Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are back.

Please find enclosed a link to a video from the Kaiser Report show from the RT TV channel. I found this edition interesting because they focus on the fact that Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, former subprime mortgage brokers, are back on track. Please enjoy… The crisis is over, no cure… Let’s come back to the bad incentives of financial innovation and derivatives securitization… The securitization food chain is back on track. There is nothing else to do than watch … for the next crisis to come… Not out of the blue, Not out of nowhere, but of renewed greed and too much leveraged banks.

Importante bibliographie à propos de la crise économique et financière de 2008-2009

Vous trouverez ci-dessous 770 ouvrages tirés de l’importante collection “the financial and economic crisis”, c’est à dire un regroupement de 22 dossiers comprenant des ouvrages électroniques sous forme PDF ou epub à propos de la finance. J’ai déjà parlé de cette base documentaire considérable dans un post concernant bittorent.

Zweig – The Little Book of Safe Money; How to Conquer Killer Markets, Con Artists, and Yourself (2010)

Zuckoff – Ponzi’s Scheme; the True Story of a Financial Legend (2005)

Zerzan – Running on Emptiness; the Pathology of Civilization (2002)

Zandi – Financial Shock; A 360° Look at the Subprime Mortgage Implosion (2009)

Yu & Xu (Eds.) – From Crisis to Recovery; East Asia Rising Again (2001)

Xiaoxi & Biliang (Eds.) – China’s New Deal; Economic Development under International Financial Crisis (2011)

Wright – One Nation Under Debt; Hamilton, Jefferson, and the History of What We Owe (2008)

World Economic and Social Survey 2008; Overcoming Economic Insecurity (UN, 2008)

World Bank – Global Economic Prospects; Crisis, Finance, and Growth (2010)

Wood – The Commercial Real Estate Tsunami; a Survival Guide for Lenders, Owners, Buyers, and Brokers (2010)

Wolfson – Financial Crises; Understanding the Postwar U.S. Experience (1986)

Wolf – Fixing Global Finance (2010)

Williams & Elliott – Crisis and Recovery; Ethics, Economics and Justice (2010)

Williams – Uncontrolled Risk; The Lessons of Lehman Brothers and how Systemic Risk can Still Bring Down the World Financial System (2010)

Will et al (Eds.) – How They Got Away with It; White Collar Criminals and the Financial Meltdown (2013)

Wijnholds – Fighting Financial Fires; an IMF Insider’s Account (2011)

Wiedemer – The Aftershock Investor; a Crash Course in Staying Afloat in a Sinking Economy (2012)

Wiedemer – Aftershock; Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown, 2e (2011)

White – Accepting the Invisible Hand; Market-based Approaches to Social-Economic Problems (2010)

Wheelan – Naked Economics; Undressing the Dismal Science (2010)

Whalen – Inflated; How Money and Debt Built the American Dream (2011)

Werthers (ed.) – Europe; Financial Crisis and Security Issues (2011)

Wells (Ed.) – Fraud Casebook; Lessons from the Bad Side of Business (2007)

Wells (Ed.) – Financial Statement Fraud Casebook; Baking the Ledgers and Cooking the Books (2011)

Weissman – Sold Out; How Wall Street and Washington Betrayed America (2009)

Weiss – Born to Steal; When the Mafia Hit Wall Street (2003)

Weiner – So Smart but..; How Intelligent People Lose Credibility, and How They Can Get it Back (2007)

Wehn et al (Eds.) – Rethinking Valuation and Pricing Models; Lessons Learned from the Crisis and Future Challenges (2013)

Weatherall – The Physics of Wall Street; a Brief History of Predicting the Unpredictable (2013)

Waxler – Stocking Up on Sin; How to Crush the Market with Vice-Based Investing (2004)

Warren & Tyagi – The Two-Income Trap; Why Middle-Class Parents Are Going Broke (2003)

Warren – Homebuyers Beware (2009)

Ward – The Devil’s Casino; Friendship, Betrayal, and the High-Stakes Games Played Inside Lehman Brothers (2010)

Ward – A Disposition to Be Rich; How a Small-Town Pastor’s Son Ruined and American President, Brought on a Wall Street Crash, .. (2012)

Walsh – You Can’t Cheat an Honest Man; How Ponzi Schemes and Pyramid Frauds Work (2003)

Wallison – Privatizing Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the Federal Home Loan Banks; Why and How (2004)

Wallach – Protecting Clients from Fraud, Incompetence and Scams (2010)

Wall Street and the Financial Crisis; Anatomy of a Financial Collapse (U.S. Senate, 2013)

Waldfogel – The Tyranny of the Market; Why You Can’t Always Get What You Want (2007)

Waggoner – Bailout; What the Rescue of Bear Stearns and the Credit Crisis Mean for Your Investments (2008)

Waggoner – Bailout; What the Rescue of Bear Stearns and the Credit Crisis Mean for Your Investments (2008) 2

Vradis & Dalakoglou – Revolt and Crisis in Greece; Between a Present Yet to Pass and a Future Still to Come (2011)

von Braun – Food and Financial Crises (2008)

Vogel – Financial Market; Bubbles and Crashes (2010)

Vines – Market Panic; Wild Gyrations, Risks and Opportunities in Stock Markets (2003)

Verma (Ed.) – Recession and Its Aftermath; Adjustments in the United States, Australia, and the Emerging Asia (2013)

Ventura & Reed – Good Advice for a Bad Economy (2001)

Vaughan-Whitehead – Work Inequalities in the Crisis; Evidence from Europe (2011)

Varoufakis – The Global Minotaur; America, the True Origins of the Financial Crisis and the Future of the World Economy (2011)

