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Ing on the board of directors of the Ayn Rand Institute He received a Lifetime Achievement Award from American Banker and was named one of the decade’s top 100 most successful CEOs by Harvard Business Revi. Having been in business for 25 years much of which was in senior management I found this book the most credible explanation of the financial crisis I v

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The Financial Crisis and the Free Market Cure

John A Allison is the longest serving CEO of a top 25 financial institution having served as Chairman of BBT for twenty years He currently serves as President and CEO of the Cato Institute and as a distingui. The Financial Crisis and the Free Market Cure How Destructive Banking Reform Is Killing the Economyby John A Allison 2013 McGraw Hill a short

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Shed professor at the Wake Forest University Schools of Business He is also one of the lead spokespersons for banking and policy reform today appearing at universities and business groups nationwide and serv. It was a decent read but got a little meandering and unfocused at about 23 in If you re looking for a great technical analysis of what happened I recom The Cursed Hole of the Shinoda Family policy reform today appearing at universities and business groups nationwide and serv. It was a decent read but got a little meandering and unfocused at about 23 in If you re looking for a great technical analysis of what happened I recom


10 thoughts on “The Financial Crisis and the Free Market Cure

  1. says:

    I wrote this review about Dec 2017 and very briefly edited it several times the last being 23 Sept 2018This is one great bookThere are so many misconceptions of what caused the 2008 financial crisis great recession and subseuent long drawn out recovery that are carefully skewered in this book and alternatives made clear that I hardly know where to beginSo I will give you a list of just some of the key elemen

  2. says:

    rating 365This book provides a great discussion on the topics of regulation and how politics and naive intentions influence banking It's great to read an insider's view of what went wrong in the banking industry during the crisis Allison was

  3. says:

    The Financial Crisis and the Free Market Cure – How Destructive Banking Reform Is Killing the Economyby John A Allison ©2013 McGraw Hill —

  4. says:

    This book was written by John Allison who served as the CEO of BBT Bank for many years and helped that company to grow into one of the largest and most successful financial institutions in the country His knowledge insights and years of experience working within the financial industry and with the government agencies politicians and bureaucrats form a solid basis from which he lays out a clear and compelling case for the causes of the fin

  5. says:

    It was a decent read but got a little meandering and unfocused at about 23 in If you're looking for a great technical analysis of what happened I recommend Meltdown by Thomas Woods

  6. says:

    I read 90% of the free sample which I think is enough to review the book based on the author's main idea as stated in the first chapter and what he blatantly left out Based on what I read very early in the book the author basically blames the entire financial crisis on the US Government I admit that the US Government has done some really stu

  7. says:

    The book does a very good job in explaining the advantages of the free market model as opposed to crony capitalism Goldman

  8. says:

    John Allison does an impressive job of explaining the complex issues surrounding the United States' financial crisis He uses everyday examples to help explain banking the monetary system and how politics have come to play such an enormous role in what used to be a free market It's a long book but it's so worth the effort It really helped me to fill the gaps on my understanding of the financial crisis and where we ought to go from

  9. says:

    Having been in business for 25 years much of which was in senior management I found this book the most credible explanation of the financial crisis I've seen This is the kind of description you'll get from someone with first hand experience but not wedded to some political agenda Well done

  10. says:

    Allison’s garbled and rambling prose freuent non seuiturs and maddening red herrings get pretty grating after about two c

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