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Author Ol' Dirty Bastard, 1968-2004.

Title The Itinerant Economist : Memoirs of a Dismal Scientist
Published London : London Publishing Partnership, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (287 pages)
Contents Foreword; Preface; A Random Walk ; Initial Stirrings; A False Start; A Marriage of Inconvenience; A Dead End; The Rising Sun; The Lowest Common Denominator; Unfinished Business; A Square Peg in a Round Hole; A Window Seat; Hedged Out; Banished to the Desert; Temporary Resurrection; The Crisis; From Hero To Villain; Resurrection Down Under; Just Macro ... ; Blank Page; Endnotes
Summary Economists and bankers have long been much maligned individuals, but never more so than in the wake of the Global Financial Crisis. Working as an economist for various financial institutions for more than twenty-five years Russell Jones had a foot in both camps. He plied his trade in a number of global financial centres - including London, Tokyo, Sydney, New York and Abu Dhabi - experiencing at first hand the extraordinary ebb and flow of an industry that came to exert a disproportionate influence on the lives of almost everyone on the planet. This is the story of his journey
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Subject Jones, Russell, 1959-
Economists -- Great Britain -- Biography.
Genre/Form Biographies.
Form Electronic book
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