Alternative Perspectives on the Global Financial Crisis
Edited by Steven Kates
This innovative book focuses on the current global financial crisis and the inadequacies of the economic theories being used to guide policy. In so doing, it tackles the economic theories that have been used firstly to understand its causes and thereafter to contain the damage it has brought.
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- Macroeconomic Theory and its Failings Alternative Perspectives on the Global Financial Crisis
- Figures and tables
- Chapter 1: The Ordinary Economics of an Extraordinary Crisis
- Chapter 2: Did Bernanke’s ‘Creditism’ Aggravate the Financial Crisis of 2008?
- Chapter 3: Toward a New Sustainable Economy
- Chapter 4: Looking at the Crisis through Marx – Or Is It the Other Way About?
- Chapter 5: Incentive Divergence and the Global Financial Crisis
- Chapter 6: The Microeconomic Foundations of Macroeconomic Disorder: An Austrian Perspective on the Great Recession of 2008
- Chapter 7: The Crisis in Economic Theory: The Dead End of Keynesian Economics
- Chapter 8: The Coming Depression and the End of Economic Delusion
- Chapter 9: Reflections on the Global Financial Crisis
- Chapter 10: An Islamic Economic Perspective on the Global Financial Crisis
- Chapter 11: Bankers Gone Wild: The Crash of 2008
- Chapter 12: The Governance of Financial Transactions
- Chapter 13: Excess Debt and Asset Deflation
- Chapter 14: An Institutionalist Perspective on the Global Financial Crisis
- Chapter 15: Minsky, the Global Money-Manager Crisis, and the Return of Big Government
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