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Economic puppetmasters : lessons from the halls of power

Author: Lawrence Lindsey
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : AEI Press, 1999.
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"This book provides an insider's perspective on the bureaucratic structure of governmental institutions that shape economic policy and on the incentives and limitations of the individuals who head those institutions. The book is a work of contemporary history, written as events unfold. We do not know how today's events will end, but without a doubt they pose the greatest challenge since the Second World War to those  Read more...
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Lindsey, Lawrence.
Economic puppetmasters.
Washington, D.C. : AEI Press, 1999
(OCoLC)654329506
Named Person: Alan Greenspan; Eisuke Sakakibara; Helmut Kohl; George Soros; Alan Greenspan; Helmut Kohl; Eisuke Sakakibara; George Soros
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lawrence Lindsey
ISBN: 0844740810 9780844740812 0844740829 9780844740829
OCLC Number: 40298443
Description: x, 215 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Masters of the System--Or Its Servants? --
The Contrarian at the Center --
Supply Shocks and Creative Destruction --
The Mandarin --
Mandate of Heaven Withdrawn --
The Dictates of History --
Europe's Great Experiment --
On a Clear Day You Can See Forever --
An Intellectual Confusion between Supply and Demand --
The Criteria for Successful Economic Management.
Responsibility: Lawrence B. Lindsey.

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Offers an insider's perspective on the bureaucratic structure of governmental institutions that shape economic policy, and the incentives and limitations of the individuals who head them.  Read more...

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