Morals and Markets: The Dangerous Balance
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Morals and Markets: The Dangerous Balance

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The Great Recession has colored global life for years, yet few grasp its deep causes and many worry it can happen again. In this compelling book, economist Daniel Friedman and author Daniel McNeill reveal the underpinnings of such disasters.

They arise when morals sabotage markets, or vice versa. Morals and markets exist in a dangerous balance that has deeply influenced co...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published June 11th 2013 by Palgrave Macmillan (first published January 1st 2013)
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Yes, it's over, finally! I was doubting between giving this two or three stars, but since I"m the first one giving a rating I'd feel kind of bad for the writers if I gave two, and it was not always that terrible. But in general, I really disliked this book. Of course, I am biased because economics do not really interest me, but in the beginning, it wasn't even that bad. The further I went into the book, however, the more annoying it got. Of course it would be good to write a proper review, but a...more
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