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Editors: Thomas Lagoarde-Segot (EUROMED Management, Marseille, France)
Book Description:
The 2007-2010 economic crisis has profoundly shaken the foundations of mainstream financial economics. The apparent falsification of core concepts such as risk diversification, informational efficiency and valuation efficiency by an unexpected course of events has revealed the need to redefine the objectives and direction of research today. In a context where global public opinion has begun to doubt the merits of a deregulated economy, a conceptual void has been opened up, thereby rendering more complex the elaboration of appropriate policy responses. This new book illustrates new paths in economic research by examining the crisis from perspectives which fall outside the conventional theoretical paradigm and which, by virtue of their nonconformity, are in a position to provide a refreshed gaze on former ways of thinking.



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Table of Contents:
Preface
About the Editor
Contributor Bios

Chapter 1. Capital Is Dead: Long Live Ultra Capital?, pp. 1-15
(Jon Cloke)

Chapter 2. The Individual-Collective Dialectic in Management Sciences. A Re-Reading Based on the Interpellation of Finance from a Marketing Standpoint, pp. 17-34
(Bernard Paranque and Bernard Cova)

Chapter 3. Ireland and the Crisis, pp. 35-46
(Ciarán mac an Bhaird)

Chapter 4. The Global Mortgage Crisis Litigation Fallout, pp. 47-80
(William V.Rapp)

Chapter 5. From Finance to Green Technology Activist States, Geopolitical Finance and Hybrid Neoliberalism, pp. 81-100
(Federico Caprotti)

Chapter 6. Globalization and Economic Crisis: Does Information Really Matter?, pp. 101-124
(Leonardo Baccini, Soo Yeon Kim and Fabio Pammolli)

Chapter 7. Towards a New Political Economy of Central Banking, pp. 125-148
(Roy Allen and Kristine Chase)

Chapter 8. In Search of Relevant Regulatory Policies: A Minskyian Analysis of the Current Financial Crisis, pp. 149-167
(Faruk Ülgen)

Chapter 9. Mortgage Markets Matter: Why We Need a Better Understanding of the Mortgage Market to Understand the Financial Crisis, pp. 169-184
(Manuel B. Aalbers)

Chapter 1O. Private Equity and The Current Financial Crisis: Risk and Opportunism, pp. 185-207
(David Weitzner and James Darroch)

Chapter 11. Sub-Prime Crisis : Market Failures or Human Follies?, pp. 209-224
(Arvind K. Jain)

Chapter 12. Portfolios, Information and Geometry: Simplex Orbis Non Sufficit, pp. 225-244
(Eric Briys, Brice Magdalou, Richard Nock)

Index

   Series:
      Global Recession - Causes, Impacts and Remedies
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2010
   Pages: 7 x 10, 256pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-61668-924-7
   Status: AV
  
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