Steve Schifferes and Richard Roberts, The media and financial crises – comparative and historical perspectives, Routledge, 2015, 310 pages
This fascinating book, as its title implies, gives a very different perspective on the financial crisis and its predecessors. Readers will likely be more concerned with the actual cost and consequences of events, and lessons for the future: read selectively, this publication could give some useful insights.
The 19 chapters are of mixed quality and vary much m
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