by Robert J. Barbera
Hardcover, 246 pages, McGraw-Hill, List Price: $27.95 | purchase
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Examines the financial crises of the past two decades to offer an analysis of the current recession, and argues for a new economic paradigm that limits the potential mayhem of the free market without sacrificing innovation and economic growth.
June 23, 2009 The steps taken to prevent an economic collapse have challenged longstanding assumptions about the operation of modern free-market capitalism championed by Adam Smith, and the role of the government in the economy.
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