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The dollar crisis : causes, consequences, cures

Author: Richard Duncan
Publisher: Singapore : J. Wiley & Sons (Asia), 2003.
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"The world economy is sinking into the worst industrial and financial downturn since the 1930s. Stock markets are plunging, major corporations are going bankrupt, and governments are begging for bailouts from the IMF. In The Dollar Crisis, Richard Duncan explains the nature and the origin of the imbalances that have destablized the global economy." "The book's theme is that the global economy has been destabilized  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Duncan, Richard.
Dollar crisis.
Singapore : J. Wiley & Sons (Asia), 2003
(OCoLC)648548475
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Duncan
ISBN: 0470821027 9780470821022
OCLC Number: 51951202
Description: ix, 269 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The origin of economic bubbles --
The imbalance of payments --
Effervescent economies --
The new paradigm bubble --
The great American bubble (of the 1920s) --
Flaws in the dollar standard --
The new paradigm recession --
The fate of the dollar : half a trillion reasons why the dollar must collapse --
Asset bubbles and banking crises --
Deflation --
Global recession and the death of monetarism --
Global recession : why, when, and how hard? --
The end of the era of export-led growth --
Monetarism is drowning --
Policy tools for the 21st century --
A global minimum wage --
Controlling the global money supply.
Responsibility: Richard Duncan.

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It is predicted that the series of financial and currency crises may soon culminate in the collapse of the US dollar, facilitating a worldwide economic slump. This book confront the imminent dollar  Read more...

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