Peter Dunn, Author at Holdun
The Value of Everything

The Value of Everything

It’s been some time since I’ve reviewed two books in succession having to do with the world economy, and certainly the very first time each one has the word *value* in its title. The author’s previous work, The Entrepreneurial State, caught the attention of not a few...
Value (s)

Value (s)

This is a perplexing type of book to review, though based on the author’s background, it shouldn’t be. Indeed, someone with a pedigree comprising working for one of the world’s preeminent investment banking houses, as well as running two G7 central banks, would be...
Bush Runner

Bush Runner

I thought it was about time to highlight the exploits of an early Canadian, about whom we learn a little bit in elementary school, and not much more after that. Described in the Dictionary of Canadian Biography as an “explorer, coureur de bois, one of the originators...
Dreams from My Father

Dreams from My Father

It’s not often I’ll read a book more than once, let alone twice. And yet, I have done just that, and realized in the process that there were parts or aspects of the book I did not recall from either of the previous two readings, which may say something about my...