This chapter discusses the main purposes of this book, raising some fundamental questions about how to reconstruct the global economy from multiple disciplinary perspectives. It presents these perspectives to provoke a conversation in response to vital questions about how to re-create the global economy. The book includes lessons for managers working in a broad range of industries affected by the global financial crisis, including financial services, insurance, real estate, infrastructure, economic development, and so on. This chapter introduces the basic premises of the volume, drawing on arts and aesthetics, crisis management, and sustainability studies.
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