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Scott M. Aquanno

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The Crisis of Risk

Subprime Debt and US Financial Power from 1944 to Present

Scott M. Aquanno

For the last decade, progressive scholars determined to understand the 2008 financial crisis have examined the growth of US subprime mortgage debt in the period leading up to the collapse and how government policy supported this accumulation. However, the long history of the subprime crisis, its connection to the patterns of financial risk designated by the postwar international monetary system, has been all too often overlooked. This book explores the long history of the subprime crisis through an original theoretic lens that sheds light on the institutional basis of global debt markets and the role of US Treasury debt in the international financial system.
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Edited by Aynsley Kellow, Tony Porter and Karsten Ronit

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Edited by Aynsley Kellow, Tony Porter and Karsten Ronit

This comprehensive Handbook provides an analysis of the key issues, accomplishments, and challenges of research and practices related to the interactions between business and public policy.
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Liberal Solidarity

The Political Economy of Social Democratic Liberalism

Geoffrey M. Hodgson

The twenty-first century has seen major challenges to freedom and democracy. Authoritarianism is on the rise and democracy is in retreat. Some promote individualism and markets as the solution to almost every problem. On the other side there are those who champion collectivism and full public ownership. Neither side is convincing. Unrestrained capitalism has exacerbated inequality. Socialism in practice has ended democracy. Effective defenders of liberty and human flourishing must find a different course. This book argues for a pragmatic, social democratic liberalism that avoids unrealistic extremes and tackles major problems such as inequality and climate change.
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Geoffrey M. Hodgson

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Edited by Aynsley Kellow, Tony Porter and Karsten Ronit

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Scott M. Aquanno

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Geoffrey M. Hodgson