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Recovery: How We Can Create a Better, Brighter Future After a Crisis

Recovery: How We Can Create a Better, Brighter Future After a Crisis - Andrew Wear

Recovery: How We Can Create a Better, Brighter Future After a Crisis


'A book to give you hope. Wear shows we really can build a stronger and more sustainable economy after COVID-19.' Polly Mackenzie, CEO of Demos

We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.

Praise for Solved!
'In a time of chaos, there are answers all around us if we take the time to look. Which is exactly what Wear does in this invaluable book.' Annabel Crabb
'A terrific idea, brilliantly executed ... Deserves to spark a national conversation.' George Megalogenis
'Wear offers something valuable and rarely present in such a practical book about politics: determined optimism, and real hope.' Van Badham
'In a world of endless outrage, armchair critics and keyboard warriors, Solved! is that rarest of things: a book that actually offers solutions to the planet's problems instead of just listing them.' Joe Hildebrand
'Wear shows why in pessimistic times there are reasons to feel optimistic about our capacity to solve the big problems the world is facing.' Robyn Scott, co-founder and CEO of Apolitical


We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.

'A book to give you hope. Wear shows we really can build a stronger and more sustainable economy after COVID-19.' Polly Mackenzie, CEO of Demos


We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.

'A book to give you hope. Wear shows we really can build a stronger and more sustainable economy after COVID-19.' Polly Mackenzie, CEO of Demos


We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.

'A book to give you hope. Wear shows we really can build a stronger and more sustainable economy after COVID-19.' Polly Mackenzie, CEO of Demos


We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.

'A book to give you hope. Wear shows we really can build a stronger and more sustainable economy after COVID-19.' Polly Mackenzie, CEO of Demos


We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.


We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.


We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.


We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.

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'A book to give you hope. Wear shows we really can build a stronger and more sustainable economy after COVID-19.' Polly Mackenzie, CEO of Demos

We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.

Praise for Solved!
'In a time of chaos, there are answers all around us if we take the time to look. Which is exactly what Wear does in this invaluable book.' Annabel Crabb
'A terrific idea, brilliantly executed ... Deserves to spark a national conversation.' George Megalogenis
'Wear offers something valuable and rarely present in such a practical book about politics: determined optimism, and real hope.' Van Badham
'In a world of endless outrage, armchair critics and keyboard warriors, Solved! is that rarest of things: a book that actually offers solutions to the planet's problems instead of just listing them.' Joe Hildebrand
'Wear shows why in pessimistic times there are reasons to feel optimistic about our capacity to solve the big problems the world is facing.' Robyn Scott, co-founder and CEO of Apolitical


We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.

'A book to give you hope. Wear shows we really can build a stronger and more sustainable economy after COVID-19.' Polly Mackenzie, CEO of Demos


We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.

'A book to give you hope. Wear shows we really can build a stronger and more sustainable economy after COVID-19.' Polly Mackenzie, CEO of Demos


We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.

'A book to give you hope. Wear shows we really can build a stronger and more sustainable economy after COVID-19.' Polly Mackenzie, CEO of Demos


We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.

'A book to give you hope. Wear shows we really can build a stronger and more sustainable economy after COVID-19.' Polly Mackenzie, CEO of Demos


We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.


We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.


We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.


We have recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we've bounced back from these challenges to build an even better future.

The Spanish Flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. In the decades following World War II, the German and Japanese economies grew into the world's most advanced. In the USA, the social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression laid the foundations for twentieth century prosperity.

As we contemplate recovery from the current health and economic crisis while confronting the climate emergency head on, what can we learn from other recoveries? Through interviews with experts, policymakers and community leaders, this book examines past recoveries and investigates implications for the future. It explores what went well, what we should do differently and what the implications might be for the recovery ahead of us.

With governments prepared to lead, listen to expert advice and involve communities in decision-making, not only is a successful recovery possible, we can also choose to re-evaluate many of the things that we thought were fixed. The COVID-19 crisis gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build back better.

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