Keynes: The Rise, Fall and Return
of the 20th Century's Most Influential Economist
The ideas of John Maynard Keynes inspired Roosevelt's New Deal and helped to rebuild world economics after the Second World War. Then, in the 1980s, they fell from favour, ousted by neoliberalism, but since the crash of 2008, Keynes's sceptical insights into market capitalism have been making a comeback. This elegant, concise summary explains the theories, personality and charisma of this massively influential economist, and explores his continued relevance in today's crisis-stricken world.
Cassell English-Japanese Business Dictionary
This reference work provides a comprehensive and specialized business vocabulary in a practical and accessible format. Over 15,000 business terms are arranged by topic, with the English words listed alphabetically within each topic for easy reference. Each Japanese term is given in both the native script and its romanized form.
The Rich Life of Money and How its History has Shaped Us
Money is more than just coins and banknotes; it is an idea that shapes the way we understand and organize our world. Here bestselling author Kabir Sehgal travels the globe, including the Galapagos - where he explores the origin of currency exchange - and the Federal Reserve in New York, and mixing anecdote with research describes the development of money, its place in our culture, and the death and destruction it can bring about.