Professor Sheth has emerged as an important and innovative thinker on global
issues. This splendid book shows why.
There have been many writings on geopolitical forces—how nations interact
in the pursuit of power. Less has been written on geoeconomic forces—how
national economies interact in the pursuit of economic gain.... It is to Sheth
and Sisodia`s credit that they offer a penetrating analysis on where the future
of different countries is going under the pressure of geoeconomic forces.
Philip Kotler (from the foreword)
The book is a commendable treatise on the modern economic history of the world that explains most modern economic phenomena without too much jargon…The attention to the historic details is a strong point of the entire book…The chapters can also be considered a short crash course in modern economic history and even a layman can understand how the geoeconomic forces have realigned themselves over the period of the last few decades.