"Where Akerlof and Shiller break new ground is the sweeping application of the idea of the 'phishing equilibrium' to finance. . . . The style of "Phishing for Phools" will be familiar to fans of Shiller's work: light on jargon and pacy enough not to outstay its welcome. The authors tell some engaging tales."--Robin Harding, "Financial Times"
"Economist Rogoff, the former chief economist of the International Monetary Fund, offers a detailed case for eliminating paper money. . . . For both the elimination of paper money and the employment of negative interest rates to combat deflationary recessions, Rogoff painstakingly presents both the advantages and the drawbacks. . . . Provocative."--"Library Journal"
An important book that is long overdue. "Next Gen PhD" displays broad experience and command of the most critical steps in the transition from academic researcher to working professional. A state-of-the-art, go-to book for science PhDs and those thinking of pursuing one.--Andrew Green, University of California, Berkeley
A timely and provocative account of why the euro has failed and why, as a result, the Union will unravel
Europe's center-left is rapidly falling out of love with the European single currency.
"This book takes general readers on a journey from simple addition to the modern theory of modular forms. Plentiful and accurate references are available for interested readers who want to look up further information."--Xiaoheng Wang, Princeton University
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