Book notes: The paradox of vulnerability, by John Campbell and John Hall

The paradox of vulnerability

John Campbell and John Hall, The paradox of vulnerability: states, nationalism and the financial crisis, Princeton University Press, 2017, 190 pages   

It seems likely that, decades hence, scholars will still be writing articles and learned monographs trying to explain the causes, the handling and the consequences of the series of inter-related financial crises that affected so much of the advanced world in 2008–09. After all, almost 90 years on, the Great Depression still generates a steady

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