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This is a very dry and boring book for you to read, at this moment I only read the half book.
This is the best book on financial history I have ever read, by the greatest economic historian of the 20th century.
This book is a too comprehensive review of every little problem major economies have experienced over many years.
This book is full of valuable insight, yet it is not for a casual reader. The concepts presented are discussed as though the reader initally possesses a detailed knowledge of... Read morePublished 2 days ago by A
Excellent... well researched book that documents manias, panics, and crashes, their origins and how they are defined using a multitude of examplesPublished 1 month ago by Frank V Trombino
This is not the review for the content of the book, but for the format of this book. The font in the paperback is so small that I ended up returning the book and ordered the kindle... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sceptic
This is really a 3.5, it is a good in formative read. It can be a little dry at times.Published 4 months ago by richard lindberg
This is a very dry and boring book for you to read, at this moment I only read the half book. However, if you get patience and persistence, you will start to understand the root... Read morePublished 5 months ago by steven meng
On the history of financial crisis. One of the best out there. As a College Professor in Business and having done research on the 2008 global crisis, this book provides an... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Nick
This is well written though, given my two stars, I have to say I disagree with his synopsis. I have been reading a lot of Austrian perspective in the last years and I like how the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Matt
All you must know about the causes and consequences of
financial crises. We'll have to live with more crises in the future
so the better we understand them the 'milder'... Read more