Economics as if People Really Mattered - Week Six - Conclusion from conormccabe
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Selection from the 1987 publication, Debt and Danger: The World Financial Crisis, by Harold Lever and Christopher Huhne, which discusses the rise of credit in the post-war period and the austerity policies of the IMF in Latin America.
The chapters hold a lot of relevance for us here today in Ireland and the EU, as the […]
Extract from the 2011 Financial Crisis Inquiry Report. Covers the rise of shadow banking in the US. The file can be downloaded here.
Open publication - Free publishing - More banking
Great post by RepoWatch editor Mary Fricker on shadow banking.
You know when you read a phrase or someone mentions it and it kind of rings a bell?
Well, I always associate the phrase ‘we’re no angels’ not with the two films of that name, but with John Burton mainly because of the column written by Gene Kerrigan where he tells the story of Fine […]
I’m facilitating a series of workshops at the moment, the focus of which is on the nature of money, finance and banking in Ireland and the EU. The core text that we’re working off is Mary Mellor’s The Future of Money: From Financial Crisis to Public Resource.
The class on Wednesday is focusing in on […]
MAP OF THE SHADOW BANKING SYSTEM
[High-Res. copy of the map available here.]
The report by Moodys is from 2008 and is available as a PDF here. The author of the report is Zoltan Pozsar.