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Abdelhak Lamiri’s New Book ‘The Economics of the Future’ is an Eye-Opening Examination of How Economic Policies Can Be Used to Help Stabilize Society’s Crises

HADLEY, Mass. - October 28, 2022 - (

Fulton Books author Abdelhak Lamiri, a specialist in macroeconomic issues and their interactions with corporate management with an MBA and PhD from Claremont University, has completed his most recent book "The Economics of the Future": a thought-provoking look at the current ongoing issues plaguing humanity, and how economic policies and multi-disciplinary actions must be taken amend these issues.

"Is it really impossible, with the knowledge that we have, to design societies able to build peace, correct environmental disequilibrium, and promote types of more equitable growth?" writes Lamiri. "What financial and human investments are necessary? If no human being and no discipline taken alone can achieve a large part of these ambitions, then perhaps a multidisciplinary approach and a mobilization of billions of human brains would take us closer to that. The extraordinary complexity of such a plan calls for extreme caution and modesty. Any person, research facility, or institution can only provide one or a few blocks to the building. In our case, it is a simple and modest reflection on the contribution that the economy can bring to such a plan. As all disciplines are hailed, the economy must not be left out."

Lamiri continues, "What financial and human investments are necessary? … We need a renewal without abandoning these ambitions, implanted on new concerns related to more large-scale risks such as overpopulation and environmental challenges. These are becoming more and more dominating. Therefore, the economy has to redesign itself. It is doing so with the appearance and deepening of environmental economy and that of global warming. It is opening itself more and more but insufficiently to other sciences to build relevant plans up to the new complicated challenges. It is going the right way but at such a derisory speed that it may jeopardize all nations' systems. Only general mobilization would allow to speed up efforts to be able to mobilize maximum resources to make the threats that weigh upon us reversible."

Above all Mr. Lamiri shows how the main prominent economic theories should be modified to be relevant to the challenges of the next generations.

Published by Fulton Books, Abdelhak Lamiri's book invites readers to think critically about the ways in which society approaches its problems and how these reactions must be quickened to keep up with the shifting landscape of technology and the environmental crises.

Readers who wish to experience this poignant work can purchase "The Economics of the Future" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.

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