Robert Genetski: Rich Nation, Poor Nation
Rich Nation, Poor Nation: Why Some Nations Prosper While Others Fail is intended for anyone who cares about people and their country. Economic policies are powerful. They can impoverish people or help them create enormous wealth.
Robert Genetski, Ph.D., discusses the evidence from 40 countries – large and small, rich and poor. The analysis shows people throughout the world are remarkably similar in how they respond to alternative economic policies. Regardless of culture or location, people respond to policies promoting economic freedom in the most creative and productive ways imaginable. Freedom allows individuals to unleash their creative potential and maximize their God-given talents. It is by unleashing this creative potential that we discover the true force for enhancing the wealth of individuals and, in turn, the wealth of nations.
Watch video of Genetski's presentation in the right sidebar. And listen to a podcast with Genetski, Heartland Director of Communications Jim Lakely, and Heartland Institute Research Director S. T. Karnick here.
Dr. Robert GenetskiDr. Robert Genetski, one of the nation’s leading economists and financial advisors, has spent more than 35 years promoting the use of classical economic and investment principles for sound financial decisions. He heads ClassicalPrinciples.com and is a popular speaker who entertains thousands of people at conferences and investor meetings around the world each year. He is one of the nation’s premier interest rate forecasters and investment advisors, providing insights on economic, financial, and investment matters. Dr. Genetski is well known for his research and advocacy of classical economic principles. These principles provide a reliable guide to creating both a healthy economy and profitable investment opportunities. He has conducted pioneering research into the role of taxes and their impact on economic prosperity. Dr. Genetski earned his Ph.D. in economics from and has taught economics at New York University and at the University of Chicago’s Graduate School of Business. He has authored several books and numerous articles. He has served on numerous boards of directors, is a policy advisor to The Heartland Institute, and writes a regular column for the Nikkei Financial Daily, Japan’s leading business newspaper.