The Chastening: Inside the Crisis That Rocked the Global Financial System and Humbled the IMF
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BeschreibungLauded by reviewers and scholars alike, Blustein's "The Chastening" examines the role of the International Monetary Fund in the series of economic crises that rocked the globe in the last decade.
PortraitPaul Blustein, a staff writer at the "Washington Post," has covered business and economic issues for more than twenty years. He served as a correspondent in Asia for the newspaper from 1990 to 1995. His work has won several prizes, including business journalism's most prestigious, the Gerald Loeb Award.
Pressestimmen"Wall Street Journal", April 18, 2002
"Gets way behind the headlines to bring us a clear and lively story, crammed with anecdotes and background...a superbly reported and skillfully woven story documenting an incredible number of costly and dangerous IMF mistakes."
"The Economist", May 4, 2002
"Gripping, often frightening...should be read by anyone wanting to understand, from the inside, how the international financial system really works."
"Financial Times", December 2, 2001
"Paul Blustein has achieved the improbable: he has written a riveting thriller about the International Monetary Fund."
"New York Times Book Review", February 17, 2002
."..Blustein tells the story [of the Asian financial crisis] with admirable aplomb...[He] demonstrates with an overwhelming wealth of anecdotal detail ...The book is thoroughly sensible."
"New York Review of Books"
"A fascinating story that is a model of investigative journalism."
Alan Cowell, "New York Times" Sunday Business Section, October 14, 2001
"Mr. Blustein follows this crisis from Asia to Latin America with a storyteller's eye for dialogue and details."
"Applies the craft of great storytelling to a highly deserving subject that is normally the province of technocrats...skillful investigative journalism."
Untertitel: REV & Updated. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 2003
Seitenanzahl: 452 Seiten