The Crisis of Global Capitalism: Open Society Endangered.

SOROS George (1998.)


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First UK edition. 8vo. xxx, 245, [1] pp. Original blue cloth, spine lettered in silver, dust jacket. A fine copy. London, Little, Brown and Company.

An incisive study by the Hungarian-American investor, hedge fund manager and philanthropist George Soros in which he dissects the origins of the global economic down-turn at the dawn of the new millennium, which had started in 1997 with the Asian financial crisis, and argues that the economic woes may get far worse if reforms are not enacted based on his 'Open Society' principles of a well-functioning global system that regulates the flow of capital.

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