Johan A Lybeck, A Global History of the Financial Crash of 2007–10, Cambridge University Press, October 13, 2011, 414 pages
This book’s title has unfortunately proved to be somewhat of a hostage to fortune – at the current rate of events it should probably be released as an annual update, and it would be very helpful if the author were to do so.
The work is a detailed economic account and analysis of the history of the current financial crisis. It is full of figures, some of which make for
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