Reform & Recovery

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Penguin, Jan 19, 2010
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The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Financial Crisis is being written this very moment as the crisis continues to unfold. Part Six in this ongoing series, Reform & Recovery, is available to you now exclusively in electronic format. Part Six begins with a chapter titled "What the Crisis Means for You Right Now" that offers practical ideas, strategies, and advice that you can use to prepare for and respond to the changing economic environment. Part Six also features chapters that examine the implications of a jobless recovery, changes to the healthcare system and their likely impact on the economy, and limitations to sustainable economic growth. The author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Financial Crisis will continue to cover America's evolving financial and economic situation in the coming months, so stay tuned for future installments to the series. This ground breaking format combines timely reporting with deeper analysis and a broader perspective than can be found in the newspaper or on the radio, TV, and Internet. And because it's a Complete Idiot's Guide, the content is explained in an objective, authoritative, and easy-to-understand manner.

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Introduction to Part 6
What the Crisis Means to You Right Now
US Industrial Problems and Potential
Curing the Sickness of US Health Care
The Economics of Sustainable Growth

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Tom Gorman is a business book author and collaborator. He holds an MBA from NYU and is former director of editorial services at DRI/McGraw-Hill, where he edited the monthly "Forecast of the US Economy," Hes the author or editor of hundreds of articles, analyses, white papers, and speeches and the author of the DRI chief economists statement before the Joint Economic Committee of the U.S. Congress, along with "The Complete Idiots Guide to MBA Basics, Second Edition," and "The Complete Idiots Guide to Economics,

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