[Group Buy] Charles Morris – Money Greed and Risk
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Charles Morris

Charles Morris – Money Greed and Risk

Charles R. Morris has many highly praised books to his credit, ranging from Computer Wars (on the fall of IBM) to American Catholic (on the rise of the American Catholic Church). He has published his opinion pieces in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic Monthly, The New Republic and the Harvard Business Review. He was for many years managing partner of a consulting firm specializing in the financial services and investment banking industries, and was also a group executive at Chase Manhattan Bank. Money Greed

Money, Greed, & Risk is that rare book which, through adroit analysis of both historical and contemporary events and their leading players, lends new insights into the causes of financial turmoil.

Here’s what you’ll get:

  • Explores the eternal cycle of financial crises: from brilliant innovation to gross excess and inevitable crash, before investors and institutions catch up Money Greed
  • Explains the shift of financial power from Britain to across the Atlantic, culminating in the American financial system growing from a capital–starved backwater in the nineteenth century to one that plays a leading role in the world today
  • Examines the technological, economic, demographic, and industrial experiences that caused the financial engine to kick into such a high gear in the 1980s and 1990s
  • Shows how the boom–and–bust cycle in early American history helps illuminate recent global events such as in South Asia and Russia. In the process we become more realistic about what to expect during the nascent stages of capitalism and market development everywhere
  • Explains that globalization is nothing new. The investment system in the nineteenth century was perhaps even more global that the world today
  • Looks at contemporary financial geniuses – Michael Milken is a good example – and shows that they didn′t invent any financial instruments that nineteenth–century counterparts like Jay Gould hadn′t already thought of. Money Greed


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