This volume comprehensively describes the environment-economy link at both the macro and micro level.
M.A. Hernandez, Marriage and Family Therapist Registered Intern, has practiced therapy with hundreds of individuals and families, many of them suffering from depression and suicidal ideation. He has vast experience supporting his clients in identifying the hope in their lives and cultivating the will to live. In his first book, Hernandez shares his personal triumph over depression and eventual path to personal growth through a life of practicing many specific habits. In this book he presents 17 of the habits he saw work in treatment as well as in his own life. Hernandez has a brilliant way of using personal examples and psychological concepts-making them understandable and actionable. With expert knowledge on our most important self-improvement habits, Hernandez is an advocate for the reader, dispelling the myths that often stop people from achieving their greatest potential. This book delivers invaluable information and essential practices for pursuing personal growth in order to improve self-esteem.
Widening economic inequalities across the globe today can be understood as the historical consequences of different drivers of growth. This important new text examines the proximate factors of labour, capital and productivity across a range of countries, as well as deeper explanations, from geographical and cultural factors, to colonialism, institutions and the openness of markets and borders. It considers these variables, their effects on rates of growth, and how differing rates of growth will enhance or constrain a country's development.