3 edition of Financial alchemy in crisis found in the catalog.
by Pluto, Distributed in the U.S. exclusively by Palgrave Macmillan in London, New York, New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HG1656.A3 N47 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 204 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||204|
|ISBN 10||0745328784, 0745328776|
|ISBN 10||9780745328782, 9780745328775|
The End of Alchemy: Money, Banking, and the Future of the Global Economy is a book by former Bank of England Governor Mervyn King, who was a principle participant in the global effort to combat the Great Recession of King has since retired from his position, and has written his first (and hopefully not last) book on the crisis. “Mervyn King may well have written the most important book to come out of the financial crisis. Agree or disagree, King’s visionary ideas deserve the attention of everyone from economics students to heads of state.” —Lawrence H. Summers Something is wrong with our banking system. We all sense that, but Mervyn King knows it firsthand; his ten years at the helm of the Bank of England 4/5(1).
The End of Alchemy: Money, Banking and the Future of the Global Economy. By Mervyn King. W.W. Norton; pages; $ Little, Brown; £ INSIDER accounts of the financial crisis . Financial Crisis Books Showing of 28 Too Big to Fail: The Inside Story of How Wall Street and Washington Fought to Save the Financial System from Crisis — and Themselves (Hardcover) by. Andrew Ross Sorkin (shelved 2 times as financial-crisis).
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'In a crisply-written book that reads like a detective novel, Anastasia Nesvetailova shows how fraud, gaps in regulation, unchecked risk-taking, the sheer complexity of contemporary markets, and hubris by financial 'masters of the universe' have all played their part in the ongoing financial and economic crisis'.
This is a superb book. It was one of the Financial Times / Goldman Sachs "Business Book of the Year" Finalists for We all know there was a financial crisis and continuing aftershocks from onward.
But beyond the headlines, what was REALLY going on. The End of Alchemy: Money, Banking, and the Future of the Global Economy Mervyn King. This book is a little different because it doesn’t talk about the recent financial crisis.
Instead, it takes the reader back in time to the Great Depression back in the late 20s. This book addresses the causes and consequences of the international financial crisis of A range of esteemed contributors explore developments in the United States, where the crisis of originated, as well as the smallest country affected, Iceland, by evaluating developments since King’s hugely ambitious aim in his book is to put an end to the alchemy that has made financial crises a permanent feature of the landscape and allowed money — a public good — to become the.
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Inside you will find: Jealously guarded secrets to enhance and accelerate your ability to Reviews: Financial Alchemy in Crisis Book Description: In Julythe combination of a seemingly unstoppable rise in house prices and bullish banks swimming in liquidity meant that almost anyone could get a mortgage in the UK or US.
Nesvetailova (Financial Alchemy in Crisis: The Great Liquidity Illusion,etc.) and Palan (The Offshore World: Sovereign Markets, Virtual Places, and Nomad Millionaires,etc.) explain that they chose the title after extensive consideration about its explosive implications.
As the authors clearly show, the institutions highlighted in. In Julythe combination of a seemingly unstoppable rise in house prices and bullish banks swimming in liquidity meant that almost anyone could get a mortgage in the UK or US. Little more than a month later the supply of credit dried up practically overnight, leaving the world wondering how bank liquidity could suddenly vanish.
In Financial Alchemy, Anastasia Nesvetailova shows that this. It's been over 10 years since the financial crisis struck, and Andrew Ross Sorkin's Too Big to Fail still remains one of the best books on the financial crisis ever written.
This book about Wall Street scandals gives you an inside look at what sparked the crisis, and how financial professionals had to struggle to save their industry. It is rare to encounter a book on economics quite as intellectually exhilarating as The End of Alchemy―a dazzling performance indeed.” - John Plender, Financial Times “I have read umpteen books about the financial crisis of – and its lessons.
This Reviews: He addresses these questions, and much more. For those endeavoring to understand the greatest financial crisis of our time and the future of finance, this highly provocative book is a must-readAlan Greenspan I have read umpteen books about the financial crisis of and its lessons.
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