Vandekerckhove – Responsible Investment in Times of Turmoil (2011)

Underhill – Global Financial Integration Thirty Years On; From Reform to Crisis (2010)

UN – The Global Economic Crisis Systemic Failures and Multilateral Remedies (2009)

UN – The Global Economic and Financial Crisis, Regional Impacts, Responses and Solutions (2009)

Turner – The Credit Crunch; Housing Bubbles, Globalisation and the Worldwide Economic Crisis (2008)

Turk & Rubino – The Money Bubble; What to Do Before It Pops (2013)

Tuckett – Minding the Markets; an Emotional Finance View of Financial Instability (2011)

Triana – Lecturing Birds on Flying (2009)

Tremonti – Exit Strategy; Ending the Tyranny of Finance (2012)

Treadway – Investing in the Age of Sovereign Defaults; How to Preserve Your Wealth in the Coming Crisis (2013)

Travers – Hedge Fund Analysis; an In-Depth Guide to Evaluating Return Potential and Assessing Risks (2012)

Trahan – The Era of Uncertainty; Global Investment Strategies for Inflation, Deflation, and the Middle Ground (2011)

Tobocman – Understanding the Crash (2010)

Tilman – Financial Darwinism; Create Value or Self-Destruct in a World of Risk (2009)

Thomas – The Financial Crisis and Federal Reserve Policy (2011)

The Squam Lake Report; Fixing the Financial System (2010)

The Money Trick (The Institute of Economic Democracy,1982)

The Jobs Crisis; Household and Government Responses to the Great Recession in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (WB, 2011)

The Financial Crisis Inquiry Report; Final Report of the National Commission on the Causes of the Financial and Economic Crisis (2011)

The Financial and Economic Crisis; A Decent Work Response (ILO, 2009)

The Economist – After the Storm; How to Make the Best of Recovery (October3-9, 2009)

Tavakoli – Dear Mr. Buffett; What an Investor Learns 1269 Miles from Wall Street (2009)

Tarpley – Surviving the Cataclysm; Your Guide through the Worst Financial Crash in History (1999)

Talbott – Contagion; the Financial Epidemic That Is Sweeping the Global Economy.. and How to Protect Yourself from It (2009)

Talani – The Global Crash; Towards a New Global Financial Regime (2010)

Taibbi – Griftopia; Bubble Machines, Vampire Squids, and the Long Con That Is Breaking America (2010)

Taibbi – Griftopia; a Story of Bankers, Politicians, and the Most Audacious Power Grab in American History (2010)

Swarup – Money Mania; Booms, Panics, and Busts from Ancient Rome to the Great Meltdown (2014)

Suzuki – Japan’s Financial Slump; Collapse of the Monitoring System under Institutional and Transition Failures (2011)

Sun, Stewart & Pollard (Eds.) – Corporate Governance and the Global Financial Crisis (2011)

Summa – Trading Against the Crowd; Profiting from Fear and Greed in Stock, Futures, and Options Markets (2004)

Strober – Catastrophe; the Story of Bernard L. Madoff, the Man Who Swindled the World (2009)

Stowell – Investment Banks, Hedge Funds, and Private Equity, 2e (2013)

Stowell – An Introduction to Investment Banks, Hedge Funds & Private Equity (2010)

Stoneman & Schulz – Brokerage Fraud; What Wall Street Doesn’t Want You to Know (2002)

Stiglitz – The Stiglitz Report; Reforming the International Monetary and Financial Systems in the Wake of the Global Crisis (2010)

Stiglitz – Freefall; America, Free Markets, and the Sinking of the World Economy (2010)

Stiegler – For a New Critique of Political Economy (2010)

Stevens – Rich Is a Religion; Breaking the Timeless Code to Wealth (2008)

Stein – Stochastic Optimal Control and the U.S. Financial Debt Crisis (2012)

Staheli – Spectacular Speculation; Thrills, the Economy, and Popular Discourse (2013)

Spitzer – Government’s Place in the Market (2011)

Spall – How to Profit in Gold (2011)

Sowell – Economic Facts and Fallacies (2008)

Sorkin – Too Big to Fail (2009)

Soll – The Reckoning; Financial Accountability and the Rise and Fall of Nations (2014)

Soederberg – The Politics of the New International Financial Architecture (2004)

Snider & Howard – Money Makers; Inside the New World of Finance and Business (2010)

Smithers – Wall Street Revalued; Imperfect Markets and Inept Central Bankers (2009)

Smithers – The Road to Recovery; How and Why Economic Policy Must Change (2013)

Smith – Nothing But Money; How the Mob Infiltrated Wall Street (2009)

Smil – Made in the USA; the Rise and Retreat of American Manufacturing (2013)

Sloan – Don’t Blame the Shorts; Why Short Sellers are Always Blamed for Market Crashes and How History is Repeating Itself (2010)

Skidelsky & Wigstrom (Eds.) – The Economic Crisis and the State of Economics (2010)

Sinn – The Euro Trap; On Busting Bubbles, Budgets, and Beliefs (2014)

Sinn – Casino Capitalism; How the Financial Crisis Came about and What Needs to be Done Now (2010)

Sinclair – Confessions of a Microfinance Heretic; How Microlending Lost Its Way and Betrayed the Poor (2012)

Simpson – What We Could Have Done with the Money; 50 Ways to Spend the Trillion Dollars We’ve Spent on Iraq (2008)

Simon – Beat the Crisis; Quick Solutions for Your Company (2010)

Sim – The End of Modernity; What the Financial and Environmental Crisis Is Really Telling Us (2010)

Silber – When Washington Shut Down Wall Street; The Great Financial Crisis of 1914 and the Origins of America’s Monetary Supremacy (2007)

