Interessante recensao/ensaio de Jeff Madrick na New York Review of Books - uma analise detalhada sobre as origens da crise financeira e algumas direccoes para a administracao Obama.
Conclusao: "Financial market participants created a financial bubble of tragic proportions in pursuit of personal gain. But the deeper cause was a determination among people with political and economic power to minimize the use of government to oversee the financial markets and to guard against natural excess. If solutions are to be found, the nation requires robust and pragmatic use of government, free of laissez-faire cant and undue influence from the vested interests that have irresponsibly controlled the economy for too long."
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