The subprime crisis and the global recession are almost over. But what will be their long-term consequences? In engaging prose, this book argues how crisis policies and growth policies alike are steering the world towards the "Age of the Twin Crises". It depicts an uncomfortable new reality for globalization, international relations, the market economy, and future economic growth. But it does map out an agenda for better markets and smarter government. Insightful and provocative - mixing economics, politics, history, and law - this book will be an inspiring and confrontational read for anyone interested in understanding the new post-meltdown world.
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of pages||145|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|