Review of Globalisation Fractures: How Major Nations' Interests Are Now in Conflict

Charles Dumas, Globalisation Fractures: How Major Nations' Interests Are Now in Conflict, Profile Business, July 2010, 261 pages

This is not a book that will instantly endear itself to regulators. Regulation, argues Charles Dumas, has captured politicians' and policymakers' imagination because the crisis is wrongly thought to have been a financial one - "a kind of Long Term Capital Management crisis writ large." Or maybe the post-crisis focus on regulation - the doubtless hours Basel Committee m

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