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152 TIP: How Asia Works by Joe Studwell – A Bill Gates Book Recommendation

In this episode, Preston and Stig talk to Joe Studwell, the author of How Asia Works. This book was a strong recommendation by Bill Gates in 2014 to help understand why some countries progress at a rapid rate, while others decline. Joe provides an interesting analysis of countries in Asia and what they did to reform their economies and progress so much in the recent decades. You won’t want to miss this interesting interview.

IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN:
– Why Bill Gates made “How Asia Works” a mandatory read within his foundation
– Why some countries are rich while others are poor
– How much of Asian economic progress is due to Western influence and why?
– If South America and Africa can achieve economic growth like Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan?

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