The Confessions Of An Economic Hit Man By John Perkins

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Introduction The Confessions of an Economic Hit Man by John Perkins is a well-known book in the past and even more well-known book in the present. To have experienced and lived through the hardship of being an economic hit man is astonishing. This novel contains knowledge and informative information, that even one who is not that knowledgeable about this field of study can understand and become further informed of how corrupt the major organizations in this global economy are like. Additionally, it can further inform those who already are in this field of study and suggest possible solution, that could lessen the impact and the control on an economic and political science standpoint. This SWOT analyse paper will provide informative points to show how the strengths of this novel outweighs the weaknesses, as well as how the author discuss the opportunities that can improve development outcome that outweighs the possible threats that can arise from such opportunities.
Within the novel, The Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, the author provides many strengths that can be depicted very strongly throughout it. The first one to which comes to appear almost in every chapter is the exposure of financial institutions that include the World Bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF) and General Agreement of Tariffs and Trade (GATT) (Hamann, 12). These are the major financial institutions that have a great impact still to this day of how loans and currency exchanges are dealt

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