Explores the possible causes of the banking crisis, including greed, deregulation, government policies, excessive compensation and excessive debt. Examines the current stability of the U.S. banking system and the effect of bailouts, as well as possible fixes like increased regulation or nationalization. Also looks at the role played by foreign investments and banks in the crisis.
"Topical volumes of interest to patrons are invaluable additions to any young adult, public, or undergraduate library collection where teenagers, college students, or others are seeking a single book that has information on a controversial topic."
--American Reference Books Annual, 2012
Price: US $29.45