Short – Thrifty Green; Ease Up on Energy, Food, Water, Trash, Transit, Stuff – and Everybody Wins (2011)

Shiller – The Subprime Solution (2008)

Sherman – The Roller Coaster Economy; Financial Crisis, Great Recession, and the Public Option (2010)

Sher – What Rich People Know & Desperately Want to Keep a Secret (1999)

Sheng – From Asian to Global Financial Crisis (2009)

Sheehan – Panderer to Power; the Untold Story of How Alan Greenspan Enriched Wall Street and Left a Legacy of Recession (2010)

Sharma – The Asian Financial Crisis; Crisis, Reform and Recovery (2003)

Shane – Fool’s Gold; the Truth Behind Angel Investing in America (2009)

Seymour – Against Austerity; How We Can Fix the Crisis They Made (2014)

Seredynska – Insider Dealing and Criminal Law; Dangerous Liaisons (2012)

Sedlacek – Economics of Good and Evil; the Quest for Economic Meaning from Gilgamesh to Wall Street (2011)

Schwartz (eds.) – Volatility; Risk and Uncertainty in Financial Markets (2011)

Schwartz (ed.) – Inflation; Causes and Effects (2009)

Schwartz & Seabrooke (eds.) – The Politics of Housing Booms and Busts (2009)

Schwartz & Seabrooke (Eds.) – The Politics of Housing Booms and Busts (2009) 2

Schwager – Market Sense and Nonsense; How Markets Really Work and How They Don’t (2013)

Schultz – Retirement Heist; How Companies Plunder and Profit from the Nest Eggs of American Workers (2011)

Schultz – Killer Politics; How Big Money and Bad Politics Are Destroying the Great American Middle Class (2010)

Schmuck – Financial Distress and Corporate Turnaround; an Empirical Analysis of the Automotive Supplier Industry (2013)

Schilit – Financial Shenanigans; How to Detect Accounting Gimmicks & Fraud in Financial Reports (2010)

Schiff & Schiff – How an Economy Grows and How It Crashes (2010)

Schiff – The Real Crash; America’s Coming Bankruptcy – How to Save Yourself and Your Country (2012)

Schiff – Crash Proof; How to Profit from the Coming Economic Collapse (2007)

Scheinkman – Speculation, Trading, and Bubbles (2014)

Scheibeler – Merchants of Deception (2006)

Scheer – The Great American Stickup; How Reagan and Clinton Enriched Wall Street while Mugging Main Street (2010)

Schechter – The Crime of Our Time; Why Wall Street Is Not Too Big to Jail (2010)

Schechter – Squeezed; America as the Bubble Bursts (2007)

Saunders & Allen – Credit Risk Measurement In and Out of the Financial Crisis, 3e (2010)

Sauer – Selling America Short; the SEC and Market Contrarians in the Age of Absurdity (2010)

Sarkis – Fear and Greed; Investment Risks and Opportunities in a Turbulent World (2012)

Sandhu – Financial Fraud; Money Scams, Embezzlement and Swindles in Singapore (2013)

Sandel – What Money Can’t Buy; the Moral Limits of Markets (2012)

Sanchez – Destined for Failure; American Prosperity in the Age of Bailouts (2010)

Samuelson – The Great Inflation and Its Aftermath; The Past and Future of American Affluence (2008)

Sachs – Common Wealth; Economics for a Crowded Planet (2008)

Saad-Filho & Yalman (Ed.) – Economic Transitions to Neoliberalism in Middle-Income Countries (2010)

Rushkoff – Life Inc.; How the World Became a Corporation and How to Take It Back (2009)

Rubinstein – Economic Fables (2012)

Roubini & Mihm – Crisis Economics; a Crash Course in the Future of Finance (2010)

Rother – The Determinants of Currency Crises; a Political-Economy Approach (2009)

Rothbard – The Panic of 1819; Reactions and Policies (2007)

Rothbard – Power and Market; Government and the Economy (1970)

Rothbard – Making Economic Sense (1995)

Rothbard – Economic Controversies (2011)

Rothbard – America’s Great Depression (2002)

Rosenberg – The Concise Encyclopedia of the Great Recession, 2007-2000 (2010)

Rosenberg – Financial Missionaries to the World (1999)

Rolfe & Troob – Monkey Business; Swinging through the Wall Street Jungle (2000)

Rochet – Why are there So Many Banking Crises; The Politics and Policy of Bank Regulation (2007)

Robinson – Bankruptcy of Our Nation, 2e (2012)

Roberts – How the Economy Was Lost; the War of the Worlds (2009)

Rivlin – Broke, USA; from Pawnshops to Poverty, Inc.; How the Working Poor Became Big Business (2010)

Rivero – The Myth of Development; Non-Viable Economies and the Crisis of Civilization, 2nd ed. (2010)

Ritholtz – Bailout Nation; How Greed and Easy Money Corrupted Wall Street and Shock the World Economy (2009)

Rist – The Delusions of Economics; the Misguided Certainties of a Hazardous Science (2010)

Ringland – Beyond Crisis; Achieving Renewal in a Turbulent World (2010)

Richard – Confidence Game; How a Hedge Fund Manager Called Wall Street’s Bluff (2010)

Rhodes & Stelter – Accelerating Out of the Great Recession; How to Win in a Slow-Growth Economy (2010)

Reynolds & Newell – Ethics in Investment Banking (2011)

Reinhart & Rogoff – This Time is Different; Eight Centuries of Financial Folly (2009)

Reich – Beyond Outrage; What Has Gone Wrong with Our Economy and Our Democracy, and How to Fix It (2012)

