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Off the shelf

1907 crisis still a valuable case study

The financial crises of 1907 and 2008 share uncanny similarities, including serious credit and liquidity concerns, and invoking anti-Wall Street sentiments. In 1907,

Authors Bruner and Carr explain why the 1907 panic is a valuable case study for understanding other monetary crises. GetAbstract believes that real life drama fans will love this book.

Also See: The Panic of 1907 (Graphic)

Incisive and vehement

With scimitar-sharp wit and sledgehammer-subtle analysis, William Bonner

Though highly enjoyable and readable, this study tackles a lot of material and is therefore at times quite vehement. Even so, getAbstract recommends it to anyone hoping to understand human behaviour in business and politics.

Also See: Mobs, Messiahs and Markets (Graphic)

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