Tag Archives: economics

Financialisation

Book Review: Other People’s Money, by John Kay I picked this up a while ago from the book-swap shelf at work; several years ago I’d read the author’s The Truth About Markets, so I thought this would be worth a … Continue reading

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Anyone can become President

Book Review: The Black Swan, by Nassim Nicholas Taleb I’m not sure why this turned up in the work book sale, as it’s the 2010 edition; maybe it was filler in part of a package shipped for review, or discovered … Continue reading

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Spend what is left after Saving

Book Review: China and America – A Time of Reckoning, by Charles Dumas There’s a book-swap shelf at work and unsurprisingly, although there’s a range of general material, there are quite a few more specialist books in the realm of … Continue reading

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The Way We Save Now

Book Review: Empire of the Fund – The Way We Save Now, by William A Birdthistle I picked this up recently in a work book sale. At a glance I wondered at its American bias, but thought it would probably … Continue reading

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