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Barely a year ago, Leopoldo Abadía, a retired professor at the IESE Business School at the University of Navarre, embarked on an adventure. La crisis ninja y otros misterios de la economía actual-Leopoldo Abadía Pocino | Books, Comics & Magazines, Non-Fiction, Other Non-Fiction | eBay!. Mientras estaba viendo el vídeo del programa de Buenafuente en el que entrevistan al economista Leopoldo Abadia, mi Google Reader me ha.

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He liked it a great deal and he sent it to another four or five friends. Sign up for the weekly Knowledge Wharton e-mail newsletter, offering business leaders cutting-edge research and ideas from Wharton faculty and other experts.

Ultimately, we are ourselves; we are ordinary people, and with the Internet we can communicate many things, and in three minutes they will reach anywhere in the world. He never thought about retiring after he left the classrooms of IESE in What is the moral of this story? Log In or sign up to comment. Thank God I have always been committed to using technology. Rather than agree with the notion that common sense is the least common of our senses, he insists on the overwhelming logic that can be found in the street.

Leopoldo Abadía: On ‘Ninjas’ and the Cause of the Financial Crisis

So to emerge from this crisis and prevent another similar crisis, it is very important for people to know what is good and what is evil.


In fact, the quality of his explanations is the reason why people have flocked to him in great numbers to find a solution for the financial virus that has affected the entire population: In such a case, our business model would be a gang of scoundrels. Then, I decided to send my ideas to a friend, unsigned, so that he would tell me, simply, what he thought about it.

Sponsored Content Colour Life: That filled me with pride. He prepared the meeting with the same keen concern he showed leopolxo the other dates on his agenda.

Leopoldo Abadía

You have to have the entire model in your head, and realize that if you pull on one thread, that unravels the rest of the model. Following up on that success, Espasa, the prestigious Spanish publishing company, asked him to write The Ninja Crisis.

Even the Spanish Embassy in London asked him to present at a conference. And when he believed that he understood something, but then found out that he was wrong, he removed that word.

The first company that I have is myself, because if I am waiting for the government to come and solve my problems, then I have nothing. Each Crsiis afternoon, my wife and I nnja make an economic plan [budget] for the week. He encourages everyone to become his or her own enterprise; to carry out his or her own private civil revolution. He also used that term as the title for a book he published recently on the same topic.

When the Ninjas stopped paying their mortgages, the financial world came crashing down like a house of cards. Published in January, it sold more thancopies in eight printings within barely one month. And he has given more than interviews to a range of different media.


The cure is very difficult because people have to change. At the time, he continued his ties to the consulting firm that he had founded along with his sons. In contrast, many friends my age have never turned on a computer. Fifteen days later, the same manuscript came back to me from another friend, along with a note in which he said the manuscript must have been written by a young newspaper reporter.

Leopoldo Abadía – Viquipèdia, l’enciclopèdia lliure

Strong language on climate change nninja translate into government policies and carbon pricing, experts say. The remedies he prescribes for getting out of this situation are derived from his own life, and from his family and his neighbors in San Quirico.

My son told me that we had to go, and we went.

In contrast, nowadays he spends at least 10 hours a day sharing his reflections with anyone who wants to hear them or read them. Crieis professor Richard D’Aveni explains how 3D printing could change the balance of economic power.

His workday was eight, easy-going hours.