Reich – Aftershock; the Next Economy and America’s Future (2010)

Rebonato – Plight of the Fortune Teller; Why We Need to Manage Financial Risk Differently (2007)

Read – The Fear Factor; What Happens When Fear Grips Wall Street (2009)

Rauchway – The Great Depression and the New Deal (2008)

Ratigan – Greedy Bastards; How We Can Stop Corporate Communists, Banksters, and Other Vampires from Sucking America Dry (2012)

Rasmus – Epic Recession Prelude to Global Depression (2010)

Ramamoorti et al – ABC’s of Behavioral Forensics; Applying Psychology to Financial Fraud Prevention and Detection (2013)

Radonjic & Kokotovic – Keynes, Minksky and Financial Crises in Emerging Markets (2014)

Quiggin – Zombie Economics; How Dead Ideas Still Walk among Us (2010)

Prychitko (Ed.) – Why Economists Disagree; an Introduction to the Alternative Schools of Thought (1998)

Prechter – Conquer the Crash; You Can Survive and Prosper in a Deflationary Depression (2002)

Pozen – Too Big to Save; How to Fix the U.S. Financial System (2010)

Powell (Ed.) – U.S. Insurance Industries after the 2007-2009 Financial Crisis (2013)

Potter – Deadly Spin; an Insurance Company Insider Speaks Out on How Corporate PR Is Killing Health Care and Deceiving Americans (2010)

Posta & Talani (eds.) – Europe and the Financial Crisis (2011)

Pond – Safe Money in Tough Times; Everything You Need to Know to Survive the Financial Crisis (2009)

Pollock – Boom & Bust; Financial Cycles and Human Prosperity (2011)

Pixley – Emotions in Finance; Distrust and Uncertainty in Global Markets (2004)

Phillips – Fit to Bust; How Great Companies Fail (2011)

Phillips – Banking and The Business Cycle; A Study of the Great Depression in the U. S. (1937)

Petrakis et al – European Economics and Politics in the Midst of the Crisis (2013)

Petrakis – The Greek Economy and the Crisis; Challenges and Responses (2012)

Pento – The Coming Bond Market Collapse; How to Survive the Demise of the U.S. Debt Market (2013)

Pelaez – Regulation of Banks and Finance; Theory and Policy after the Credit Crisis (2009)

Pedneault – Fraud 101; Techniques and Strategies for Understanding Fraud, 3e (2009)

Pedersen – Wall Street Primer (2009)

Peck – Pinched; How the Great Recession has Narrowed our Futures and What We Can Do about It (2011)

Paulson – On the Brink; Inside the Race to Stop the Collapse of the Global Financial System (2010)

Patterson – Dark Pools; High-Speed Traders, A.I. Bandits, and the Threat to the Global Financial System (2012)

Partnoy – The Match King; Ivar Kreuger, The Financial Genius Behind A Century of Wall Street Scandals (2009)

Palley – From Financial Crisis to Stagnation; the Destruction of Shared Prosperity and the Role of Economics (2012)

Palit (ed.) – South Asia; Beyond the Global Financial Crisis (2011)

Palit (Ed.) – South Asia; Beyond the Global Financial Crisis (2011) 2

Palan – Bubbles and Crashes in Experimental Asset Markets (2009)

Paganetto (Ed.) – Public Debt, Global Governance and Economic Dynamism (2013)

Oyama – Post-Crisis Risk Management; Bracing for the Next Perfect Storm (2010)

O’Shea – The Deal from Hell; How Moguls and Wall Street Plundered Great American Newspapers (2011)

Osenton – Boomer Destiny; Leading the U.S. through the Worst Crisis since the Great Depression (2009)

Orrell – Economyths; Ten Ways Economics Gets It Wrong (2010)

Olsen – The Anti-Corruption Handbook; How to Protect Your Business in the Global Marketplace (2010)

Olen – Pound Foolish; Exposing the Dark Side of the Personal Finance Industry (2012)

OECD – The Financial Crisis, Reform and Exit Strategies (2009)

O’Callaghan – Usury, Funds, and Banks; Also Forestalling Traffick, and Monopoly (1834)

O’Connor – The Fiscal Crisis of the State (2009)

Norberg – Financial Fiasco; How America’s Infatuation with Homeownership and Easy Money Created the Economic Crisis (2009)

Nolan (Ed.) – Economic and Social Rights after the Global Financial Crisis (2014)

Noer – Healing the Wounds; Overcoming the Trauma of Layoffs and Revitalizing Downsized Organizations (2009)

Niemi (Eds.) – Consumer Credit, Debt & Bankruptcy; Comparative and International Perspectives (2009)

Nicholas – Investing in Hedge Fund; Strategies for the New Marketplace (1999)

Nesvetailova – Fragile Finance; Debt, Speculation and Crisis in the Age of Global Credit (2007)

Nesvetailova – Financial Alchemy in Crisis; the Great Liquidity Illusion (2010)

Nayak – The Global Financial Crisis; Genesis, Policy Response and Road Ahead (2013)

NacNeil & O’Brien (Eds.) – The Future of Financial Regulation (2010)

Murphy – Unravelling the Credit Crunch (2009)

Muolo & Padilla – Chain of Blame; How Wall Street Caused the Mortgage and Credit Crisis (2008)

Muolo -$700 Billion Bailout; the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act and What It Means to You, Your Money .. (2009)

Munson – Rigged Money; Beating Wall Street at Its own Game (2012)

Moyo – How the West was Lost; Fifty Years of Economic Folly – And the Stark Choices Ahead (2011)

Moynihan – Financial Origami; How the Wall Street Model Broke (2011)

Motianey – Super Cycles; The New Economic Force Transforming Global Markets (2010)

