|LC Classifications||HC106.5 .C4827|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||59002342|
The Best Economics Books of All Time list includes works by many of the great economists along with many leading books on major issues in the field. The list is for those with a serious interest in economics, but not necessarily for economics professionals; it contains some books on the principles of economics, but is light on theory. Economic Recovery: Lessons from the Post-World War II Period. But a closer examination of the actual events of the immediate postwar period provides a picture that is much more nuanced and at odds with the world view that government intervention is the essential ingredient of prosperity. Not only is the book fascinating in covering the last 4 economic downturns, it really put things into perspective about why the "great recession" was so devastating to the entire world. I now have a much better understanding of what a recession and recovery can do and be.5/5(2). The fact that there is essentially no productivity decline suggests that the sources and mechanisms of the U.S. recession differ substantially from earlier postwar recessions in the United States, and also from the parallel recessions of .
Credit is a perennial understudy in models of the economy. But it became the protagonist in the Great Recession, reviving a role it had not played since the Great Depression. In fact, the central part played by credit in the downturn and weak recovery of recent years is not unusual. A study of 14 advanced economies over the past years shows that financial . Areas of expertise Global finance • Macro economics • Social Security • Corporate financing • Financial markets • Money and banking Biography Before joining the Center for American Progress in December of , Christian Weller was a macro economist at the Economic Policy Institute. Education Ph.D. Economics, University of Massachusetts (Amherst), M.A. . The German Currency and Economic Reform: Lessons for European Monetary Policy It begins with a description of the economic and monetary order in postwar Germany. book . The period between and in the U.S. has also been called a lost decade on occasion since two deep recessions at the beginning and end of the period resulted in a net-zero gain for many declines in real estate values and the stock market resulted in significant losses, including the S&P 's worst ever year performance with a % .
The Japanese economic miracle is known as Japan's record period of economic growth between the post-World War II era to the end of the Cold the economic boom, Japan rapidly became the world's second largest economy (after the United States).By the s, Japan's demographics began stagnating and the workforce was no longer expanding as it did in the . cause it appeared to be the first postwar test of the basic strength of the New Economy equipped as it was with a whole array of built-in stabilizers. In retrospect it is clear, I believe, that it was scarcely such a test. The — recession seems to have been hardly more than a warning signal that such a test could occur. TheAuthor: Benjamin Caplan. Of all economic recessions experienced by the United States in the postwar period, the Great Recession that began in was the deepest, longest, and most destructive. Nevada was among the hardest hit states, its people reeling from the aftereffects, and the state government also experiencing a severe fiscal crisis.5/5(2). The Recession of / in the Context of Postwar Recessions.! 5 the marketp lace given the overall change in industry information. 18 The overal l industry attractivenessAuthor: Henrik Von Scheel.