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Financial turmoil in Europe and the United States.
New York : PublicAffairs, ©2012
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Introduction by George Soros --
The worst meltdown in sixty years --
Incomplete reforms and an incomplete currency --
The second phase : China, Germany, and the euro in crisis --
China & Germany : recognizing their hegemonic responsibilities? --
Will the euro survive? : why America and the world must care --
Index. pt. 1. 2008: after the crash. The worst market crisis in 60 years ; The perilous price of oil ; Paulson cannot be allowed a blank check ; Recapitalise the banking system ; How to capitalize the banks and save finance ; America must lead a rescue of emerging economies --
pt. 2. 2009: The right and wrong financial reform. The right and wrong way to bail out the banks ; Peripheral care should be the central concern ; One way to stop bear raids ; The three steps to financial reform ; Do not ignore the need for financial reform --
pt. 3. 2010: the crisis goes global. The euro will face bigger tests than Greece ; Reforming a broken mortgage system ; America must face up to the dangers of derivatives ; The crisis and the euro ; America needs stimulus not virtue ; China must fix the global currency crisis ; Europe should rescue banks before states --
pt. 4. 2011: The Eurozone. How Germany can avoid a two-speed Europe ; True Europeans now need a 'Plan B' ; Germany must defend the euro ; Three steps to resolving the Eurozone crisis ; Does the euro have a future? ; How to stop a second great depression ; A routemap through the Eurozone minefield ; A seven point plan to save the Eurozone ; The ECB must step in to save the Eurozone.
Kirkus Reviews "Soros is someone who has made his billions... anticipating the reaction of markets to ordinary realities, pleasant and otherwise--so it's well worth paying attention to his views on
- Financial crises -- Europe.
- Financial crises -- United States.
- Monetary policy -- Europe.
- Europe -- Economic policy.
- United States -- Economic policy.
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Economic Conditions.
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Economic History.
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Economics -- Comparative.
- POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Economic Conditions.
- Economic policy.
- Financial crises.
- Monetary policy.
- United States.