Morgenson & Rosner – Reckless Endangerment; How Outsized Ambition, Greed, and Corruption Led to Economic Armageddon (2011)

Morgan – Lessons from the Global Financial Crisis (2009)

Moosa – The Myth of Too Big to Fail (2010)

Moloney – How to Protect Investors; Lessons from the EC and the UK (2010)

Mitsopoulos & Pelagidis – Understanding the Crisis in Greece; From Boom to Bust (2011)

Mitsopoulos & Pelagidis – Understanding the Crisis in Greece; from Boom to Bust (2011) 2

Mishkin & Eakins – Financial Markets and Institutions, 7e (2012)

Minsky – Stabilizing an Unstable Economy (2008)

Mills – Buy, Lie, and Sell High; How Investors Lost Out on Enron and the Internet Bubble (2002)

Miller et al – The Commercial Real Estate Revolution (2009)

Mian & Sufi – House of Debt; How They Caused the Great Recession, and How We Can Prevent It from Happening Again (2014)

Mesa-Lago – World Crisis Effects on Social Security in Latin America and the Caribbean; Lessons and Policies (2009)

Mercille – The Political Economy and Media Coverage of the European Economic Crisis; the Case of Ireland (2015)

Menschel – Markets, Mobs & Mayhem; A Modern Look At the Madness of Crowds (2002)

Mellyn – Broken Markets; a User’s Guide to the Post-Finance Economy (2012)

McTague – Crapshoot Investing; How Tech-savvy Traders and Clueless Regulators Turned the Stock Market into a Casino(2011)

McNally – Global Slump; the Economics and Politics of Crisis and Resistance (2011)

Mclean & Nocera – All the Devils are Here; the Hidden History of the Financial Crisis (2010)

McLean & Nocera – All the Devils are here; the Hidden History of the Financial Crisis (2010) 2

McLean & Elkind – The Smartest Guys in the Room; the Amazing Rise and Scandalous Fall of Enron (2004)

McElvaine – The Great Depression; America, 1929-1941 (2009)

McCleskey – When Free Markets Fail; Saving the Market When It Can’t Save Itself (2010)

McClellan – Full of Bull; Unscramble Wall Street Doubletalk to Protect and Build Your Portfolio (2010)

McCarty et al – Political Bubbles; Financial Crisis and the Failure of American Democracy (2013)

McCall – Financial Recovery; Developing a Healthy Relationship with Money (2011)

Mayo – Exile on Wall Street; One Analyst’s Fight to Save the Big Banks from Themselves (2012)

Maxwell – The Price Is Wrong; Understanding What Makes a Price Seem Fair and the True Cost of Unfair Pricing (2008)

Mauldin & Tepper – Endgame; the End of the Debt Supercycle and How It Changes Everything (2011)

Mauldin & Tepper – Code Red; How to Protect Your Savings from the Coming Crisis (2014)

Mauldin – Endgame; the End of the Debt Supercycle and how It Changes Everything (2011)

Matthews – Struggle and Survival on Wall Street The Economics of Competition among Securities Firms (1994)

Marinc & Vlahu – The Economics of Bank Bankruptcy Law (2012)

Marin – Global Pension Crisis; Unfunded Liabilities and How We Can Fill the Gap (2013)

Marco – The Economics of the Monetary Union and the Eurozone Crisis (2014)

Marazzi – The Violence of Financial Capitalism (2010)

Mansharamani – Boombustology; Spotting Financial Bubbles Before They Burst (2011)

Manolopoulos – Greece’s ‘Odious’ Debt; the Looting of the Hellenic Republic (2011)

Mann – Republic of Debtors; Bankruptcy in the Age of American Independence (2002)

Mankiw & Ball – Macroeconomics and the Financial System (2011)

Mandis – What Happened to Goldman Sachs; an Insider’s Story of Organizational Drift and Its Unintended Consequences (2013)

Mandelbrot – The Misbehavior of Markets; a Fractal View of Risk, Ruin, and Reward (2004)

Managing Public Dept; From Diagnostics to Reform Implementation (World Bank, 2007)

Maltritz & Berlemann (Eds.) – Financial Crises, Sovereign Risk and the Role of Institutions (2013)

Malpass (Ed.) – The Housing Crisis (1986)

Mallaby – More Money Than God; Hedge Funds and the Making of a New Elite (2010)

Malkiel – A Random Walk Down Wall Street; Including a Life-Cycle Guide to Personal Investing (1999)

Makansi – Lights Out; The Electricity Crisis, the Global Economy, and What It Means to You (2007)

Magdoff & Yates – The ABCs of The Economic Crisis; What Working People Need to Know (2009)

Madura – What Every Investor Needs To Know About Accounting Fraud (2004)

Madrick – Age of Greed; the Triumph of Finance and the Decline of America, 1970 to the Present (2011)

MacNeil & O’Brien (Eds.) – The Future of Financial Regulation (2010)

Macey – The Death of Corporate Reputation; How Integrity Has Been Destroyed on Wall Street (2013)

MacEwan – Debt & Disorder; International Economic Instability and U.S. Imperial Decline (1990)

Macdonald – A Free Nation Deep in Debt; the Financial Roots of Democracy (2003)

Lydersen – Revolt on Goose Island; the Chicago Factory Takeover and What It Says About the Economic Crisis (2014)

Luxemburg – The Accumulation of Capital (2003)

Lumley – Breaking the Banks in Motor City (2009)

Lucas (ed.) – Measuring and Managing Federal Financial Risk (2010)

Lowenstein – The End of Wall Street (2010)

Lorca-Susino – The Euro in the 21st Century; Economic Crisis and Financial Uproar (2010)

