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  • No Freedom Without Regulation by Joseph William Singer - Yale University Press
    this understanding of regulation is simply wrong While analysts as ideologically divided as Alan Greenspan and Joseph Stiglitz have framed regulatory questions as a matter of governments versus markets Singer reminds us of what we ve willfully forgotten government is not inherently opposed to free markets or private property but is in fact necessary to their very existence Singer uses the recent subprime crisis to demonstrate Regulation s essential importance for freedom and democracy Why consumer protection laws are a basic pillar of economic freedom How private property rests on a regulatory infrastructure Why liberals and conservatives actually agree on these relationships far more than they disagree This concise volume is essential reading for policy makers philosophers political theorists economists and financial professionals on both sides of the aisle Joseph William Singer is Bussey Professor of Law at Harvard Law School He lives in Cambridge MA A tour de force Brilliantly written and important Laura S Underkuffler Cornell University More like this Recently viewed titles prev next Welcome to the Poisoned Chalice James K Galbraith 18 99 Hubris Meghnad Desai 12 99 Europe s Deadlock David Marsh 7 99 Income Inequality Matthew P Drennan 30 00 Hubris Meghnad Desai 18 99 Hard Times Tom Clark 9 99 Other People s Houses J D Jennifer S Taub 20 00 Hard Times Tom Clark 18 99 When the Money Runs Out Stephen D King 9 99 The Great Mirror of Folly William N Goetzmann 50 00 The Memoirs of Walter Bagehot Frank Prochaska 18 99 Europe s Deadlock David Marsh 7 99 When the Money Runs Out Stephen D King 20 00 Good Italy Bad Italy Bill Emmott 8 99 Realeconomik Grigory Yavlinsky 12 99 The Kipper und Wipper Inflation 1619 23 Martha White Paas 65 00 Good Italy Bad Italy Bill

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    1 Sort Results Filter Sort results by Please select Relevance Date published Date all books Title A Z Title Z A No Freedom Without Regulation The Hidden Lesson of the Subprime Crisis Joseph William Singer Format Hardback 224 pages ISBN 9780300211672 Published 02 Oct 2015 Price 25 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub and

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  • The Origins of Corporations by Germain Sicard - Yale University Press
    from a unique ownership contract from Medieval Europe called pariage and a culture of strong property rights and municipal self governance Based on archival research Sicard s 1952 thesis has been translated into English with an introduction that places the work in the context of new institutional economics and legal theory It is an important contribution to research on the history and legal origins of the corporation Germain Sicard is a jurist and legal historian who served as Officer of General Affairs Center for Historical Research School of Practical Studies in France More like this Recently viewed titles prev next Welcome to the Poisoned Chalice James K Galbraith 18 99 Hope Springs Eternal Kim Oosterlinck 55 00 The Only Game in Town Mohamed A El Erian 18 99 Strangers on Familiar Soil Edward Dallam Melillo 30 00 Inglorious Revolution William R Summerhill 65 00 Other People s Houses J D Jennifer S Taub 10 99 Learning by Doing James Bessen 25 00 The Business of Slavery and the Rise of American Capitalism 1815 1860 Jack Lawrence Schermerhorn 60 00 Austerity Florian Schui 10 99 Works in Progress Jenny Leigh Smith 50 00 The Citizen s Share Joseph R Blasi 12 99 A Changing Wind Wendy Hamand Venet 25 00 Austerity Florian Schui 16 99 Barley Gold or Fiat Thomas Quint 85 00 The Great Mirror of Folly William N Goetzmann 50 00 The Good Rich and What They Cost Us Robert F Dalzell 25 00 Funding Loyalty Eugenia Belova 25 00 A Great Leap Forward Alexander J Field 18 99 The Kipper und Wipper Inflation 1619 23 Martha White Paas 65 00 prev next No Freedom Without Regulation Joseph William Singer 25 00 Inglorious Revolution William R Summerhill 65 00 Income Inequality Matthew P Drennan 30 00 Strangers on Familiar

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    Science Medicine Music Philosophy Politics Current Affairs Reference Religion Beliefs Society Social Sciences Technology Works in Translation Search Results Summary Matching titles 1 to 1 of 1 Sort Results Filter Sort results by Please select Relevance Date published Date all books Title A Z Title Z A The Origins of Corporations The Mills of Toulouse in the Middle Ages Germain Sicard Matthew Landry William N Goetzmann Format Hardback 520 pages

