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The Greatest Crash

How Contradictory Policies are Sinking the Global Economy
Verkaufsrang8173inBetriebswirtschaft
BuchPaperback
192 Seiten
Englisch
"Radical thinkers might have a point" - Financial Times The Greatest Crash argues that the financial system which evolved from the early Italian bankers has now reached a roadblock. The weight of debt already created prevents further economic expansion, while paying down the debt shrinks economies. To escape this trap, evolution is needed. But bureaucratic design, delegated government, and group think,...mehr
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Inhalt"Radical thinkers might have a point" - Financial Times The Greatest Crash argues that the financial system which evolved from the early Italian bankers has now reached a roadblock. The weight of debt already created prevents further economic expansion, while paying down the debt shrinks economies. To escape this trap, evolution is needed. But bureaucratic design, delegated government, and group think, all combine to prevent evolution.
ZusammenfassungThe Greatest Crash argues that the financial system which evolved from the early Italian bankers has now reached a roadblock. Evolution is needed. But bureaucratic design, delegated government, and group think, all combine to prevent evolution.
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ISBN/GTIN978-1-907230-31-8
ProduktartBuch
EinbandartPaperback
Erscheinungsjahr2011
Erscheinungsdatum01.11.2011
Seiten192 Seiten
SpracheEnglisch
MasseBreite 218 mm, Höhe 142 mm, Dicke 14 mm
Gewicht304 g
Illustrationenillustrations
Artikel-Nr.13720628
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InhaltsverzeichnisKey themes explored in the book: - How the financial system evolved by trial and error. - The build up to the credit crunch. - Wishful thinking with numbers, and more. - Paradoxes of our times and policy contradictions. - Group think. - Academic differences of opinion. - The dark side of capital markets. - The attitude change.
Prolog"Radical thinkers might have a point" - Financial Times

Über den Autor

David KaudersFRSA was educated at Latymer Upper School, Jesus College Cambridge and Cranfield School of Management. He is an investment manager and also contributes occasional articles to the UK financial press.

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