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The Only Game in Town: Central Banks, Instability, and Avoiding the Next Collapse

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER ��Dr. Mohamed A. El-Erian, one of the world�s most influential economic thinkers and the�author of When Markets Collide, has written a roadmap to what lies ahead and the decisions we must make now to stave off the next global economic and financial crisis.Our current economic path is coming to an end. The signposts are all around us: sluggish grow

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How I Caused the Credit Crunch

This is a vivid and personal account of 21st century banking excess. How I Caused the Credit Crunch traces seven years at the forefront of the credit markets - a tale from the heart of the bewildering banking maelstrom whose catastrophic collapse has plunged the world towards the worst recession since the 1930s. Tetsuya Ishikawas story reveals how a young Oxford graduat

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How Do We Fix This Mess? The Economic Price of Having it all, and the Route to Lasting Prosperity

In Robert Pestons new book he explains in his characteristically straightforward way how the world got itself into the current economic mess - and how we might get out of it. How do we fix this mess? I dont know. But dont stop reading now. Perhaps if we have a clearer understanding of what went wrong, well have a better idea of what needs to be done. This book is a ma

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The Fundamentals of Hedge Fund Management

Updated edition of the book that gives investors, advisors, and managers the tools they need to launch and maintain a hedge fund in todays economyThe hedge fund industry has gone through dramatic changes in recent years. Investors of all types continue to want to place their assets into these investment vehicles even in the wake of the credit crisis, massive frauds, and i

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How to Think About Money

There are those who think the goal of investing is to beat the market and amass as much wealth as possible, that street smarts and hard work ensure investment success, and that the road to happiness is paved with more of everything.And then there are those who get it.Want a more prosperous, less stressful financial life? Jonathan Clements, longtime personal finance column

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Why Government Is the Problem

Friedman discusses a government system that is no longer controlled by we, the people. Instead of Lincolns government of the people, by the people, and for the people, we now have a government of the people, by the bureaucrats, for the bureaucrats, including the elected representatives who have become bureaucrats.

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Data Mining Applications with R

Data Mining Applications with R is a great resource for researchers and professionals to understand the wide use of R, a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics, in solving different problems in industry. R is widely used in leveraging data mining techniques across many different industries, including government, finance, insurance, medicine, scie

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Solutions Manual for Principles of Corporate Finance

Prepared by Bruce Swenson (Adelphi University), this manual contains solutions to all practice questions and challenge questions found at the end of each chapter. Thoroughly checked for accuracy, this supplement is available for purchase by students with instructor permission.

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Meltdown: A Free-Market Look at Why the Stock Market Collapsed, the Economy Tanked, and the Government Bailout Will Make Things Worse

If you are fed up with Washington boondoggles, and you like the small-government, politically-incorrect thinking of Ron Paul, then youll love Tom Woodss Meltdown. In clear, no-nonsense terms, Woods explains what led up to this economic crisis, whos really to blame, and why government bailouts wont work. Woods will reveal:* Which brave few economists predicted the econo

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Bourgeois Equality: How Ideas, Not Capital or Institutions, Enriched the World

There�s little doubt that most humans today are better off than their forebears. Stunningly so, the economist and historian Deirdre McCloskey argues in the concluding volume of her trilogy celebrating the oft-derided virtues of the bourgeoisie. The poorest of humanity, McCloskey shows, will soon be joining the comparative riches of Japan and Sweden and Botswana.Why? Mo

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