The Force of Finance

The Force of Finance : Triumph of the Capital Markets

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(NOT FOR SALE IN CANADA) Brenner examines whether the 21st Century will be another American century; the financial and regulatory changes required to adjust to a more mobile world; religion and nationalism; the connection between democracy and financial markets; and the links between higher education and myths societies live by. And all this is in clear, compelling writing that is devoid of more

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  • Hardback | 220 pages
  • 156 x 228 x 26mm | 480.82g
  • Cengage Learning, Inc
  • Texere Publishing
  • Florence, United States
  • English
  • 1587991306
  • 9781587991301

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Acknowledgements Preface for the US and International Edition Introduction 1.Another American Century 2.Capital markets and Democracy 3.Globalization: The Long Road from Immobility 4.Direct Democracy and Financial markets: What Do They Have in Common 5.Monetary Standards and the International Financial System 6.Nationalism 7.Extracting Sunbeams Out of Cucumbers 8.The Future of Higher Education 9.A Financial Twenty-first Century Select Bibliography Indexshow more

About Reuven Brenner

Reuven Brenner, Ph.D., has held the Repap Chair of Business at McGill Universtiy since 1991. He is associated with DUXX in Monterrey, Mexico, and He studied at Hebrew University in Israel, where his family had emigrated from Romania in 1962. Brenner won a Fullbright Fellowship to the University of Chicago, where he lectured between 1`977 and 1980, then taught at the University de Montreal from 1981 to more

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