The Itinerant Economist

The Itinerant Economist: Memoirs of a Dismal Scientist

Non-Fiction, Business Biography & Memoir, Business, Finance & Law, Education
Paperback Published on: 03/04/2014
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Synopsis

Economists and bankers have long been much maligned individuals; but never more so than in the wake of the Global Financial Crisis. Working as an economist for various financial institutions, for more than 25 years Russell Jones had a foot in both camps, plying his trade in a number of global financial centres and points in between, and experiencing at first hand the extraordinary ebb and flow of an industry that came to exert a disproportionate influence on the lives of almost everyone on the planet. In the process, he met some remarkable people, witnessed dramatic shifts in the balance of global economic and political power, explored in detail the labyrinthine complexities involved in managing modern day macroeconomies, and observed all the arrogance, hubris and day-to-day absurdities of an industry that was in effect allowed to run out of control. It was quite a ride. And not one without its moments of pathos and humour.

  • Publisher: London Publishing Partnership
  • ISBN: 9781907994326
  • Number of pages: 224
  • Dimensions: 235 x 156 mm

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