David is happily married with two children and lives in Portland, Oregon where he has pondered monetary theory and other less pressing but infinitely more entertaining matters since 2006. He has travelled extensively in the United States and has resided in Nebraska, Colorado, Spain, and Bolivia.
He has a Bachelors degree in Business Administration from Colorado State University and an MBA from the Universitat de Barcelona, Spain with over 18 years of experience in Accounting, Finance, Treasury, and Information Systems Consulting positions both in the United States and Spain.
He is the creator of The Mint, which presents fresh ideas on Economics, Monetary Theory, and Politics. You can read The Mint at http://www.davidmint.com and you may contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
on Jan. 17, 2014 :
This was an interesting essay on how (and why) former recommendations and best practices are now becoming mandatory. The analogies are a bit strained in parts, but are cute and illustrate his points nicely.
It's very sweet that he dedicates this book to his husband Jesús. It's nice to have spouses believe in each other so strongly, and have such a positive relationship.
(review of free book)