The Cost of Capitalism

Understanding Market Mayhem and Stabilizing Our Economic Future

by Robert J. Barbera

The Cost of Capitalism

Hardcover, 246 pages, McGraw-Hill, List Price: $27.95 | purchase

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The Cost of Capitalism
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Understanding Market Mayhem and Stabilizing Our Economic Future
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Robert J. Barbera

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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.

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