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The Resource Panic : the story of modern financial insanity, [edited by] Michael Lewis

Panic : the story of modern financial insanity, [edited by] Michael Lewis

Label
Panic : the story of modern financial insanity
Title
Panic
Title remainder
the story of modern financial insanity
Statement of responsibility
[edited by] Michael Lewis
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Lewis, Michael
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  • Financial crises
  • Financial crises
  • Finance
  • Investments
Label
Panic : the story of modern financial insanity, [edited by] Michael Lewis
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Tim Metz --
  • Bear CEO's handling of crisis raises issues
  • Kate Kelly
  • What Wall Street's CEOs don't know can kill you
  • Michael Lewis
  • The Bear flu: how it spread
  • David Henry & Matthew Goldstein
  • A Wall Street trader draws some subprime lessons
  • Michael Lewis
  • After the money's gone
  • Paul Krugman
  • Michael Lewis
  • Hedge funds come unstuck on truth-twisting lies
  • Matthew Lynn
  • Trader made billions on subprime
  • Gregory Zuckerman
  • The lonely feeling of small investors
  • Stephen Labaton
  • Yuppies' last rites readied
  • Richard J. Meislin
  • What goes up
  • Eric J. Weiner
  • Did the computer cause the crash?
  • Lester C. Thurow
  • I.
  • Crash-proofing the market; a lot of expert opinions but few results /
  • Terri Thompson
  • Short circuits
  • The Economist
  • Crash course: Black Monday's biggest lesson: don't run scared
  • Robert J. Shiller
  • II.
  • FOREIGNERS GONE WILD.
  • Mutual funds quarterly report; the forecast looks brighter for adventure travel
  • Reed Abelson
  • A BRAND-NEW KIND OF CRASH.
  • Thailand warns currency speculators
  • The New York Times (NYT)
  • A Thai business wonders, will it all crumble?
  • David Holley
  • Reporter associate Jeremy Kahn, "Saving Asia"
  • Paul Krugman
  • From Frontline's "The Crash"
  • Interview with Rob Johnson ; Interview with Jeffrey D Sachs
  • Finance and economics: a detour or a derailment?
  • The Economist
  • Riding the wild bull
  • Pulling Russia's chain
  • Michael Lewis
  • How the eggheads cracked
  • Michael Lewis
  • 10 years after the Asian crisis, we're not out of the woods yet
  • Joseph Stiglitz
  • Asia's long road to recovery
  • Keith Bradsher
  • Tracking an online trend, and a route to suicide
  • Choe Sang-Hun
  • Stephen Koepp
  • III.
  • THE NEW NEW PANIC.
  • Bigger Netscape offering
  • NYT
  • Underwriters raise offer price for Netscape Communication
  • NYT
  • With internet cachet, not profit, a new stock is Wall Street's darling
  • Laurence Zuckerman
  • How net fever sent shares of a firm on a 3-day joy ride
  • Carrick Mollenkamp & Karen Lundegaard
  • The crash of '87: Chicago's shadow markets' led free fall in a plunge that began right at opening
  • "New new money," from The New New Thing
  • Michael Lewis
  • Cooling it: Wall Street firms try to keep internet mania from ending badly
  • Rebecca Buckman & Aaron Lucchetti
  • Burning up
  • Jack Willoughby
  • from Dot.com: The greatest story ever sold
  • John Cassidy
  • The high price of research: caveat investor: stock and research analysts covering dot-coms aren't as independent as you think
  • Erick Schonfeld
  • Scott McMurry & Robert L. Rose
  • Fumble.com: internet companies threw millions into the air at the Super Bowl. They're still pretending they scored a touchdown
  • Katharine Mieszkowski
  • Meet the dumbest dot-com in the world
  • Mark Gimein
  • The financial page: how mountebanks became moguls
  • James Surowiecki
  • Dot coms: what have we learned?
  • Jeremy Useem
  • In defense of the boom
  • Michael Lewis
  • From the Brady Commission Report
  • IV.
  • THE PEOPLE'S PANIC.
  • How to get rich in real estate
  • Dave Barry
  • Shaky foundation: rising home prices cast appraisers in a harsh light
  • John Hechinger
  • The next crash
  • John Cassidy
  • As bubble speculation rises, industry sees little fear
  • Robert Julavits
  • From Black Monday: the catastrophe of Oct 18, 1987... and beyond
  • This is the sound of a bubble bursting
  • Peter S. Goodman
  • Opening statement of Charman Christopher Dodd: hearing on "Mortgage market turmoil: causes and consequences"
  • Dodd, Christopher
  • Subprime homesick blues
  • James Surowiecki
  • Triple-A failure
  • Roger Lowenstein
  • from "Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer"
