Why Everyone Owes Everyone and No One Can Pay

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Part economic primer, part fiscal and historical analysis,New YorkerandLondon Review of Bookscontributor John Lanchester offers his brilliantly witty, succinct ...


Wrote 8/15/13


The credit crunch explained in (relatively) plain English
John Lanchester picks apart the credit crunch, its history, its causes, and explores each constituent part in a very readable, clear and at times, humorous way. He lays the blame squarely at the doors of the bankers (no surprise) but also aims his si...Continua
Understanding the crisis is a moral duty
Just a few people can really understand this economic crisis. Just a few people understand financial process. Not knowing what's happening is part of the problem! This book help us to understand. And is also a deep reflection on our future, and on th...Continua
Wrote 10/22/11

兩本值得推薦的書: The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money 以及 Manias, Panics and Crashes: A History of Financial Crises.

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