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Can We Avoid Another Financial Crisis? (The Future of Capitalism)
by Steve Keen
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The Great Financial Crash had cataclysmic effects on the global economy, and took conventional economists completely by surprise. Many leading commentators declared shortly before the crisis that the magical recipe for eternal stability had been found. Less than a year later, the biggest economic crisis since the Great Depression erupted.

In this explosive book, Steve Keen, one of the very few economists who anticipated the crash, shows why the self-declared experts were wrong and how ever-rising levels of private debt make another financial crisis almost inevitable unless politicians tackle the real dynamics causing financial instability. He also identifies the economies that have become ?The Walking Dead of Debt?, and those that are next in line ‒ including Australia, Belgium, China, Canada and South Korea.

A major intervention by a fearlessly iconoclastic figure, this book is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the true nature of the global economic system.



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rank: #14,226
price: $12.30
bound: 140 pages
publisher: Polity; 1 edition (May 1, 2017)
lang: English
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isbn: 1509513736, 978-1509513734,
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Bryan marked it as to-read Apr 27, 2017 Sai Menglong marked it as to-read Feb 11, 2017 We use cookies to offer an improved online experience and offer you content and services adapted to your interestsKeen again proves himself to be a top destroyer of economic orthodoxy() The most important was that Godley did not make the assumptions the mainstream required: his papers discussed inter-sectoral monetary and credit flows, not the optimising behaviour of rational agentsNk rated it really liked it May 27, 2017 Keens own contribution at the time was to point out that it wouldnt take a collapse of credit to cause a serious economic downturn a mere slowdown in the rate of lending would do the jobBorderline countries those with one strong requisite but not both are the Netherlands and Switzerland (debt above 200 per cent of GDP and moderate credit of about 5 per cent of GDP per year for the last five years), Finland, France and New Zealand (debt above 175 per cent of GDP and credit of about 5 per cent of GDP), and Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand (debt above 125 per cent of GDP and credit above 10 per cent of GDP)Nikola Bakic rated it really liked it Jun 04, 2017 But be sure you dont need a degree in economics to understand the premise of this book (in fact I think its better if you dont, given the cognitive dissonance neoclassical economists with trained incapacity (to quote Thorstein Veblen) will have to go through

One word of caution: Keen uses "debt" for the total amount borrowed and "credit" for how fast debt is changingWarrick marked it as to-read May 08, 2017 Back Game of Mates: How favours bleed the nation Cameron Murray 4.5 out of 5 stars 10 Kindle Edition$11.99 J IS FOR JUNK ECONOMICS: A Guide To Reality In An Age Of Deception Michael HudsonKindle Edition$17.37 Adults In The Room: My Battle With Europes Deep Establishment Yanis Varoufakis 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 Kindle Edition$17.99 The Production of Money: How to Break the Power of Bankers Ann PettiforKindle Edition$14.35 Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist Kate RaworthKindle Edition$17.99 The Great Multinational Tax Rort: how were all being robbed Martin Feil 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 Kindle Edition$12.93 Next Product details Format: Kindle Edition File Size: 2089 KB Print Length: 153 pages Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1509513736 Publisher: Polity; 1 edition (9 May 2017) Sold by:Amazon Australia Services, IncThis problem may be due to unusual network activity coming from your Internet Service ProviderJohn marked it as to-read May 07, 2017 However, Keen should delve deeper into some of his theories because his macro mechanics of endogenous money if correctly understood have huge implications, but his rejection of microfoundations (which he thinks can only be presented as a DSGE macromodel, but also even advocating rejection of partial equilibrium analysis) through pretty weak points and a lack to push his analysis of money, credit, banking and debt (I'm looking forward to seeing if he goes over the banking/currency and bullionist/antibullionist debates) to more rigorous conclusions is somewhat disappointing

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful4.0 out of 5 stars Lacks an introduction for laymen 8 June 2017 By Marius Mollersen - Published on Amazon.comFormat: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase I had already read Keen's "Debunking." and some mainstream macro and micro before that, but I still had a hard time digesting the initial assertions in this bookViar Ingason marked it as to-read Apr 12, 2017 Stephen McCormack rated it liked it May 28, 2017 Kelby Carlson rated it liked it May 18, 2017 Hielke marked it as to-read Apr 09, 2017 TJ Burns marked it as to-read Feb 09, 2017 As a result of these blinders, Keen argues that in some countries namely Australia, Belgium, Canada, Norway and South Korea, the level of private debt/GDP has grown exponentially and are bound to experience what USA went through in 2007 as they reach their Minsky moment (pg.94-95), and In order to avoid crisis and also get the debt-zombie countries such as Japan, US ( pg.87-89) out of stagnation, Keen proposes a modern debt jubilee, however he acknowledges that such policies are difficult to implement politically, and also might not be enough in long-term, considering the inherent unstable nature of capitalist economic system with debt-based moneyProfessor keen (who predicted the GFC among handful other economists) uses at times amusing language and analogies to explain why the Krugmans and Samuelsons and all other idiot savants of the economic world, failed to se Why countries with sky-high private debt such as Australia, Belgium, China, Canada, Norway and South Korea, cant avoid recession.Brilliant concise book on the mechanisms that lead to financial crisis and the reasons why financial crisis are endemic under conventional policies

Barclays Plc Chairman John McFarlane said hes confident much of the trading Deliver to your Kindle or other device Send a free sample Deliver to your Kindle or other device Redeem a promotion code or gift card Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Can We Avoid Another Financial Crisis? (The Future of Capitalism) 1st , Kindle Edition by Steve Keen (Author) Be the first to review this item See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Amazon Price New from Used from Kindle Edition, 9 May 2017 "Please retry" $14.35 — — Kindle Edition $14.35 The Great Financial Crash had cataclysmic effects on the global economy, and took conventional economists completely by surpriseBecause a private debt bubble stimulates demand while it is expanding, the incumbent on whose watch the bubble begins gets an undeserved reputation for effective economic managementMay 09, 2017 Eric Bottorff rated it really liked it review of another edition I wish it had been a little longer, and expanded more on the political economy of debt.() Anderson specifically rejected the approach of extrapolating from the micro to the macro within physicsMadmen in authority, who hear voices in the air, are distilling their frenzy from some academic scribbler of a few years backAbove all, private debt matters and public debt does notEtcThis book has earned a positive rating 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful5.0 out of 5 stars Simple clear explanation of where we are economically 30 May 2017 By Michael Cowen - Published on Amazon.comFormat: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase Brilliantly summarised book on where we are economically and what we need to do about it

Inventory marked it as to-read Mar 20, 2017 Wages fall as a share of GDP.By being so compact, this book is able to concentrate attention on the easy-to-understand mathematical principles that underlie the junk economics mainstreamIs rampant narcissism undermining American democracy? Newsweek4 days agoKeith Campbell published The Narcissism Epidemic , a haunting diagnostic detailing a gradual, but seismic shift in the nations cultural norm towards self-admirationThe public treats bank debt as morally equivalent to debts between individuals, where failure to repay forces a genuine loss on the lenderTheir approach to sleuthing has more in common with Peter Sellers and his comic invention, the bumbling detective Inspector Clouseau, than it has with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Sherlock HolmesThere is much more in the book, buy it already.What does magnificent settling of scores look like? Lets take a look and be awed, illuminated and entertained: The textbooks from which mainstream economists learn their craft shielded students from the absurdity of these responses, and thus set them up to unconsciously make inane rationalisations themselves when they later constructed what they believed were microeconomically sound models of macroeconomics, based on the fiction of a representative consumerTom Zemko marked it as to-read Jan 03, 2017 07f867cfac



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