Wrong: nine economic policy disasters and what we can learn from them/ Richard S. Grossman.Publisher: Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013Description: xxi, 266pISBN: 9780199322190 Subject(s): Financial crises- Case studies | Economic policy- Case studiesDDC classification: 339.509 04 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-239) and index.
How to lose an empire without really trying : British imperial policy in North America -- Establish, disestablish, repeat : the first and second banks of the United States -- The great hunger : famine in Ireland, 1846-1852 -- The Krauts will pay : German reparations after World War I -- Shackled with golden fetters : Britain's return to the gold standard, 1925-1931 -- Trading down : the Smooth-Hawley Tariff, 1930 -- Why didn't anyone pull the Andon cord? Japan's lost decade -- The worst financial crisis since the Great Depression : the subprime meltdown -- I'm ok. Euro not ok? -- What have we learned? Where do we go from here?