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Shadow networks : financial disorder and the system that caused crisis / Francisco Louc̦ã and Michael Ash.
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018.
401 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Many accounts of the financial crisis focus on renegade activity in marginal financial sectors. This book argues that far from this pervading view the shadow finance that initiated the crisis is tightly networked with bank-based finance. It traces these networks to explain how the now decade-long crisis took shape.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 347-383) and index.
The World Of Shadow Finance
Greed and the Adventures of Homo economicus
Shadows in Times of Crash
The Whole Alphabet Soup
The Realm of Shadow Finance: How and How Much
Who Decides? Deregulation And Deregulators
Big Business and Family Business
The Liberalizers: Justifying Free-Market Finance
Deeds and Doctrines of the Central Bankers
Skeptics and Critics vs. True Believers
Plutocracy And Oligarchy
Consensus by Schooling and Power: The Indoctrination of the Elites
The Revolving Door
The Web Of Power
The Wild Side of the Street
Capital Controls: The Emergency Brakes
Can the Institutions Be Trusted?
The World We Live In
A Long Stagnation, or Capitalism without Growth
China, A New Global Player
The Shadow Society and Its Fictitious Capital.
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