BY Kinley : Necessary Evil: How to Fix Finance by Saving Human Rights – EBOOK Read


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    Read à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Í Kinley BY Kinley : Necessary Evil: How to Fix Finance by Saving Human Rights – EBOOK Read This was the first book I read about human rights and finance together It motivated me to investigate further It is a really great way to start learning about the topics

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    Read & Download Necessary Evil: How to Fix Finance by Saving Human Rights Kinley Í 0 Summary BY Kinley : Necessary Evil: How to Fix Finance by Saving Human Rights – EBOOK Read An exceptionally well written lucid and reader friendly book The author David Kinley takes a normally dry topic and presents it in a compelling manner sure to please nearly any reader I should preface this review by saying that I don't necessarily agree with the proposed 'solutions' nor does the author reuire the reader

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    BY Kinley : Necessary Evil: How to Fix Finance by Saving Human Rights – EBOOK Read Unfortunately even a decade after the Great Recession there has been too little attention paid to the way that finance and the fina

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    BY Kinley : Necessary Evil: How to Fix Finance by Saving Human Rights – EBOOK Read International attainment of basic human rights has been a growing concern in the post World War II world The author is a human rights lawyer who has made a study of finance a personal project Finance as the author emphasizes has a key role in furthering the cause of human rights Both through public finance eg foreign aid and private finance philanthropy have had a large role in reducing the number of people

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    BY Kinley : Necessary Evil: How to Fix Finance by Saving Human Rights – EBOOK Read Perhaps the best way to get across both the uality of the writing and the uality of the thinking involved is to give you some uotes from the actual book“Wealth is not the problem; its allocation is Finance argues that the trickle down effect is its contribution to wealth redistribution but evidently a trickle is not enough We forget or do not care to remember that the financial system is a means not a goal Its object is not ju

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Read à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Í Kinley Necessary Evil: How to Fix Finance by Saving Human Rights Summary ✓ 100 Kinley Í 0 Summary N human rights play in making it happen In answering these uestions David Kinley draws on a vast array of material from bankers economists lawyers and politicians as well as human rights activists philosophers historians and anthropologists alongside his own experiences working in the field Necessary Evil shows how finance can shed its conceit return to its role as the economy's servant not its master and regain the public trust and credibility it has so spectacularly lost over the past decade all by helping human rights not harming them. Unfortunately even a decade after the Great Recession there has been too little attention paid to the way that finance and the financial industry are tied to issues of human rights and ethics According to the subtitle Necessary Evil is David Kinley s attempt to draw attention to fixing finance by saving human rights This is a noble ambition but the book does not really accomplish muchThe necessary part of addressing finance decisions as in all of life is to consider the impact of our decisions and practices on all people and cultures who might be affected By the end of the book however it is still unclear what Kinley is considering the evil part of the title Much of the book references and is in response to the Global Financial Crisis so much so that GFC becomes a major part of every chapter As with most of the text it is a little unclear where Kinley wants to put the blame for the many disruptions the GFC caused for people both in the US and internationallyAnd in the end that is the real weakness of the book His thesis is not fully explained and the writing while full of research and with lots of footnotes still does not give any real suggestions for a path forward that will truly address the human rights of all

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Necessary Evil: How to Fix Finance by Saving Human Rights

Read à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Í Kinley Necessary Evil: How to Fix Finance by Saving Human Rights Summary ✓ 100 Kinley Í 0 Summary Finance is the evil we cannot live without It governs almost every aspect of our lives and has the power to liberate as well as enslave With the world's total financial assets valued at a staggering 300 trillion being four times larger than the combined output of all the world's economies there is apparently plenty to go around Yet while proponents of finance driven capitalism point to the trickle down effect as its contribution to wealth redistribution there are still nearly a billion people across the globe existing on less than 2 a da. This was the first book I read about human rights and finance together It motivated me to investigate further It is a really great way to start learning about the topics

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Read à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Í Kinley Necessary Evil: How to Fix Finance by Saving Human Rights Summary ✓ 100 Kinley Í 0 Summary Y; 14 percent of Americans are living below the official poverty line; and disparities in wealth euality everywhere have reached unprecedented levels Evidently a trickle is not enough How can this be when so much wealth abounds and when finance is supposedly chastened and reformed after its latest global crisis How especially can it be in an age when human rights areloudly proclaimed than ever before Can the financial sector be made to shoulderof the burden of spreading wealth reducing poverty and protecting rights And if so what role ca. An exceptionally well written lucid and reader friendly book The author David Kinley takes a normally dry topic and presents it in a compelling manner sure to please nearly any reader I should preface this review by saying that I don t necessarily agree with the proposed solutions nor does the author reuire the reader to buy in to his basic premises instead he begins the book by clearly laying out his own professional training and interest in the topic as well as the long road by which he came to the current conclusions The reader is invited to review the findings and the authors thoughts on the topic without necessarily adopting them Part philosophy and part history this book will not appeal to those searching for their own confirmation bias but will instead have a strong appeal for those who are open to new ideas or those who are promoting change

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