Exploring the Global Financial CrisisAlan W. Cafruny and Herman M. Schwartz, editors
|2012/263 pages/LC: 2012025376|
Advances in International Political Economy
Did the financial crisis of 2008 and the subsequent recession rearrange the basic structures of the global economy?
To answer that fundamental question, the authors of Exploring the Global Financial Crisis tackle a number of related questions: What has happened, for example, to global flows of people, goods, and capital? Will the euro and the dollar persist as global currencies? Can governments that bailed out failing banks by vastly expanding public debt manage to regain solvency, and at what political cost? Ranging across regions, and from the factors that gave birth to the crisis to current politico-economic rivalries, the authors present both mainstream and critical views on the central issues involved.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Alan W. Cafruny is Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs at Hamilton College. His most recent publications include A Critical Introduction to the European Union and Europe at Bay: In the Shadow of US Hegemony, both coauthored with Magnus Ryner. Herman M. Schwartz is professor of politics at the University of Virginia. He is author of Subprime Nation: American Power, Global Finance, and the Housing Bubble and States vs. Markets: The Emergence of a Global Economy.
- Exploring the Global Financial Crisis—the Editors.
- THE CRISIS IN THE GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY.
- The Crisis of the Eurozone—A.W Cafruny and L.S. Talani.
- The Dollar and East Asia: The Endgame?—R.T. Murphy.
- The Missing Crisis in Latin America—P. Kingstone.
- Migration and Remittances—A. Chebel d'Appollonia.
- THE CRISIS AND US HEGEMONY.
- China and the US in the Battle for Jobs and Growth—H.M. Schwartz.
- Oil and the Sino-American Rivalry—T. Lehmann.
- Can the Euro Rival the US Dollar?—H. Zimmerman.
- CRITICAL VIEWS OF THE CRISIS.
- The Crisis of Home-Centered Consumer Capitalism in the US—M.N. Ivanova.
- Working Classes and Transnational Change—M. Ryner and M. Davies.
- Why Does It Happen Again and Again?—A. Nesvetailova.