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A Reading List of Tell-Alls, Strategic Plans and Cautionary Tales in Finance - The New York Times
JULY 4, 2016 | DEALBOOK | Andrew Ross Sorkin

(1) “Chaos Monkeys: Obscene Fortune and Random Failure in Silicon Valley,” by a former Facebook executive, Antonio García Martinez.
(2) “The Only Game in Town: Central Banks, Instability, and Avoiding the Next Collapse” by Mohamed A. El-Erian, chief economic adviser at Allianz and chairman of President Obama’s Global Development Council.
(3) “Makers and Takers: The Rise of Finance and the Fall of American Business” Rana Foroohar
(4) “Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World” Adam Grant
(5) Bloodsport: When Ruthless Dealmakers, Shrewd Ideologues, and Brawling Lawyers Toppled the Corporate Establishment” by Robert Teitelman,
(6) “Dear Chairman: Boardroom Battles and the Rise of Shareholder Activism,” by Jeff Gramm, owner and manager of the Bandera Partners hedge fund and an adjunct professor at Columbia Business School.
(7) “Brazillionaires: Wealth, Power, Decadence, and Hope in an American Country” by the journalist Alex Cuadros.
(8) a biography of Alan Greenspan titled, “The Man Who Knew: The Life and Times of Alan Greenspan.” It is by the journalist Sebastian Mallaby, an adroit writer who also published a brilliant book on hedge funds several years ago, called “More Money than God: Hedge Funds and the Making of a New Elite.”
(9) “To Pixar and Beyond: My Unlikely Journey with Steve Jobs to Make Entertainment History” by Lawrence Levy, the former chief financial officer of Pixar.
Rana_Foroohar  books  booklists  summertime  Andrew_Sorkin  Pixar  Mohamed_El-Erian  hedge_funds  central_banks  finance  dealmakers  Silicon_Valley  Brazil  biographies  Adam_Grant  cautionary_tales 
july 2016 by jerryking
Africa’s stocks beckon, but there's a hitch - The Globe and Mail
Apr. 30 2013 | The Globe and Mail | DAVID BERMAN.

Mohamed El-Erian, best known as the chief executive of Pacific Investment Management Co. LLC, the $2-trillion (U.S.) asset manager, gushed over Africa in the latest issue of Foreign Policy.

He argued that the region is moving beyond its reputation as an operations base for multinational commodity producers and is now seeing economic diversification in the form of homegrown small-and medium-sized enterprises.

The World Bank, he noted, reckons that these firms add 20 per cent to Africa’s gross domestic product and generate some 50 per cent of new jobs in sub-Saharan Africa.

“These successful businesses are giving rise to internationally competitive companies, thereby providing access to global markets, new business models and technologies, and higher wages and salaries,” Mr. El-Erian said in the article.

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Africa  commodities  investing  Mohamed_El-Erian  Nigeria  SMEs  stockmarkets  sub-Saharan_Africa 
may 2013 by jerryking
When markets collide : investment strategies for the age of global economic change
When markets collide : investment strategies for the age of global economic change
by El-Erian, Mohamed A., 1958-
books  PIMCO  CEOs  libraries  Mohamed_El-Erian  investment_thesis 
november 2012 by jerryking
It’s a whole new game, and the U.S. doesn’t like the rules
Nov. 11, 2010 | G & M | Chrystia_Freeland. Mohamed
El-Erian, CEO of bond giant Pimco, and a former IMF economist, describes
the problem: “National responsibilities are conflicting with global
responsibilities for both the US & China. That is the real problem
for the global economy.”...Poor countries are accustomed to being told
by outsiders (e.g. IMF) what they need to do to participate in the
global economy...What's different today is that the world’s dominant
economy & its rising one are the 2 countries whose domestic
priorities are causing the greatest disruption for the rest of the
world. Small countries are used to accommodating big ones. But big
countries are accustomed to setting the rules. El-Erian believes that
“we will be writing about this period as one of fundamental global
realignment.” A big part of that realignment is figuring out how to
balance national needs against global ones--doing this is hard if you
are used to determining the international rules of the game.
Chrystia_Freeland  China  U.S.  rules_of_the_game  Mohamed_El-Erian  Pimco  global_economy 
november 2010 by jerryking

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