- Books play a crucial role in crafting our future. There are various famous writers across the globe one of them Mariana Mazzucato has come up with her new book Mission Economy : A Moonshot Guide to Changing Capitalism by Mariana Mazzucato. In 2013, she released her book named “The Entrepreneurial State: Debunking Public vs. Private Sector Myths”. In that book, she exposed the myths regarding the public and private sector myths. The book was shortlisted for the honorable Wirtsshafts butcheries in Germany. Let us know more about Mariana.
About the Author:
Mariana Mazzucato is the professor in the economics of innovation public and public value at University College London. Mariana has founded UCL’s institute for innovation and public purpose. Her focus is on the relationship between innovation and growth. Mariana also works with the global leaders on ‘mission-oriented policies.’ She has recently won the ‘MADAME DE STAEL PRIZE’ for her wide-ranging and stimulating work in the field of political economy and her significant contributions to understanding the role of the state in innovation.
UCL professor Mariana released her latest book in 2018 named ‘The Value of Everything : Making and Taking in The Global Economy.’ This book put the light on case studies from-silicon valley to the financial sector to the big pharma sector that how some factors have created confusion between rent and profits, the difference that changes the shape of growth and GDP. This book is a finalist for McKinsey Business book of the year.
About the story:
Mission Economy : A Moonshot Guide to Changing Capitalism by Mariana Mazzucato is the name of a new upcoming book of Mariana Mazzucato. The book is likely to release at the beginning of 2021. It is about an extraordinary step that had been taken 50 years ago to take mankind to the moon. There was a collaboration between the public sector (NASA) and private sector companies. She shares what if the same kind of boldness to set inspirational goals is done in society. It will require large spending but will be worthwhile in terms of long term growth. By collaborating such private and public sector, we can reform capitalism. By applying innovation to societal goals and reforming government budgets more effectively to the long term, the government can do better undoubtedly. The enthusiast readers are waiting for the book eagerly.
They say 'don't judge a book by its cover' but if the cover is circulated before you have finished writing the book (don't tell @PenguinUKBooks or @HarperCollins 😉) it sure does put pressure on getting it done..no backing out now. pic.twitter.com/gVNdKB1EeE
— Mariana Mazzucato (@MazzucatoM) May 28, 2020
In Mariana’s recent tweet, she shared the cover of her new book ‘mission economy.’ She expressed the feeling of positive pressure because she has not completed the book and the cover of the book has started circulating and has gone viral. “No backing out now,” she added. Readers have shown the expression of curiosity by re-tweeting and commenting below the post. According to Amazon this title will be available from January/07/2021.