  • Larry Roberts
Control code
ocn227016562
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
1st ed
Extent
viii, 391 p.
Isbn
9780393065145
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2008039523
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)227016562
Label
Panic : the story of modern financial insanity, [edited by] Michael Lewis
Publication
Contents
  • Tim Metz --
  • Bear CEO's handling of crisis raises issues
  • Kate Kelly
  • What Wall Street's CEOs don't know can kill you
  • Michael Lewis
  • The Bear flu: how it spread
  • David Henry & Matthew Goldstein
  • A Wall Street trader draws some subprime lessons
  • Michael Lewis
  • After the money's gone
  • Paul Krugman
  • Michael Lewis
  • Hedge funds come unstuck on truth-twisting lies
  • Matthew Lynn
  • Trader made billions on subprime
  • Gregory Zuckerman
  • The lonely feeling of small investors
  • Stephen Labaton
  • Yuppies' last rites readied
  • Richard J. Meislin
  • What goes up
  • Eric J. Weiner
  • Did the computer cause the crash?
  • Lester C. Thurow
  • I.
  • Crash-proofing the market; a lot of expert opinions but few results /
  • Terri Thompson
  • Short circuits
  • The Economist
  • Crash course: Black Monday's biggest lesson: don't run scared
  • Robert J. Shiller
  • II.
  • FOREIGNERS GONE WILD.
  • Mutual funds quarterly report; the forecast looks brighter for adventure travel
  • Reed Abelson
  • A BRAND-NEW KIND OF CRASH.
  • Thailand warns currency speculators
  • The New York Times (NYT)
  • A Thai business wonders, will it all crumble?
  • David Holley
  • Reporter associate Jeremy Kahn, "Saving Asia"
  • Paul Krugman
  • From Frontline's "The Crash"
  • Interview with Rob Johnson ; Interview with Jeffrey D Sachs
  • Finance and economics: a detour or a derailment?
  • The Economist
  • Riding the wild bull
  • Pulling Russia's chain
  • Michael Lewis
  • How the eggheads cracked
  • Michael Lewis
  • 10 years after the Asian crisis, we're not out of the woods yet
  • Joseph Stiglitz
  • Asia's long road to recovery
  • Keith Bradsher
  • Tracking an online trend, and a route to suicide
  • Choe Sang-Hun
  • Stephen Koepp
  • III.
  • THE NEW NEW PANIC.
  • Bigger Netscape offering
  • NYT
  • Underwriters raise offer price for Netscape Communication
  • NYT
  • With internet cachet, not profit, a new stock is Wall Street's darling
  • Laurence Zuckerman
  • How net fever sent shares of a firm on a 3-day joy ride
  • Carrick Mollenkamp & Karen Lundegaard
  • The crash of '87: Chicago's shadow markets' led free fall in a plunge that began right at opening
  • "New new money," from The New New Thing
  • Michael Lewis
  • Cooling it: Wall Street firms try to keep internet mania from ending badly
  • Rebecca Buckman & Aaron Lucchetti
  • Burning up
  • Jack Willoughby
  • from Dot.com: The greatest story ever sold
  • John Cassidy
  • The high price of research: caveat investor: stock and research analysts covering dot-coms aren't as independent as you think
  • Erick Schonfeld
  • Scott McMurry & Robert L. Rose
  • Fumble.com: internet companies threw millions into the air at the Super Bowl. They're still pretending they scored a touchdown
  • Katharine Mieszkowski
  • Meet the dumbest dot-com in the world
  • Mark Gimein
  • The financial page: how mountebanks became moguls
  • James Surowiecki
  • Dot coms: what have we learned?
  • Jeremy Useem
  • In defense of the boom
  • Michael Lewis
  • From the Brady Commission Report
  • IV.
  • THE PEOPLE'S PANIC.
  • How to get rich in real estate
  • Dave Barry
  • Shaky foundation: rising home prices cast appraisers in a harsh light
  • John Hechinger
  • The next crash
  • John Cassidy
  • As bubble speculation rises, industry sees little fear
  • Robert Julavits
  • From Black Monday: the catastrophe of Oct 18, 1987... and beyond
  • This is the sound of a bubble bursting
  • Peter S. Goodman
  • Opening statement of Charman Christopher Dodd: hearing on "Mortgage market turmoil: causes and consequences"
  • Dodd, Christopher
  • Subprime homesick blues
  • James Surowiecki
  • Triple-A failure
  • Roger Lowenstein
  • from "Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer"
  • Larry Roberts
Control code
ocn227016562
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
1st ed
Extent
viii, 391 p.
Isbn
9780393065145
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2008039523
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)227016562

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