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世界を破綻させた経済学者たち/見えざる手、緊縮財政、規制緩和と競争重視、インフレ・ターゲット、投機の奨励、グローバリゼーションと自由貿易、データ偏重ーーいつの間にか、私たちの日常に浸透しているこれらの考え方。じつはこうした理論が、主流派の経済学者たちによって極めてあやしい基盤のうえに構築されたものであり、2008年の金融危機と現在の世界経済の混乱を招いた元凶だったとしたら?《ニューヨーク・タイムズ》などで長年経済コラムニストを務めたベテランの評論家が、アダム・スミスからケインズ、ミルトン・フリードマン、アセモグル&ロビンソン、ラインハート&ロゴフ、ピケティまでを俎上に載せ、経済学者たちの犯してきた過ちを筆鋒 鋭く告発、学問の罪を問う警世の書。

ダイヤモンドアフィリエイトマスターズプログラム 2008年・・・ リーマンショックを端に発した経済危機で一夜にして世界中で多くのお金が失われました。 しかしこの金融危機のせいで、今や壊滅的状態に陥っていた情報アフィリエイト業界に偶然にも大きな金脈が生まれてしまったという知られざる事実をあなたはご存知でしょうか?






Supreme Court Revisits 2008's Housing Collapse With Banking Test Cases

The U.S. Supreme Court is considering the City of Miami’s lawsuit against Wells Fargo and Bank of America over racial discrimination in mortgage lending prior to the economic collapse, the resulting foreclosure crisis and the continuing effects of urban blight.

ピンもと:the Guardian

The 20 photographs of the week

In Madrid, riot police remove housing rights activists from a bulldozer as they attempted to stop Luisa Gracia Gonzalez and her family's eviction and the demolition of their house. Evictions in Spain have soared since the country's economic crisis began in 2008 as increasing numbers of people are unable to meet mortgage payments

This is a graph of the GDP per capita in the newly accepted nations. The GDP is presented in a line graph and the countries are being compared to Germany. It shows that these countries had poor economies before 2004, and that around that time, their GDP begins to rise. We can see how the admission into the EU has helped their economy develop after decades of stagnation. It also shows the effect of the 2008 financial crisis, as their appears to be a dip in GDP around that time period.

Subversive Christianity, Second Edition (Imaging God in a Dangerous Time; BY Brian J. Walsh; FOREWORD BY Tom Wright; Imprint: Wipf and Stock). In this second edition of Subversive Christianity, Brian Walsh returns to the themes of cultural discernment that he unpacked more than twenty years ago. In a new Postscript, Walsh revisits Francis Fukuyama, Bruce Cockburn, and the prophet Jeremiah and asks, Where are we now? In light of 9/11 and the world economic crisis of 2008, how do we discern…

Our economy has been in the news recently. Business is slow, redundancies are rising, but unemployment is still low. I did a dialogue with leaders from the unions and labour movement yesterday. I told them this is unlike the Global Financial Crisis in 2008. Today growth is positive, EDB is attracting substantial investments, and we are creating many new jobs. The current slowdown is not an infection that can be cured with one course of antibiotics. What we need instead is a sustained…

“Hard work causes stress, poor health and early death – above all, it has never solved poverty. We work longer hours now than we’ve done for fifty years, yet the gap between the rich and poor has never been wider. Working hard cannot solve an economic crisis. The fact we are all expected to work so hard is in fact a result of economic crisis: a crisis that did not appear in 2008, but has been with us far longer. This is the crisis at the heart of capitalism: a tension between the 1 percent…