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The intellectual origins of the global financial crisis

The intellectual origins of the global financial crisis

Author: Roger Berkowitz; Taun N Toay
Publisher: New York : Fordham University Press, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats

Responses to the financial crash of 2008 by a unique combination of scholars (primarily economists and political philosophers) and actual players in the world of finance-including from Wall Street,  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roger Berkowitz; Taun N Toay
ISBN: 9780823249602 0823249603 9780823249619 0823249611
OCLC Number: 785077500
Description: ix, 217 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction : the burden of our times / Roger Berkowitz --
Part I. Hannah Arendt and the burden of our times. Can Arendt's discussion of imperialism help us understand the current financial crisis? / Tracy B. Strong --
"No revolution required" / Jerome Kohn --
Judging the financial crisis / Antonia Grunenberg --
Part II. Business values and the financial crisis. Capitalism, ethics, and the financial crash / David Callahan --
An interview with Paul Levy / Roger Berkowitz --
An interview with Vincent Mai / Roger Berkowitz --
Brazil as a model? / Alexander R. Bazelow --
An interview with Raymundo Magliano Filho / Cláudia Perrone-Moisés --
Round table : the burden of our times / Raymond Baker [and others] --
Part III. The crisis of economics. The roots of the crisis / Sanjay G. Reddy --
Where Keynes went wrong / Hunter Lewis --
Managed money, the "Great Recession," and beyond / Dimitri B. Papadimitriou --
Turning the economy into a casino / David B. Matias and Sophia V. Burress --
Part IV. The origins of the financial crisis from nationalism to neoliberalism. Capitalism : neither problem /nor solution, but temporary victim of the financial crisis / Liah Greenfeld --
Retrieving chance : neoLiberalism, finance capitalism, and the antinomies of governmental reason / Robyn Marasco --
The end of neoliberaLism? / Miguel de Beistegui --
Short-term thinking / Olivia Custer --
Can there be a people's commons? The significance of Rosa Luxemburg's Accumulation of capital / Drucilla Cornell --
An economic epilogue / Taun N. Toay.
Responsibility: edited by Roger Berkowitz and Taun N. Toay.


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"An important contribution to the discussions about the origins and character of the financial crisis." -- -Jacob Dahl Rendtorff Roskilde University "A novel, intriguing and fruitful angle from which Read more...

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