"The authors approach their subject from the humane and sensible perspective that financial markets serve important purposes besides the enrichment of financial institutions and their traders. In this regard, they place well-founded charges that the modern system has failed badly, creating havoc for the productive system, while enriching (at least some of) the wreakers of that havoc. The study of economics started out grounded in moral philosophy and economists should welcome this invasion of their turf, if only for the pointed reminder."
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Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Buckley and Arner's "From Crisis to Crisis" Now Available in Chinese
Douglas Arner's influential 2011 work, From Crisis to Crisis: The Global Financial System and Regulatory Failure (Wolters Kluwer) has now been translated into Chinese. The 360-page book was translated by Dr Gao Xiang of the College of Comparative Law at the China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL) and published by CUPL Press. In Dan Ciuriak's 2014 review of the book in Canadian Business Law Journal, the book is described as follows:
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