Lomborg (ed.) – Global Crisis, Global Solutions, 2nd ed. (2009)

Loeper – Stop the Retirement Rip-Off; How to Keep More of Your Money for Retirement, 2e (2012)

Loeper – Stop the Investing Rip-Off; How to Avoid Being a Victim and Make More Money, 2e (2012)

Locke & Spender – Confronting Managerialism; How the Business Elite and Their Schools Threw Our Lives Out of Balance (2011)

Lo & MacKinlay – A Non-Random Walk Down Wall Street (1999)

Lo – China after the Subprime Crisis; Opportunities in the New Economic Landscape (2010)

Lloyd – Business at a Crossroads; The Crisis of Corporate Leadership (2010)

Livesey – Thieves of Bay Street; How Banks, Brokerages, and the Wealthy Steal Billions a Year from Canadians (2012)

Littlechild – The Fallacy of the Mixed Economy (1986)

Little & Rhodes – Understanding Wall Street, 5th ed. (2010)

Little – The Paradox of Wealth and Poverty; Mapping the Ethical Dilemmas of Global Development (2003)

Lin et al – National Intellectual Capital and the Financial Crisis in Israel, Jordan, South Africa, and Turkey (2014)

Lin et al – National Intellectual Capital and the Financial Crisis in Indonesia, Malaysia, The Philippines, and Thailand (2014)

Lin et al – National Intellectual Capital and the Financial Crisis in France, Germany, Ireland, and the United Kingdom (2014)

Lin et al – National Intellectual Capital and the Financial Crisis in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, and Poland (2014)

Lin et al – National Intellectual Capital and the Financial Crisis in Austria, Belgium, The Netherlands, and Switzerland (2014)

Lin et al – National Intellectual Capital and the Financial Crisis in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Venezuela (2014)

Lin – Against the Consensus; Reflections on the Great Recession (2013)

Lim – Money Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make (2004)

Lilley – Dirty Dealing; The Untold Truth About Global Money Laundering, International Crime and Terrorism (2006)

Lhabitant – Hedge Funds; Myths and Limits (2002)

Lewitt – The Death Of Capital; How Creative Policy Can Restore Stability (2010)

Lewis – Where Keynes Went Wrong, and Why World Governments Keep Creating Inflation, Bubbles, and Busts (2011)

Lewis – The Big Short; a True Story (2011)

Lewis – How Much Money Does an Economy Need; Solving the Central Economic Puzzle of Money, Prices, and Jobs (2007)

Lewis – Flash Boys; a Wall Street Revolt (2014)

Levitt – Take on the Street; What Wall Street and Corporate America Don’t Want You to Know (2002)

Levine – Wealth and Freedom; an Introduction to Political Economy (1995)

Lepler – The Many Panics of 1837; People, Politics, and the Creation of a Transatlantic Financial Crisis (2013)

Lepatner – Broken Buildings, Busted Budgets; How to Fix America’s Trillion-Dollar Construction Industry (2007)

Leopold – How to Make a Million Dollars an Hour; Why Hedge Funds Get Away with Siphoning Away America’s Wealth (2013)

Lemieux – Somebody in Charge; A Solution to Recessions (2011)

Lehman – Independent Accounts; The Possibilities for Auditor Independence in the Age of Financial Scandal (2007)

Lee & Chan (Eds.) – The Crisis of Welfare in East Asia (2007)

Lee – Running the World’s Markets; the Governance of Financial Infrastructure (2011)

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Leduff – Detroit; an American Autopsy (2013)

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Boyle – 2014; How to Survive the Next World Crisis (2010)

Boyd – Fatal Risk; a Cautionary Tale of AIG’s Corporate Suicide (2011)

Bown (Ed.) – The Great Recession and Import Protection; the Role of Temporary Trade Barriers (2011)

Bottiglia (Eds.) – Consolidation in the European Financial Industry (2010)

Bootle – Money for Nothing; Real Wealth, Financial Fantasies, and the Economy of the Future (2003)

Bonner & Wiggin – The New Empire of Debt; The Rise and Fall of an Epic Financial Bubble, 2nd ed. (2009)

Bonner & Wiggin – Financial Reckoning Day – Surviving the Soft Depression of the 21st Century (2003)

Bonner & Rajiva – Mobs, Messiahs and Markets (2007)

Bonner – Dice Have No Memory; Bit Bets & Bad Economics from Paris to the Pampas (2011)

Bonner – Dice Have No Memory; Big Bets & Bad Economics from Paris to Pampas (2011)

Bomfim – Understanding Credit Derivatives and Related Instruments (2005)

Bolten – Stock Market Cycles; A Practical Explanation (2000)

Block – The Origins of International Economic Disorder (1977)

Bliss & Kaufman – Financial Institutions and Markets, The Financial Crisis; An Early Retrospective (2010)

Blinder – After the Music Stopped; the Financial Crisis, the Response, and the Work Ahead (2013)

Blackburn – Age Shock, How Finance Is Failing Us (2011)

Black – The Best Way to Rob a Bank Is to Own One; How Corporate Executives and Politicians Looted the S&L Industry (2005)

Bivens – Failure by Design; the Story behind America’s Broken Economy (2011)

Bittle & Johnson – Your Guided Tour to the Federal Budget Crisis (2008)

Bitros & Karayiannis – Creative Crisis in Democracy and Economy (2013)

Bing – The Big Bing; Black Holes of the Time Management, Gaseous Executive Bodies, Exploding Careers .. (2003)

Bing – Bingsop’s Fables; Little Morals for Big Business (2011)

Biggs – Hedgehogging (2006)

Biggs – Diary of a Hedgehog (2012)

