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The paradox of risk
Angel J. Ubide
Written in English
For decades, economic policymakers have worshipped at the altar of combating inflation, reducing public deficits, and discouraging risky behavior by investors. That mindset made them hesitate when the global financial crisis erupted in 2007-08. Ubide"s thesis is that central banks" fear of inflation and risk taking has hampered their efforts to revive global prosperity. In their confusion, he argues, policymakers made the recovery weaker. He calls on world leaders to abandon old shibboleths and learn the lessons from the financial crisis and its sluggish aftermath.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 271-283) and index.
|Series||Policy analyses in international economics -- 108, Policy analyses in international economics -- 108.|
|LC Classifications||HG230.3 .U25 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 298 pages|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||2016043450|
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