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The Crisis Of Global Capitalism: Open Society Endangered

  title={The Crisis Of Global Capitalism: Open Society Endangered},
  author={G. Soros},
George Soros applies his experience in the world of finance to explain what is happening in the collapsing global economy. The Russian economy has collapsed leading to inflation and economic hardship; scores of Japanese banks are in ruin; the once-booming economies of Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia have imploded; and even in Europe and America, the markets lurch violently, wiping out gains each week. Soros dissects the crisis and economic theory, revealing how theoretical assumptions have… Expand
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