Bierman – Beating the Bear; Lessons from the 1929 Crash Applied to today’s World (2010)

Bielecki – Credit Risk Frontiers; Subprime Crisis, Pricing and Hedging, CVA, MBS, Ratings, and Liquidity (2011)

Bhide – A Call for Judgment; Sensible Finance for a Dynamic Economy (2010)

Bhattacharyya – Growth Miracles and Growth Debacles; Exploring Root Causes (2011)

Betz – Why Bank Panics Matter; Cross-Disciplinary Economic Theory (2014)

Bernstein – Economist on Wall Street (2008)

Bernstein – Capital Ideas; The Improbable Origins of Wall Street (1992)

Berlinski – Menace in Europe; Why the Continent’s Crisis Is America’s Too (2007)

Berlatsky (ed.) – The Global Financial Crisis (2010)

Bergsten & Williamson – Dollar Overvaluation and the World Economy (2003)

Bergdoll – Foreclosed; Rehousing the American Dream (2012)

Berenson – The Number; How the Drive for Quarterly Earnings Corrupted Wall Street and Corporate America (2003)

Berend -Europe in Crisis; Bolt from the Blue (2013)

Benston et al – Following the Money; the Enron Failure and the State of the Corporate Disclosure (2003)

Bemholz – Monetary Regimes and Inflation (2003)

Belfort – The Wolf of Wall Street (2007)

Belfort – Catching the Wolf of Wall Street; More Incredible True Stories of Fortunes, Schemes, Parties, and Prison (2009)

Beinhocker – The Origin of Wealth; Evolution, Complexity, and the Radical Remaking of Economics (2006)

Beckerman & Solimano (eds.) – Crisis and Dollarization in Ecuador; Stability, Growth, and Social Equity (2002)

Bebchuk & Fried – Pay without Performance; the Unfulfilled Promise of Executive Compensation (2004)

Beattie – Who’s in Charge Here; How Governments Are Failing the World Economy (2012)

Beattie – False Economy; A Surprising Economic History of the World (2009)

Baur – Eliminated! Now what; Finding your Way from Job-Loss Crisis to Career Resilience (2011)

Barton et al – Dangerous Markets; Managing in Financial Crises (2003)

Bartiromo – The Weekend that Changed Wall Street; and How the Fallout is Still Impacting the World (2011)

Barth et al (Eds.) – The Savings and Loan Crisis; Lessons from a Regulatory Failure (2004)

Barth – The Rise and Fall of the U.S. Mortgage and Credit Markets (2009)

Barreveld – The Enron Collapse (2002)

Barrera – Market Complicity and Christian Ethics (2011)

Barofsky – Bailout; an Inside Account of How Washington Abandoned Main Street While Rescuing Wall Street (2012)

Barnett – Getting It Wrong; How Faulty Monetary Statistics Undermine the Fed, the Financial System, and the Economy (2012)

Banks – See No Evil; Uncovering the Truth Behind the Financial Crisis (2011)

Banks – Risk and Financial Catastrophe (2009)

Baker – False Profits; Recovering from the Bubble Economy (2010)

Bakan – The Corporation; the Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power (2004)

Bajo & Roelants – Capital and the Debt Trap; Learning from Cooperatives in the Global Crisis (2011)

Bair – Bull by the Horns; Fighting to Save Main Street from Wall Street and Wall Street from Itself (2012)

Bagus – The Tragedy of the Euro (2010)

Bagli – Other People’s Money; Inside the Housing Crisis and the Demise of the Greatest Real Estate Deal Every Made (2013)

Baer & Gensler – The Great Mutual Fund Trap; an Investment Recovery Plan (2002)

Backman – Asia Future Shock; Business Crisis and Opportunity in the Coming Years (2008)

Authers – The Fearful Rise of Markets; Global Bubbles, Synchronized Meltdowns, and How to Prevent Them (2010)

Authers – The Fearful Rise of Markets (2010)

Auletta – The Streets Were Paved with Gold (1980)

Augen – The Volatility Edge in Options Trading; New Technical Strategies for Investing in Unstable Markets (2008)

Augar – The Greed Merchants; How the Investment Banks Played the Free Market Game (2005)

Atwood – Payback; Debt and the Shadow Side of Wealth (2008)

Aslund – The Last Shall be the First; The East European Financial Crisis, 2008-10 (2010)

Aslund – Russia after the Global Economic Crisis (2010)

Arvedlund – Too Good to Be True; the Rise and Fall of Bernie Madoff (2009)

Aronowitz – Just Around the Corner; the Paradox of the Jobless Recovery (2005)

Arnuk & Saluzzi – Broken Markets; How High Frequency Trading and Predatory Practices on Wall Street are Destroying Investor Confidence (2012)

Armour & McCahery (Eds.) – After Enron; Improving Corporate Law and Modernising Securities Regulation in Europe and the US (2006)

Arestis (eds.) – An Assessment of the Global Impact of the Financial Crisis (2011)

Anonymous – Diary of a Very Bad Year; Confessions of an Anonymous Hedge Fund Manager (2010)

Anderson – Closed-End Funds, Exchange-Traded Funds, and Hedge Funds (2010)

Anagnost et al (Eds.) – Global Futures in East Asia; Youth, Nation, and the New Economy in Uncertain Times (2013)

Amihud et al – Market Liquidity; Asset Pricing, Risk, and Crises (2013)

Altucher – SuperCash; The New Hedge Fund Capitalism (2006)

Altman & Hotchkiss – Corporate Financial Distress and Bankruptcy, 3e (2006)

Allen – Fixing the Housing Market; Financial Innovations for the Future (2012)

