The psychology of financial markets: Keynes, Minsky and emotional finance
This Companion provides a timely and engaging treatment of Hyman Minskyâ€™s approach to economics, which is enjoying a renewed appreciation because of its prescient analysis of the slow but sure transformation of the capitalist economy in the post-war period. Many have called the global financial crisis that began in the United States in 2007 a â€˜Minsky crisisâ€™, and these original contributions demonstrate precisely why both academic economists as well as policymakers have turned to Minsky for guidance. The book brings together the foremost Minsky scholars to provide a comprehensive overview of his approach, with extensions to bring the analysis up to date.
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