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Panderer to power : the untold story of how Alan Greenspan enriched Wall Street and left a legacy of recession

Author: Frederick Sheehan
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A look at the man behind the bubble economies of the last two decades reveals the mix of ambition and poor judgment that compelled the former Fed Chairman, Alan Greenspan, to set policies that enriched Wall Street at the expense of the American economy.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Alan Greenspan; Alan Greenspan
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick Sheehan
ISBN: 9780071615426 0071615423
OCLC Number: 464618452
Description: x, 390 p. ; 24cm.
Contents: Introduction to Pt. 1--Prelude to power, 1926-1987 --
1. Early years : the education of Alan Greenspan, 1926-1958 --
2. The dark side of prosperity, 1958-1967 --
3. Advising Nixon : "I could have a real eaffect", 1967-1973 --
4. President Ford's Council of Economic Advisers, 1973-1976 --
5. The 1980 presidential election : boosting Carter, Reagan, and Kennedy, 1976-1980 --
6. Parties, publicity, promotion--and lobbying for the Federal Reserve chairmanship, 1980-1987 --
7. Lincoln Savings and Loan Association, 1984-1985 --
8. "The new Mr. Dollar" : chairman of the Federal Reserve, 1987 --
Introduction to Pt. 2--The pinnacle of power, 1987-2006 --
9. The Stock Market crash and the recession that Greenspan missed, 1987-1990 --
10. Restoring the economy : Greenspan underwrites the carry trade, 1990-1994 --
11. Cutting rates and running for another term as chairman, 1995-1996 --
12. The productivity mirage that Greenspan doubted, 1995-1997 --
13. "Irrational exuberance" and other disclosures, 1995-1998 --
14. In a bubble of his own, 1998 --
15. Long-term capital management : a lesson ignored, 1998 --
16. Greenspan launches his doctrine, November 1998-May 1999 --
17. "This is insane!!" June-December 1999 --
18. Greenspan's postbubble solution : tighten money, January-May 2000 --
19. The maestro's open-mouth policy, June-December 2000 --
20. Stocks collapse and America asks : "what happens when King Alan goes?" 2001 --
21. The Fed's prescription for economic depletion, 1994-2002 --
22. The mortgage machine, 1989-2007 --
23. Greenspan's victory lap : his last years at the Fed, 2002-2006 --
Introduction to Pt. 3--the consequences of power, 2006-2009 --
24. The great distortion, 2006 --
25. Fast money on the crack-up, 2006 --
26. Cheap talk : Greenspan and the Bernanke Fed, 2007 --
27. "I plead not guilty!" 2007-2008 --
28. Greenspan's hometown, 2008 --
29. Life after Greenspan, 2009-
Responsibility: Frederick J. Sheehan.
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