Author

Tope Fasua

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Author's books

Change is Going To Come

3,500.00 3,500.00

CHANGE IS GOING TO COME is a compendium of engaging essays and ideas for developing countries to rethink their state and get out of economic morass. It is not a political book but a book of interrogation on questions such as: What does change really mean? It contains common-sensical but overlooked solutions to problems such as the proper use of resources, thinking right socially and politically, and being realistic in an unrealistic environment. Put together by one of the Nigeria’s finest rising economic analysts, it is a simple book written in a conversational manner that will help to get people thinking right – if they listen.

Crushed

3,500.00 3,500.00

CRUSH-ED is not another whining story about the African experience, even though the title may lead in that direction. The title is really an acronym for the strategies that Africa (the sub-Saharan region in Particular), must adopt if it is not to face extinction in the medium to long term. The book presents pungent and urgent, analysis of the precarious situation that region of Africa has found itself; a situation foisted not only by the historical facts of slave trade and colonialism (as most texts on the subject are wont to aver), but most importantly the failure of the African states themselves to properly interpret their cultures and how those clash with the ones they are try to adopt and adapt to.

 

Nigeria’s Story Is My Story

2,500.00 2,500.00

This is my sixth book and one in which I’ve been a bit more revealing. It should make very interesting reading because it is not a boring rant about economic and financial issues, but interesting dialogues on matters of mostly Nigeria’s sociopsychology and aspects of history. I personally enjoy such discourses better than the drone on the stiff subject of money and how it is made.

I think this is a more important aspect of the development quest of African people because from a systems point of view we should interrogate our lifeviews, our paradigms and of perspectives. Once the sociopsychological aspects are dealt with, development and progress becomes fairly easy and sustainable. The writings here reflect my mindset and perspective which fuses into my understanding of the larger issues towards ensuring that my people attain a better existence in this present world where no nation waits for another.

Nigeria’s Story Is My Story

3,500.00 3,500.00

This is my sixth book and one in which I’ve been a bit more revealing. It should make very interesting reading because it is not a boring rant about economic and financial issues, but interesting dialogues on matters of mostly Nigeria’s sociopsychology and aspects of history. I personally enjoy such discourses better than the drone on the stiff subject of money and how it is made.

I think this is a more important aspect of the development quest of African people because from a systems point of view we should interrogate our lifeviews, our paradigms and of perspectives. Once the sociopsychological aspects are dealt with, development and progress becomes fairly easy and sustainable. The writings here reflect my mindset and perspective which fuses into my understanding of the larger issues towards ensuring that my people attain a better existence in this present world where no nation waits for another.

Revolution of Ideas

3,500.00 3,500.00

This is my fifth book. It’s a collection of some of my best economic ideas over time. It is focused on Nigeria to a large extent and encompasses my thoughts for our country and people. This book is named REVOLUTION OF IDEAS because the ideas herein are indeed out-of-the-box and revolutionary. I believe that the ideas that will transit Nigeria people of color out of the current state of pity, lie in the mind. I have put my perspective together here. I assure that you’ll find it indeed interesting. Let’s get going

The Race For Capital

3,500.00 3,500.00

THE RACE FOR CAPITAL (And Other out-of-the-box Economic Arguments), is my third book and an aggregation of some my most important economic and financial thoughts in recent times, as distilled from my weekly column and elsewhere. The book’s title derives from the biggest economic argument of the day – the problem of inequality – which has finally been noticed by important economists around the world but to which no solution has yet been found. In this book, that argument is further advanced and an African perspective is added, because when ever important economic arguments such as this goes on, that most-vulnerable continent does not feature in the analysis. But the perspective of this book is not all about complaining about the state of Africa and its position development-wise, but also on solutions. Some germane solutions are hereby offered for African economies especially but every other economy around the world which seeks to reposition its people and make a dent in these hard-to-solve quagmires facing the world today. There are no simple solutions apparently.

Things To Do Before Your Career Disappears

3,500.00 3,500.00

This book is a clarion call, an urgent alarm. It purviews beyond the problem of global unemployment, but speaks to economic and social decisions being made by individuals, households, companies and governments. The author seeks to find an intricate balance in between all of these. At least, if a balance was not achievable, he seeks to add his voice as one of those who pulled back the world from extremism. This time, the focus is on economic extremism.