Context. Nouriel Roubini provides at least two important perspectives for readers of his book, Crisis Economics. First, he provides a context from the 19th and 20th centuries for understanding financial markets, and especially the ways in which bankers and governments deal with markets. Second, he uses that context to explain the recent financial crisis in terms that are easily understood, and prescribes ways of using the crisis to make key changes in regulation and in behavior.
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