David Chiweza Sees a World Economy that Shares Opportunities and Risks to Solve the Economic Crisis

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‘Out of the Rabble’ puts the problem of economic integration without political integration as high priority on the list of global governance issues.

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With his recent release, Out of the Rabble, Ending the Global Economic Crisis by Understanding the Zimbabwean Experience, David Chiweza has increased the specter of the need for dialogue on global governance.

With his recent release, Out of the Rabble, Ending the Global Economic Crisis by Understanding the Zimbabwean Experience, published by iUniverse David Chiweza has increased the specter of the need for dialogue on global governance. Addressing a Masters’ In Business Intelligence class this Monday, he cited the demise of Greek manufacturing at the hands of Germany as highlighting the challenges of market integration without political integration.

“The Greek crisis is a consequence of swimming with the sharks similar to Zimbabwe’s experience with the 1994 admission of South Africa”, said Chiweza, lending credit to his view that economic integration without political integration is disadvantageous to weaker nations at a time when nations are negotiating intercontinental free trade areas.

In reference to the US securities markets, Chiweza said Zimbabwean crisis experience showed that bull runs unrelated to company performance were a transfer of investor confidence from the substance of industry to an artificial growth on securities. This ultimately backfires, with many losing wealth at the time of normalization, Chiweza said.

“Out of the Rabble”
By David Chiweza
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 166 pages | ISBN 9781475973860
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 166 pages | ISBN 9781475973853
E-Book | 166 pages | ISBN 9781475973846
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About the Author
David Chiweza earned a master’s degree in strategic management from the University of Derby. He is a strategist with extensive business, industrial, military and diplomatic experience who, in 2000, predicted the current global economic crisis. Chiweza is the author of “HIV and AIDS: The Last Stand.” He and his wife live in Zimbabwe.

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