The moving, playful memoir of Hans Rosling, Swedish statistics mastermind, researcher extraordinaire and author of the global best seller, Factfulness, with Ola Rosling and Anna Rosling Rönnlund
This is a book that contains very few numbers. Instead, it is about meeting people who have opened my eyes.
It was facts that helped him explain how the world works. But it was curiosity and commitment that made the late Hans Rosling, author of the best-selling book Factfulness with Ola Rosling and Anna Rosling Rönnlund, the most popular researcher of our time.
How I Learned to Understand the World is Hans Rosling’s own story of how he became a revolutionary thinker, and takes us from the swelter of an emergency clinic in Mozambique, to the World Economic Forum at Davos.
In collaboration with Swedish journalist Fanny Härgestam, Hans Rosling wrote his memoir with the same joy of storytelling that made a whole world listen when he spoke.
A Macmillan Audio production from Flatiron Books
"Filled with his signature warmth and wit, our late friend Hans Rosling’s memoir is an inspirational read about a life that touched so many. Hans’ work focused on data and research, but as this book makes clear, people were at the heart of his story. More than ever, our world needs the lessons Hans shares in these pages: to be guided by evidence and to live with optimism that we can make progress. This book provides a dose of hope in difficult times." (Bill and Melinda Gates)