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  • Wildcat Currency by Edward Castronova - Yale University Press
    airline miles to online store credit Online game creators have devised new mediums of electronic exchange that turn virtual money into real money Meanwhile real money is increasingly going digital where it competes with private currencies like Bitcoin The virtual and the real economic worlds are intermingling more than ever before raising the possibility that this new money might eventually replace the government run system of dollars euros and yen Edward Castronova is the leading researcher in this field a founder of scholarly online game studies and an expert on the economies of virtual worlds In this dynamic and essential work he explores the current phenomenon of virtual currencies and what it will mean legally politically and economically in the future In doing so he provides a fascinating often surprising discourse on the meaning of money itself what it is what we think it is and how we relate to it on an emotional level Edward Castronova is professor of media and cognitive science at Indiana University His previous publications include Synthetic Worlds and Exodus to the Virtual World He lives in Bloomington IN A brilliant fresh and accessible look not just at one of the fastest growing online trends but at one of humanity s most enduring institutions Joshua Fairfield Professor of Law Washington and Lee School of Law A controversial thesis with potentially broader implications for the future of banking and global corporations Kirkus Reviews More like this Recently viewed titles prev next Europe s Deadlock David Marsh 7 99 Wildcat Currency Edward Castronova 17 99 Barley Gold or Fiat Thomas Quint 85 00 The Euro David Marsh 12 99 Money Markets and Sovereignty Benn Steil 15 00 Goodbye Great Britain Kathleen Burk 44 00 prev next The Origins of Corporations Germain Sicard 60 00 No Freedom Without

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    Translation Categories Finance 1 Format Paperback 1 Hardback 1 Price 10 to 15 1 15 to 20 1 Search Results Summary Matching titles 1 to 2 of 2 Sort Results Filter Sort results by Please select Relevance Date published Date all books Title A Z Title Z A Wildcat Currency Edward Castronova Format Hardback 320 pages ISBN 9780300186130 Published 26 Jun 2014 Price 17 99 Add to Basket Wildcat Currency

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  • Other People's Houses by J.D. Jennifer S. Taub - Yale University Press
    executives while turning a blind eye to ordinary people James Kwak co author of 13 Bankers The Wall Street Takeover and the Next Financial Meltdown and co founder The Baseline Scenario ÿ No matter how much you think you know about recent financial debacles you will make some astonishing discoveries in Other People s Houses ÿ This is first rate financial history Marty Fridson CEO FridsonVision LLC Taub exposes three decades of predatory lenders greedy investors and lax regulators with a much needed focus on the dire consequences of preventing bankruptcy judges from restructuring mortgage debt Julia Gordon Director of Housing Policy Center for American Progress A page turner that reads like a Michael Lewis financial thriller this bracing account of the roots of financial crises debunks stubborn myths with insight that would make Louis Brandeis proud Lawrence A Cunningham George Washington University editor of The Essays of Warren Buffett Lessons for Corporate America Demonstrating an academic s rigor and a style that is accessible to all Taub takes us through decades of bad housing policy by bringing to life the greedy bankers and indifferent regulators who seem to keep bringing our financial system to its knees Other People s Houses makes a relentless case for the need to level the playing field for Main Street homeowners and the consequences for our failure to do so A must read for anyone seeking to understand the causes of the last financial crisis and why we may very well be heading towards another Neil Barofsky former Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program SIG TARP and author of Bailout Taub argues persuasively how the seeds for the 2008 financial crisis were sown back in the 1980s as deregulation paved the way for the S L debacle But that was only an appetiser for even greater calamity later Mark Tran The Guardian Shines a pitiless light on the subprime mortgage meltdown that kicked off the Great Recession Meticulously argued and guaranteed to raise the blood pressure of the average American taxpayer Kirkus Reviews Provides a concise clear and compelling account Glenn C Altschuler Huffington Post Over the years I ve read a tall stack of books about the financial crisis Other People s Houses by Vermont Law School professor Jennifer Taub provides the clearest beginning to end explanation I ve seen of what went wrong And Taub s beginning is a surprise A 1993 Supreme Court decision about how bankruptcy law applies to mortgages Pat Regnier Money magazine Other People s Houses reminds us that the nation s economic troubles were entirely preventable Taub pinpoints the key decisions primarily by presidents cabinet secretaries key members of Congress and government bank regulators that allowed banks to engage in an orgy of speculation They knew what they were doing and what the consequences might be Peter Dreier The American Prospect Made the 2015 Must Read Nonfiction Book List compiled by the Massachusetts Center for the Book A must read for those wanting to

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  • Yale University Press Search Results Listing
    History Humanities Language Law Literary Studies Mathematics Science Medicine Music Philosophy Politics Current Affairs Reference Religion Beliefs Society Social Sciences Technology Works in Translation Format Paperback 1 Hardback 1 Price 10 to 15 1 15 to 20 1 Search Results Summary Matching titles 1 to 2 of 2 Sort Results Filter Sort results by Please select Relevance Date published Date all books Title A Z Title Z A Other People s Houses How Decades of Bailouts Captive Regulators and Toxic Bankers Made Home Mortgages a Thrilling Business J D Jennifer S Taub Format Paperback 424 pages ISBN 9780300212709 Published 03 Jul 2015 Price 10 99 Add to Basket Other People s Houses How Decades of Bailouts Captive Regulators and Toxic Bankers Made Home Mortgages a Thrilling Business J D Jennifer S Taub Format Hardback 416 pages ISBN 9780300168983 Published 01 Jul 2014 Price 20 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub and ePDF You can purchase this title from a number of online retailers see below Amazon co uk Blackwell s Foyles Google eBooks Hive co uk iTunes Kobo Tesco eBooks WH Smith Visit our

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