Description - The Small-Mart Revolution: How Local Businesses Are Beating the Global Competition by Michael H. Shuman
Shuman's groundbreaking work offers an alternative model to the dominant view of economic development, a model that liberates and fosters the natural capacities of local businesses to grow and prosper. His book provides both a compelling case for the macroeconomic benefits of buying (and building) local, and he shows readers how easy and beneficial it is - to them and to their communities - to "go local" in their four key spending categories: goods, services, energy and finance. Ultimately, Shuman provides an optimistic vision and a practical roadmap for consumers who wonder if their spending is really paying off.
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Author Biography - Michael H. Shuman
Michael Shuman is one of the nation's top experts on economic development grounded in local small business. Shuman has a law degree from Stanford University, and has devoted over two decades to researching, writing, and social experimentation on how to connect the global and the local more effectively.