The Restructuring of Capitalism in Our TimeeBook - 2012
Actions taken by the United States and other countries during the Great Recession focused on restoring the viability of major financial institutions while guaranteeing debt and stimulating growth. Once the markets stabilized, the United States enacted regulatory reforms that ultimately left basic economic structures unchanged, and the political class pursued austerity measures to curb the growing national debt. Drawing on the economic theories of Keynes and Minsky and applying them to the evolution of American banking and finance, William K. Tabb offers a chilling prediction about future.
Publisher: New York : Columbia University Press, ©2012
Characteristics: 1 online resource (viii, 341 pages)