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Publisher's Summary

One of Bloomberg's best books, 2016
$uperhubs is a rare, behind-the-scenes look at how the world's most powerful titans, the superhubs, pull the levers of our global financial system. Combining insider's knowledge with principles of network science, Sandra Navidi offers a startling new perspective on how superhubs build their powerful networks and how their decisions impact all our lives. $uperhubs reveals what happens at the exclusive, invitation-only platforms - the World Economic Forum in Davos, the meetings of the International Monetary Fund, think-tank gatherings, and exclusive galas.
This is the most vivid portrait to date of the global elite: the bank CEOs, fund managers, billionaire financiers, and politicians who, through their interlocking relationships and collective influence are transforming our increasingly fragile financial system, economy, and society.
©2016, 2017 Sandra Navidi (P)2017 Gildan Media LLC
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3 out of 5 stars
By Philo on 11-11-17

Big info and panorama if you don't know this

Yawn. It is too remedial for me. But I have been studying these personalities, institutions and modes of thought for years. If I hadn't, I would think of this as a terrific first tour of it all.

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