Author interview – Adam Tooze: Rewriting the Global Financial Crisis

Ten years after the outbreak of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) it is time to pause and reflect about an event whose consequences still have a major impact on financial markets and people’s daily lives. In his book “Crashed: How a decade of financial crisis changed the world,” UK economist and Columbia University professor Adam Tooze challenges the way the GFC has been storified, points at some risks that could be 2008-like, and sheds light over the political consequences of the crash, including Brexit and US president Trump. To enter a draw to win a copy of the book, leave a comment here.

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  1. Anthony Sanders says:

    i would like to enter the draw for the book

    Posted on: 25/09/18 | 2:44 pm
  2. Christopher Moriarty says:

    Aaaaahhh….. but it’s different this time!

    Posted on: 01/10/18 | 4:56 pm
  3. Steve A says:

    true, the consequences of the GFC are clearly less visible than a war but the impact is probably worse on our economies…

    Posted on: 01/10/18 | 5:05 pm
  4. Christian Kirchner says:

    would love to get a copy

    Posted on: 02/10/18 | 8:39 am
  5. Mark Thomas says:

    It’s the unknown unknowns.

    Posted on: 02/10/18 | 9:04 am
  6. Bond Vigilantes team says:

    The winners of the competition are:
    John Townsend
    Krishan Shah
    Gordon Moat
    Hamish McArthur
    Stephen Willerton
    Congratulations to you all. A copy of  “Crashed: How a decade of financial crisis changed the world” by Adam Tooze is on its way out to you.

    Posted on: 05/10/18 | 3:05 pm

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