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Strategies for a discontinuous future.












Wednesday, October 01, 2003
 


Rajan was a prof at Chicago, who's now at the IMF, who's just written a great book about financial markets called 'Saving Capitalism from the Capitalists'.

I think every VC and entrepreneur should pick this up, in order to better understand where the Chicago school is coming from, and also to get why creating some kind of economic value (rather than attempting to extract the value someone else has created) is necessary for a succesful venture. Especially VCs in Europe, who don't seem to get this *at all*.

Full disclosure: I have a close family member who works at the IMF.

-- umair // 12:55 PM //


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