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Shikong de weilai: Jiekai quanqiu zhong zhongchan jieji bei taokong de zhenxiang (Freefall)

ISBN: 978-986-216-566-9, 9789862165669

Titel: Shikong de weilai: Jiekai quanqiu zhong zhongchan jieji bei taokong de zhenxiang (Freefall) - 失控的未來:揭開全球中產階級被掏空的真相
Author / Editor: 史迪格里茲 Shidigelizi (Joseph E. Stiglitz), 姜雪影 Jiang Xueying, 朱家一 Zhu Jiayi (譯 Übers.)
ISBN: 978-986-216-566-9, 9789862165669
Series: 財經企管 Caijing qiguan 431
Publisher: Commonwealth Publishing Group, Taiwan - 天下遠見出版股份有限公司
Date of Publication: 2010.06
First edition
Number of pages: 424
Dimensions: 15 x 21 cm
Binding: Paperback

The Great Recession, as it the period from 2007 onwards has come to be called, has impacted more people worldwide than any crisis since the Great Depression. Flawed government policy and unscrupulous personal and corporate behavior in the United States created the current financial meltdown, which was exported across the globe with devastating consequences. The crisis has sparked an essential debate about America’s economic missteps, the soundness of this country’s economy, and even the appropriate shape of a capitalist system.

Few are more qualified to comment during this turbulent time than Joseph E. Stiglitz. Winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize in Economics, Stiglitz is “an insanely great economist, in ways you can’t really appreciate unless you’re deep into the field” (Paul Krugman, New York Times). In Freefall, Stiglitz traces the origins of the Great Recession, eschewing easy answers and demolishing the contention that America needs more billion-dollar bailouts and free passes to those “too big to fail,” while also outlining the alternatives and revealing that even now there are choices ahead that can make a difference. The system is broken, and we can only fix it by examining the underlying theories that have led us into this new “bubble capitalism.”

Ranging across a host of topics that bear on the crisis, Stiglitz argues convincingly for a restoration of the balance between government and markets. America as a nation faces huge challenges—in health care, energy, the environment, education, and manufacturing—and Stiglitz penetratingly addresses each in light of the newly emerging global economic order. An ongoing war of ideas over the most effective type of capitalist system, as well as a rebalancing of global economic power, is shaping that order. The battle may finally give the lie to theories of a “rational” market or to the view that America’s global economic dominance is inevitable and unassailable.

For anyone watching with indignation while a reckless Wall Street destroyed homes, educations, and jobs; while the government took half-steps hoping for a “just-enough” recovery; and while bankers fell all over themselves claiming not to have seen what was coming, then sought government bailouts while resisting regulation that would make future crises less likely, Freefall offers a clear accounting of why so many Americans feel disillusioned today and how we can realize a prosperous economy and a moral society for the future.
(This description refers to the English edition)

About the Author:
Winner of the 2001 Nobel Memorial Prize for Economics, Joseph E. Stiglitz is the author of Making Globalization Work; Globalization and Its Discontents; and, with Linda Bilmes, The Three Trillion Dollar War. He was chairman of President Clinton's Council of Economic Advisers and served as senior vice president and chief economist at the World Bank. He teaches at Columbia University and lives in New York City.


  2008年下半年開始爆發的經濟大衰退(the Great Recession)讓數百萬美國人及全球民眾失去了自己的家園以及工作,也讓「新經濟」的幻夢完全破滅。它迫使我們必須重新審視許多長久以來被奉為圭臬的想法。近四分之一個世紀以來,自由市場學說主導了一切,本書要討論的是經濟理論之間的戰爭,包括某些理論如何導引出了失敗的政策、引發經濟危機。本書將為大家說明,一些錯誤的思維如何讓政府決策者對不斷惡化的問題視而不見,還讓他們在收拾善後時進退失據。


作者簡介: 史迪格里茲 Joseph E. Stiglitz


  六年前,這位傑出的學者首度嘗試用大眾的語言解釋經濟全球化的人禍與來 由,著成《全球化的許諾與失落》一書,該書共印行了三十五種語言版本,全球銷售超過百萬冊;這次史迪格里茲再度發揮學術專業及深入淺出的教學功力,為一般讀者解釋經濟風暴背後的成因,包括金融業放寬管制、薪酬獎勵誘使專業人才鋌而走險,以及雷根時代以降的自由放任主義當道,本書除了抨擊當前金融紓困政策的不公,讓未來世代提前負債,也提出當前全球需要聯手解決的區域失衡、資源流失等環境議題。這些必須與經濟復甦一起考量,史迪格里茲提出了全球性的願景,為終日勞苦的平民百姓發聲,也暴露出各國政策制定者的短視與捉襟見肘。

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