The Practical M.B.A. on Economics “What They Do & Don’t Teach You At Business School” by Joseph Gulesserian Book Tour, Guest Post & Giveaway! {Ends 8/26/22}

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The 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
Genre: Non-Fiction Business Economics History
Publisher: Brands Fifth Avenue Inc
Release date: June 2022
Format available : print, ebook 
Tour dates: August 1 to August 19, 2022
Content Rating: G. Business Book on Economics

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.


Review By LAWonder10:

In his Book, ‘The Practical M.B.A. on Economics “What They Do & Don’t Teach You At Business School’, Joseph Gulesserian warns the people of the world, especially those of the U.S. and Canada, of the dire circumstances our countries are in because of greedy, improvident governing leaders and Feds. He goes into detail in an orderly manner, using charts, illustrations, and terms the average person can understand. Even if yo are not interested in detail this is a must read so each person can be a part of the cure and not ignore the problem. By doing so, you can help save lives, including you own. I feel this book’s information is imperative for all people to know. Knowledge is power and can save lives!

Joseph Gulesserian brings such a wealth of information. It is spectacular to read the amount of  history, the present day figures and what is certain in the near future he covers in this substantial book. 

We often hear of the U.S. national debt. He breaks it down by stating it would take every household in the U.S. to pay over $250,000. to pay off the national debt! He also breaks down the debt of other countries. This is just one bit of information in the early part of his book. 

Another thing that he really emphasized is how the governments are creating money out of “thin air”. The actual substance to  back that money is not there!

I have pondered much on what use is protesting, global warming warnings, etc. if the worlds economy crashes and there is no food or resources to survive with. Only a certain few greedy, wealthy individuals will survive. Many who are the ones creating this array of devastating situations. The near future may make the Great Depression seem mild. 

I really appreciate this authors “down to earth” approach in writing this very informative, interesting book. It was too shocking to me to enjoy the humor in it. I know the world, particularly the U.S., situation is horrible. I just never realized just how HORRIBLE it is! 

I do not believe in a one world government, which I feel this author alludes to, but I do feel this information needs to be more far-reaching and more of the public aware of just how gargantuan the lies and deceit which have been delved out by government and Feds leaders has been and what an enormously precarious position they have put us all in. We all need to evolve out of our passiveness and fantasies and do something before it is too late, if we can.

I offer a Five Stars rating for this volume of literary work. 

*This book was gifted me with no pressure to post a positive review. This is my honest review.

Guest Post:

So, Who Is Greedy Here Corporations or Government?

Taxation and Large Government
Essential Bedfellows

Businesses seem to be the go-to villain for both government and the public who buys into this
narrative. Federal income tax was introduced as a temporary measure for funding the first world war but has evolved as a vehicle to confiscate the fruits of one’s labour and industriousness.

Without Firms and the taxation of its subjects, government has no shoulders to stand on to
perpetuate its largeness and non-stop cycle of fear and crises.

In Canada, when blending federal taxes with provincial taxes, for those in the $64,000 to $75,000 income bracket, the tax rate is about 35%. Then one can add about 6% for Employment Insurance contributions and Canada Pension Plan. The abuse doesn’t end there, and then one gets soaked for another 13% HST at retail (VAT), property tax and hidden energy taxes when at the gas pumps
for a total takedown nearer to 57% of income.

When one embraces large government, what is often not considered is that these services could
be provided for 20 cents on the dollar from the private sector with an outcome of more efficiency and accountability. As Canadians are basking in their socialist utopia, and America begging for the same self-flagellation, all of which lead to tyranny, and in the background the denied insolvency of Western governments is muted. In many cases, government finances are like the fallen toxic SPACs of Wall Street.

Sadly, we have become desensitized as to how individual liberty is now considered heresy as it has been degraded by collective subservience and dependency on government, passing off as
progress. By government taking the fruitions of one’s labour, it amounts to confiscation of wealth and thuggery. Yet strangely, the Plebeians are passionately willing to defend their government master, much like the Stockholm Syndrome. In a twisted way, this is contemporary acceptance of slavery in the 21st century!

Democracy has evolved now in the West, as to having the right to pick our next elitist oppressor who only needs fiat money via the central banks to bribe us into shackles of docility and compliance. is how totalitarianism takes root, first in the weakened mind and then in the collective civilization.

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:

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The Tour Schedule:

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Giveaway Details:

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  1. Nancy

    What a better place we would be if books such as these were required reading for young people. Not to mention professional athletes. 😉

  2. Joe Gulesserian

    Dear Lu Ann,

    I want to personally thank you for the lovely review you gave me on the Practical MBA on Economics. It was very kind of you, while I am happy that you had the patience to get through 500 pages and enjoyed it.

    Do feel free to keep in touch.

    Kind regards,

    Joe Gulesserian

    • lawonder10

      It was well-earned.
      Lu Ann

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