From Publishers Weekly
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"This is an ambitious book by one of the most respected financial journalists of our time... He does a terrific job, taking us through the plethora of theories that were put out to explain the imbalances, debunking the more popular but flaky ones with gusto." -- Financial Times
"Wolf is adamant: global trade and global finance ride in harness, and global finance requires controls -- controls that cover all nations. Agree or not, get the book and expand your understanding of precisely what has brought the United States to its current flirtation with disaster." -- Arthur Jones, The Desk
"In the diligent Fixing Global Finance, the Financial Times editor and columnist takes on the imbalances that have made the world economy lopsided." -- Andrew Bast, Newsweek
"Heavy but rewarding, Wolf's analysis fills in a lot of blanks for those seeking to understand the new U.S. recession in a global context." -- Publishers Weekly
"An extremely helpful guide to the origins of today's problems and to possible solutions... Written before the crisis, it is unhindered by minutiae about the credscendo of ad hoc measures that several governments took throughout the fall." -- Harold James, Foreign Affairs
"If Mr. Wolf were to rewrite his book... he would no doubt shift his emphasis. But his first run at the subject... holdes up remarkably well despite all that has happened." -- Economist