Nicely done. He handles a very controversial subject with ease. He obviously knows his stuff!
Looking forward to reading more from this author.
Simply put, The End of Growth will prove to be as influential as Keynes masterpiece, The General Theory on Employment, Interest and Money. Read morePublished on Jan. 21 2013 by Fedor's Friend
This book is extremely well written and very informative. I read it in a week, like I would a novel. Read morePublished on Sept. 15 2012 by Eric Despres