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  • Author:
    David Bosshart
  • ISBN:
    0749449934
  • ISBN13:
    978-0749449933
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    Kogan Page; 1 edition (July 28, 2007)
  • Pages:
    197 pages
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David Bosshart asks us to question our pursuit of unbridled consumer choice and low prices and to consider the effect this pursuit is having on the world’s economies and societies.

David Bosshart asks us to question our pursuit of unbridled consumer choice and low prices and to consider the effect this pursuit is having on the world’s economies and societies.

David Bosshart leads us to question our pursuit of unbridled consumer choice and low prices, and the effect that it is having on the world's economies and societies. Не удалось найти ни одного отзыва.

Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price is a 2005 documentary film by director Robert Greenwald and Brave New Films. The film presents a negative picture of Walmart's business practices through interviews with former employees, small business owners, and footage of Walmart executives. Greenwald also uses statistics interspersed between interview footage, to provide an objective analysis of the effects Walmart has on individuals and communities.

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One of the consumer drivers of wealth is everyday falling prices, from shopping at Wal-Mart to flying with easyJet. Cheap is everywhere, from the fashion industry to the tourism industry.

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The prices are so similarly low for your basic basket of living expenses . Bosnia is just all-around cheap because local wages and low rents keep prices down.

The prices are so similarly low for your basic basket of living expenses that it’s hard to pick a clear winner. This may be the cheapest place in Europe to live by a beach where you can go swimming in the summer. See detailed rundowns on costs for Bulgaria and Albania on this blog.

This is certainly not low cost in an absolute sense; the family could live cheaper in pretty much all other .

This is certainly not low cost in an absolute sense; the family could live cheaper in pretty much all other parts of the world. But in a relative sense it’s cheap.

By Country : Cost of Living Index, Rent Index, Restaurant Prices Index, Transportation Price Index . You are looking at Cost of Living Index by country 2020. These indices are historical and they are published periodically

By Country : Cost of Living Index, Rent Index, Restaurant Prices Index, Transportation Price Index, Grocery Price Index, Local Purchasing Power Index . These indices are historical and they are published periodically. It's a snapshot of the current indices at a specific point in time. More information about these indices. Select date: Mid-Year Mid-Year Mid-Year Mid-Year Mid-Year Mid-Year . Select display column

In most developed countries, in almost every trade sector, prices have decreased considerably over the last few years – in some cases by more than 20 per cent. The choice of products on offer is immense, and customers are inundated with a vast range of goods costing very little money.

 

In this powerful account of society’s greedy over-consumption, David Bosshart paints a bleak picture of our increasing obsession with cheap goods. He exposes the darker side of some of our favorite organizations such as Wal-Mart, McDonald’s, and Disney and reveals some substantial paradoxes in their business strategies.

 

David Bosshart asks us to question our pursuit of unbridled consumer choice and low prices and to consider the effect this pursuit is having on the world’s economies and societies.