Wednesday, August 3, 2022

Blog Tour and Giveaway: The Practical MBA on Economics: What They Do & Don't Teach You at Business School by Joseph Gulesserian


Join us for this tour from August 1 to August 19, 2022!

Book Details:

Book TitleThe Practical M.B.A. on Economics "What They Do & Don’t Teach You At Business School" by Joseph Gulesserian
Category:  Adult Non-Fiction (18+),  526 pages
GenreNon-Fiction Business Economics History
PublisherBrands Fifth Avenue Inc
Release date:   June 2022
Content Rating:  G. Business Book on Economics

 #1 Best-Seller in Inflation & Economics History!

Book Description:

A Plethora of Wealth - Knowledge - Insights, that will help you take over the World and Beyond!

Government and the Central Banks have been managing the economic business cycle for over 100 years, creating the biggest Ponzi scheme of money printing ever invented in the history of civilization, as we now find ourselves living in a precarious house of cards. By hallowing out our manufacturing, have we diminished our inventiveness? What role did China really play in this, and what role did our own selfish desire affect the outcome, and what was the trade-off?

Is this the beginning of the end of US monetary global dominance, and how long can we print fiat money to support the vestiges of a declining Empire? Is the cost of living going up, or is it because currency is rapidly depreciating? What is the true source of effective inflation, and why is the wealth divide becoming greater?

The pages of this book bring to light the roots of our economic order of today, and help explain the world around us, how we arrived here, and what might lie ahead.

The Practical MBA on Economics is comprehensive, fast-paced, making for magnificent theatre, full of spills and chills, from stock market crashes to sovereign debt default, to the 1944 Bretton Woods reset, the IMF, the WTO, U.S. Dollar reserve, and mercantilism. We come to meet the economic thinkers that shape our world today from Adam Smith, Richard Cantillon, John Maynard Keynes, David Ricardo, Murray Rothbard, and Milton Friedman.

With intellectual clarity, insights, wit and humour, Gulesserian challenges the narrative, simplifies complex economic ideas, and draws from historical events, to explain how we came to the current financial world order, its perils, and the future of tomorrow!

With compelling antidotes that entertain, filled with relevance and a library of knowledge that leaves the reader feeling full, and liberated to unlock the future. So, butter your popcorn, do fasten your seat belts, and enjoy the ride.  


Meet the Author:

​Joseph Gulesserian is an entrepreneur and a published author, who wrote “Newspaper Boys Always Deliver”, a story of pop culture and technology. He has built and brought to market health and beauty Brands with global reach that has sent him around much of the world.

With his technical training, he has spent time on the factory floor with technologies from machine building to software information systems, for competitive advantage.

He has an insatiable eclectic curiosity for flirting with the outer parameters of the human imagination, is a student of history, loves the arts, design, the digital age, math, while believing in the tenets of the marketplace of ideas and personal liberty.

After earning his MBA from Edinburgh Business School in the U.K., he taught Corporate Finance, Capital Markets, Statistics and marketing, as an adjunct professor at Toronto colleges. 

connect with the author: website ~ facebooktwitter ~ instagram linkedin

Tour Schedule:

Aug 1 – Cover Lover Book Review – book spotlight / giveaway
Aug 2 - Rockin' Book Reviews - book review / guest post / giveaway
Aug 3 –Locks, Hooks and Books – book review / giveaway
Aug 5 – Books for Books - book spotlight
Aug 8 –Jazzy Book Reviews - book spotlight / giveaway
Aug 8 – TC Marti's Action-Packed Book Reviews – book review / author interview / giveaway
Aug 9 – Splashes of Joy – book review / giveaway
Aug 10 – My Reading Getaway – book review / author interview / giveaway
Aug 11 –Book Corner News and Reviews - book review / giveaway
Aug 12 – fundinmental – book spotlight / giveaway
Aug 15 - Adventures of a Traveler's Wife - book review / giveaway
Aug 16 – Lisa's Reading – book spotlight / guest post / giveaway
Aug 17 - Books are a Blessing - book review / giveaway
Aug 18 – Stephanie Jane - book spotlight / guest post / giveaway
Aug 19 – Dashes of Love After 45 – book review / giveaway
Aug 19 – Literary Flits – book spotlight / author interview / giveaway

Enter the Giveaway:



My Review: 

I found Joseph Gulessarian’s The Practical MBA on Economics: What They Do & Don’t Teach You At Business School to be a must read for me to have a better understanding about the economy, economics, money managing, and financial issues. As I am getting older, I realize that I need to look more into the future and for when I retire. I have no idea about what inflation, rising interest rates, and all that stuff means. I like how the book breaks it down to where it makes more sense to me and learning about the economic history was a plus. There are graphs and charts all throughout the book that I found to be helpful to get a grasp with what the author was trying to convey.

I am giving The Practical MBA on Economics: What They Do & Don’t Teach You At Business School a very well deserved five plus stars. I highly recommend it for readers who are interested in economics and for those who need to understand finances better. I believe it is a perfect tool to place on my keeper shelf and have on hand for years to come. I would be interested in reading more books like this by Joseph Gulessarian in the future.

I received a paperback copy of The Practical MBA on Economics: What They Do & Don’t Teach You At Business School from the publisher, but was not required to write a positive review. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Amy, I want to thank you for the review your gave me on my book the " The Practical MBA on Economics. Really happy to hear the you enjoyed the book.... Thanks Joe Gulesserian