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Book review: the money trap: escaping the grip of global finance

By Alex Moore


The Money Trap discusses how governments have failed to understand the roots of the rolling crisis and recession of 2007-12 and argue that these roots lie in the interaction of an elastic credit supply, dysfunctional banking systems and an unreformed international monetary system. Robert Pringle argues that a root-and-branch reform of both banking and of international money is required, although reviewer Alex Moore finds that the book is not an entirely convincing case

Topics: HG Finance
Publisher: Blog post from London School of Economics & Political Science
Year: 2012
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