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After the Music Stopped

by- Alan S. Blinder

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After The Music Stopped examines and describes the origins of the previous decade's great financial crash. It explains the mechanics of the root conditions as well as the chain of events that occurred as confusion started to set in. Finally, it outlines how the United States administration was able to stop the chaos and save the economy.

Alan S. Blinder is an American economist and Princeton University professor who has written scores of books on economic policy. He worked at the US Federal Reserve and was an economic advisor to President Bill Clinton.
  • Investors, bankers, and banking authorities at the federal and state levels
  • Anyone interested in the origins of one of the world's worst financial crises
  • Anyone interested in how the US government intervened to help ease the crisis