How the financial crisis really happened, and what it really meant: 3 books packed with lessons for investors and policymakers! These three books offer unsurpassed insight into the causes and implications of the global financial crisis: information every investor and policy-maker needs to prepare for an extraordinarily uncertain future. In qFinancial Shock, Updated Edition, q renowned economist Mark Zandi provides the most concise, lucid account of the economic, political, and regulatory causes of the collapse, plus new insights into the continuing impact of the Obama administration's policies. Zandi doesn't just illuminate the roles of mortgage lenders, investment bankers, speculators, regulators, and the Fed: he offers sensible recommendations for preventing the qnext qcollapse. In qExtreme Money, q best-selling author and global finance expert Satyajit Das reveals the spectacular, dangerous money games that are generating increasingly massive bubbles of fake growth, prosperity, and wealth, while endangering the jobs, possessions, and futures of everyone outside finance. Das explains how everything from home mortgages to climate change have become fully financialized... how qvoodoo bankingq keeps generating massive phony profits even now... and how a new generation of qMasters of the Universeq has come to own the world. Finally, in qThe Fearful Rise of Markets, q top qFinancial Timesq global finance journalist John Authers reveals how the first truly global super bubble was inflated, and may now be inflating again. He illuminates the multiple roots of repeated financial crises, presenting a truly global view that avoids both oversimplification and ideology. Most valuable of all, Authers offers realistic solutions: for decision-makers who want to prevent disaster, and investors who want to survive it. qFrom world-renowned leaders and experts, includingq Dr. Mark Zandi, Satyajit Das, and John AuthersHomeowners also raised hundreds of billions via increased home equity borrowing. ... of their homes, either taking a lump-sum check with a second mortgage or setting up a home equity line of credit up to a ... Some long-term residents of New Jersey beach towns, for example, moved to less expensive homes 200 400 600anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Financial Crisis in Perspective (Collection)|
|Author||:||Mark Zandi, Satyajit Das, John Authers|
|Publisher||:||FT Press - 2012-05-01|