Aliber & Zoega – Preludes to the Icelandic Financial Crisis (2011)

Albo – In and Out of Crisis; The Global Financial Meltdown and Left Alternatives (2010)

Ajamie & Kelly – Financial Serial Killers; Inside the World of Wall Street Money Hustlers, Swindlers, and Con Men (2010)

Ahamed – Lords of Finance; The Bankers Who Broke the World (2009)

Agarwal & Naik – Hedge Funds (2005)

Adler – Economics for the Rest of Us; Debunking the Science That Makes Life Dismal (2010)

Acharya – Guaranteed to Fail; Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Debacle of Mortgage Finance (2011)

Abramson – Digital Phoenix; Why the Information Economy Collapsed and How It Will Rise Again (2005)

Abdelnour – Economic Warfare; Secrets of Wealth Creation in the Age of Welfare Politics (2012)

Aalbers (Ed.) – Subprime Cities; the Political Economy of Mortgage Markets (2012)

Greece situation within the eurozone

I found four new videos on the website. They’re very useful to get a full understanding of what’s going on with Greece debt and the fate of Greece in the EU.

Greek debt recession and austerity (part 1): A primer of why Greece is in a tough situation (more in future videos)

Greek financial crisis (part 2): What Greece could have done if it had its own currency

How and why Greece would leave the Euro (part 3): The pain and mechanics of leaving the Euro

Why Europe is worried about Greece: Why the Greek situation is scary for Europe as a whole

NAIRU (Non-Accelerating Inflation Rate of Unemployment)

Cette publication fait référence à une autre publication, plus ancienne. Je me dois ici de rappeler à la fois cette publication et de reposter l’interview de l’auteur du livre à partir duquel je développe cette réflexion et la présentation du NAIRU de l’économiste James Tobin.

Du fait de ma lecture de l’ouvrage de Pierre-Yves Rougeyron “Enquête sur la loi du 3 janvier 1973”, je développe fréquemment l’analyse suivante, également étayée par mes lectures sur la théorie et la pratique des politiques monétaires actuelles des principales banques centrales :

– L’absence d’étalon – donc d’étalonnage – de la monnaie par rapport aux métaux précieux depuis la fin du lien entre le dollars américain et l’or, appelle à l’existence d’un “point d’ancrage nominal” pour éviter une inflation trop importante et donc une perte de la valeur de la monnaie au fil du temps.

– Ce point d’ancrage nominal est de nos jours une cible de niveau d’inflation annuel (moins de 2% mais proche de 2% pour la BCE), principe jouant le rôle de l’or sous le système financier mondial de Bretton Woods).

– La France a toujours connu un niveau relativement élevé d’inflation, à contrario de l’Allemagne – traumatisée par l’hyperinflation sous la République de Weimar -, notamment via le recours fréquent aux dévaluations du franc français avant l’euro. C’était ces dévaluations qui permettaient de relancer l’économie, accroître la compétitivité, et faire baisser le chômage – au demeurant fort limité

– Par conséquent, il est aisé de déduire de cet extrait de l’ouvrage :

Comme Jean Serisé le déclare (conseiller proche de Valéry Giscard D’Estain au moment de la loi de 1973) “toutes les sociétés ont besoin de soupapes de sécurité : dans le temps c’était la monnaie, aujourd’hui c’est le taux d’emploi. La loi de 1973 apparaît alors comme un changement de paradigme avec l’abandon de la monnaie en tant que bien public au profit de l’emploi comme nouvelle variable d’ajustement. Autrement dit c’est le choix du chômage qui a été fait en 1972.

A terme, le chômage deviendra même une politique institutionnelle, autrement dit, le “taux de chômage minimum” qui doit être maintenu pour “garantir l’absence d’inflation”. Cette théorie a été formalisée par James Tobin d’après les recherches de Franco Modiglinani et Lucas Padademos. C’est à dire le NAIRU (Non-Accelerating Inflation Rate of Unemployment), taux de chômage n’accélérant pas l’inflation.

Taux de chômage n’accélérant pas l’inflation : liste des taux nécessaires pour se prémunir d’une inflation trop importante d’après les calculs de l’OCDE et du FMI (source wikipedia, à considérer avec précaution) :

Pays 19806 19996
Allemagne 3,3 % 6,9 %
États-Unis 6,1 % 5,2 %
France 5,8 % 9,5 %
Japon 1,9 % 4,0 %
Zone euro 5,5 % 8,8 %

Vous noterez la différence entre la France et l’Allemagne, que la dernière statistique fait référence à 1999 soit il y a 16 ans, et que le taux de chômage NAIRU est déjà particulièrement élevé. Tout ceci est à rapprocher avec la naissance de l’euro, les concessions nécessaires à cet effet, et le niveau de chômage actuel.

Pierre-Yves Rougeyron : “le peu de marge de manoeuvre dont dispose encore François Hollande… ” voir la vidéo ci dessous.

Pour la France en 1999, l’OCDE estimait le NAIRU à environ 9,5 %. Il ne s’agit pas d’une recommandation, mais d’une estimation : ainsi, cela ne signifie pas que l’OCDE conseillait à la France de maintenir le chômage à au moins 9,5 % sous peine de créer de l’inflation en raison d’une hausse des salaires, mais simplement que selon l’OCDE, le cadre structurel de la France impliquait inévitablement un fort chômage, ou une accélération de l’inflation.

Vous pouvez lire le rapport de l’OCDE (en anglais) sans quitter mon blog en cliquant ici. Il serait particulièrement intéressant de dénicher une version plus récente de ce document (l’année 2000 est un peu loin derrière nous maintenant mais nul doute que le NAIRU a dû encore augmenter).