In The Great Crash of 2008, Ross Garnaut and David Llewellyn-Smith take us through the imbalances that led to the global financial crisis, tracing the cracks that were appearing within the modern economy and presenting a whole-world view of reasons for the downturn. They assess the implications of the global financial crisis and offer hope for finding order in the wreckage, in restoring development and building a stronger and more sustainable world.
|Publisher:||Melbourne University Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 7.70(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Ross Garnaut is a professorial fellow in the faculty of economics and commerce, a vice chancellor's fellow at the University of Melbourne, a distinguished professor of the Australian National University, and a fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences of Australia. He presented the Garnaut Climate Change Review to the Australian Prime Minister in September 2008.