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An analysis of the past to understand the achievement of humanity since the emergence of intelligent life to the present day

● This book provides the conditions required for achieving success through innovative development.

● Reveals fascinating findings and insights that apply to all spheres of human life.

● Based on the author’s research and reflections on evolution, our future, innovation, the economy, and social climate.

● For everyone who cares about the future and wants to take an active part in shaping it.


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Vadim Makhov has a PhD in Economics, and is a well-known entrepreneur and expert innovator. He has taken an active part in many innovative projects carried out by various Russian and foreign companies, and initiated the development of many new products. He founded the Bard Worldwide Investment Fund, which is concerned with the development of future technologies.

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