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Global Financial Meltdown

How We Can Avoid the Next Economic Crisis

  • Colin Read

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
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  2. Introduction

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  3. Evolution of the Modern Economic System

  4. Creation of the Consumer-Investor

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  5. An Emerging New World

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  6. Banks and Central Banking

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  7. Financial Failures

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  8. Politics and Perceptions

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  9. Back Matter
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About this book

Introduction

In easy to understand terms and journalistic style, Read describes the reasons for global financial unrest arising from the sub-prime mortgage crisis and economic meltdowns. He walks the reader through a number of topics in economics and connects these topics to real world financial problems concluding with recommendations for the future.

Keywords

central bank consumer economic system economics

Authors and affiliations

  • Colin Read
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  1. 1.SUNY College at PlattsburghUSA

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