Hardcover with Dust Jacket in Very Good (VG) condition. Clean and straight.
This is a memoir and an exploration of the world's financial markets of the 20th century. Dr Kaufman devotes the heart of the book to the major arenas of financial and economic life in which he has participated in for over half a century. Why has the Federal reserve gained so much power and what are the implications for investors? What patterns can be seen in the creditr crunches and other financial crisies that have rocked Wall Street and world markets in recent decades? These questions and others are answered. Dr Kaufman weaves personal anicdotes throughout the book, from fleeing Nazi Germany to his arrival on Wall Street.