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An excellent and easily read explanatory narrative of the financial crash that began in 2007, together with an exposure of its cultural and historical roots from Adam Smith to Alan Greenspan. The author, John Cassidy, is an award-winning writer for The New Yorker and the Sunday Times. First published in the same year in the USA by Farrar, Starus & Giroux.
Title: How Markets Fail : the logic of economic calamities.
Publisher: Allen Lane, an imprint of Penguin Books, 2009.:
Book Condition: First English Edition, red cloth boards lettered black, in striking illustrated dustwrappers. Large 8vo (c.24 x 16 cms), c.pp398, a fine copy with the vulnerable mainly white unclipped dustwrappers also in fine condition.
kg: 1.00 kg
Seller ID: 9547
Keywords: GENERAL ECONOMICS FINANCE FINANCIAL CRASH ADAM SMITH ALAN GREENSPAN