Libro electrónico gratuito para descargar en pdf Zombie Banks: How Broken Banks and Debtor Nations Are Crippling the Global Economy 9781118094525

Zombie Banks: How Broken Banks and Debtor Nations Are Crippling the Global Economy

Zombie Banks: How Broken Banks and Debtor Nations Are Crippling the Global Economy

by Yalman Onaran

Editorial: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
ISBN: 9781118094525
Número de páginas: 184
Formatos: pdf, ePub, mobi, fb2
Tamaño de archivo: 5 Mb
Fecha de publicación: 2020-11-22
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"Yalman Onaran unravels the common thread that runs through most of our recent financial debacles—big banks with a great deal of leverage that take on crazy risks. And when these banks fail, politicians and regulators consistently prefer to find ways to keep them going as "zombies" that slow recovery and create further crisis waves around the world. Read this book if you would like to understand why the road back to full employment will be so long and difficult. A brilliant and timely contribution; disturbing in every detail."—SIMON JOHNSON, Author, 13 Bankers, and professor, MIT Sloan School of Management "If you don't believe that zombie banks-big banks that should have been left for dead, but instead escaped the grim financial reaper through extensive world-wide government backing-can't cause further global economic destruction, you need the truth. Read Yalman Onaran's razor-sharp, bone-chilling, exceedingly well-documented book, and be afraid. Be very afraid."—NOMI PRINS, Author of It Takes a Pillage "Zombie Banks is a good read, and that's hard to do when you are explaining what we must do to save our largest banks from themselves. I wish Zombie Banks had been in print during the debate on the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act. It is an essential tool for regulators and policymakers engaged in avoiding another financial crisis."—TED KAUFMAN, former U.S. Senator "Good banking was one of the reasons the West was able to grow faster than the rest of the world in the past two centuries. This book shows how bad banking has helped put all that at risk."—JOHN BRUTON, former Taoiseach (Irish prime minister)