A Short History Of Financial Euphoria by John Kenneth Galbraith

A Short History Of Financial Euphoria

byJohn Kenneth Galbraith

Paperback | July 1, 1994

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The world-renowned economist offers "dourly irreverent analyses of financial debacle from the tulip craze of the seventeenth century to the recent plague of junk bonds."—The Atlantic.

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John Kenneth Galbraith was born in 1908 in Ontario, Canada. He earned a PhD at the University of California in 1934 and later took a fellowship at Cambridge, where he first encountered Keynesian economics. At different points in his life he taught at both Harvard and Princeton, and wrote more than forty books on an array of economic to...
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Title:A Short History Of Financial EuphoriaFormat:PaperbackPublished:July 1, 1994Publisher:Penguin Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0140238565

ISBN - 13:9780140238563

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World-renowned economist Galbraith, the bestselling author of The Affluent Society, reviews great speculative booms of the last three centuries, including the junk-bond follies of the 1980s. With wisdom and wit, he shows how the lessons of history can help us avoid financial calamity. "Entertaining in its instructiveness".--The Boston Globe