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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Moran, Michael, 1946-
Politics of banking.
Basingstoke : Macmillan, 1986
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|ISBN:||0333424123 9780333424124 0333424115 9780333424117|
|Notes:||Previous edition: 1984.
|Description:||ix, 205 pages ; 23 cm.|
|Series Title:||Studies in policy-making.|
Moran weaves this detailed study of banking into a more general anlaysis of modern policy making, arguing that complexity is the cause of most policy failures, in the economy and elsewhere. He examines in detail the notion of complexity, applies it to banking and extends the argument to a wider set of policy problems. The book will therefore interest not only anyone concerned with money and banking, but also anyone puzzled by policy failure in the modern state.