Dr. Gregory Gull’s book, provides a facile way of looking at the history of our current economics and why and how we need to change. If we want families, communities, and responsive government, we can no longer stay on a path that serves the economic structures and put humanity second. Dr. Gull’s book deals with difficult issues that the world is facing right now.
Executive Director Center for SCREEN-TIME Awareness
Dr. Gull’s book, It’s the EconomME, Stupid, is deceivingly easy to understand. Like a modern-day Socrates, Gull takes us through a crisply written dialogue with Adam Smith. … I believe this will become known as one of the Great Books of our time, and, like other paradigm-shifting authors…, , he gives us a thin volume, thick with meaning. It should be required reading for business leaders, students, journalists, and policymakers. It would remind us that Capitalism is a tool too often wielded in immature hands. The cycles of boom, hustle, bust then bailout are the result of lack of imagination and courage.
Business Coach ManageNaturally.com
As a business owner who has previously worked for multinational corporations and public bodies, I find It’s the EconoME, Stupid to be very relevant. It goes to the heart of what I am trying to create, which is a robust, long-term, sustain- able business. This book combines academic and intellectual rigor with basic common sense. It is not about quick fixes. The ideas that are explored and developed are valid at multiple levels. I recommend this book — not only to opinion formers and policymakers — but to the widest readership possible. My overall thought of the book is that it is of both great practical and academic significance, and offers a basis for progress. I believe a work like this is necessary to move us all forward.
John Timothy Beardsley
CEO JTB Consultants SDN BHD