"Financial crises and what to do about them", Barry Eichengreen. Oxford University Press, 2002
Over the last decade the international financial community has stumbled from one crisis to another: still, it seems, nobody really knows what to do about them. Policymakers would probably do well to leaf through Barry Eichengreen's slim new volume, which summarises the current debate on financial crises, and then takes it one stage further.
Perhaps the title of the book is misleading: Eichengreen does
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