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Animal spirits: how human psychology drives the economy, and why it matters for global capitalism

Author: Akerlof, George A. ; Shiller, Robert J.Publisher: Princeton University Press, 2009.Language: EnglishDescription: 230 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780691142333Type of document: BookNote: Nobel prize in economics 2013Bibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Asia Campus
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Print HB74 .P8 A54 2009
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Available 900196185
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Print HB74 .P8 A54 2009
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Nobel prize in economics 2013

Includes bibliographical references and index


Animal Spirits How Human Psychology Drives The Economy, and Why It Matters For Global Capitalism Contents Preface Acknowledgments INTRODUCTION vii xiii 1 Part One: Animal Spirits ONE Confidence TWO and Its Multipliers 11 19 26 51 Fairness THREE Corruption and Bad Faith FOUR Money Illusion FIVE Stories Part Two: Eight Questions and Their Answers Why Do Economies Fall into Depression? SEVEN Why Do Central Bankers Have Power over the Economy (Insofar as They Do)? POSTSCRIPT TO CHAPTER SEVEN The Current Financial Crisis: What Is to Be Done? EIGHT Why Are There People Who Cannot Find a Job? NINE Why Is There a Trade-off between Inflation and Unemployment in the Long Run? TEN Why Is Saving for the Future So Arbitrary? 116 ELEVEN Why Are Financial Prices and Corporate Investments So Volatile? TWELVE Why Do Real Estate Markets Go through Cycles? THIRTEEN Why Is There Special Poverty among Minorities? SIX FOURTEEN Conclusion 59 74 86 97 107 131 149 157 167 177 199 219 Notes References Index

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