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As we tour the 400 year history of capitalism through its various phases of development, financial system instability is always there lurking in the shadows. The historical record attests that the processes of aggregating capital for real investment are inescapably vulnerable to risk, manic speculation, unserviceable debt, and crises; and with each episode of instability, a trail of devastation follows. Economic historians such as Hyman Minsky, Charles Kindleberger and others have studied this history and have exposed certain boom-bust patterns that have a way of stubbornly repeating themselves.
This book posits that the large-scale financial crises that the world has experienced over the last 30 years are more or less the latest segments in this narrative, but with some distinct characteristics. In the period spanning the stock market crash of 1987 to the banking crisis of 2008 and its aftermath - the Greenspan Era - there were key institutional and ideological developments rooted in contemporary neoliberalism that have reshaped the historic rise-and-fall patterns to become more severe and widespread. In this important volume, Magnuson suggests the next episode will be a massive financial cyclone that will send us all tumbling toward a perilous future.
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- Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
- Erscheinungstermin: 30.12.2018
- ISBN-13: 9783030047207
- Artikelnr.: 54832882
Chapter 2: Taking the Long View
Chapter 3: Fortune 500 and Wall Street Leviathans
Chapter 4: Corporate Hegemony and the Mutual Support Network
Chapter 5: Contemporary Neoliberalism
Chapter 6: Everyday Neoliberalism
Chapter 7: The Crises of the Eighties and the Ascent of the Greenspan Era
Chapter 8: The Washington Consensus and the Epic Crises of the Nineties
Chapter 9: The 2008 Meltdown
Chapter 10: Microfinance and Loan Sharking
Chapter 11: Will Peer-to-Peer and Equity Crowdfunding Be Different?
Chapter 12: The Neoliberal Oxymoron of Green Capitalism
Chapter 13: Conclusion