The Concise Encyclopedia of The Great Recession 2007-2012 (Google eBook)

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Scarecrow Press, Jul 30, 2012 - Business & Economics - 708 pages
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The Concise Encyclopedia of the Great Recession 2007-2012 brings to the present the necessary information for understanding the first major recession of the 21st century and one of the deepest since the Great Depression itself. Its description of recession-related actors and events since its start provides an in-depth understanding of this major rupture in modern economy, forever changing, some have argued, not only the distribution of income in the United States but the balance of economic power across the globe. Acclaimed by The New York Times as the "leading business and technical lexicographer in the nation" and serving as business terminology consultant to the Oxford English Dictionary for a quarter century, Jerry M. Rosenberg provides the most accurate and current explanation of this economic catastrophe of the last five years.

Rosenberg describes and updates the events, actors, institutions, rules, regulations, and current impact of this global financial crisis that pushed banks, financial institutions, and corporations across the world to the edge. With entries on key individuals, companies, government programs, financial instruments, and institutions, Rosenberg provides an essential reference to the most critical recession the United States has faced since the Great Depression of the 1930s. This work is an ideal tool for scholars and students seeking more information on this major event in world history.
  

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Contents

A
1
B
42
C
93
D
155
E
182
F
217
G
268
H
306
P
466
Q
490
R
492
S
518
T
565
U
595
V
623
W
630

I
335
J
365
K
379
L
384
M
400
N
435
O
453
X
644
Y
645
Z
648
INDEX
651
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
691
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Jerry M. Rosenberg is professor emeritus of Global Business and Management at Rutgers University. He has been acclaimed by The New York Times as "America's Leading Business and Technological Lexicographer."

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