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Feldkamp
ISBN: 978-1-118-93579-8
Hardcover
256 pages
October 2014
List Price: 75.00 USD
9,000,000 IRR / 6,749,000 IRR افزودن به سبد
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Praise for Financial Stability

“Read this book! In my 25 years of working in the fields of banking and financial academia, I have yet to meet a better mind for financial markets than Fred Feldkamp. He has a rare ability to navigate the legal, regulatory, trading, and practical elements of financial markets with crystal clear thinking and easy to understand writing.”
Paul Schulte, CEO, Schulte Research, Assistant Professor of Finance at Hong Kong University and Senior Fellow at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University

“Santayana’s dictum that those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it is never truer than when it comes to financial history. Scams, panics, and crashes come with startling regularity, but everyday investors fall prey to events every time. Fortunately, astute readers now have a new book, Financial Stability from Chris Whalen and Fred Feldkamp, that devotes considerable space to the long history of financial chicanery of all types. The scope is impressive including ancient empires, the Bank of England, the history of U.S. banking, the Great Depression, and more recent follies. But the book does not stop at history; it goes on to survey today’s financial landscape with a gimlet eye that looks at hidden liabilities, disappearing assets, and bubbles-in-the-making that should give savers and investors pause. Importantly, Whalen and Feldkamp separate themselves from the doom-and gloom crowd by using hard data instead of conspiracy theories and sound analysis instead of ideological rants. They also offer concrete solutions and thoughtful policy recommendations in case any bankers or policymakers are still listening. Even if the elites are not paying attention, the everyday investor can benefit greatly from the scholarship and engaging style on display here. Whalen and Feldkamp’s book is a tour de force and badly needed right now.”
—James Rickards, author of bestsellers The Death of Money and Currency Wars

“Isaac Newton’s observations about a falling apple revealed the simple natural order from which God set the world in motion. In this book, Feldkamp and Whalen make observations that similarly touch on the natural order of commercial relations among men. As one of the leading U.S. finance lawyers with a forty-year focus on the interplay between law, accounting, and economics, Feldkamp has held a unique vantage point from which to observe how changes in laws and rules impact markets. Feldkamp and Whalen review the fall of the U.S. economy in 2008 and the subsequent recovery and compare that experience against the history of markets over 2,000 years to make observations that every government official, policy maker, lawyer, trader, accountant, economist, businessperson, and citizen needs to understand.”
—Michael S. Smith, Managing Partner of Chicago Office, Baker McKenzie

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