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Consequences of Economic Downturn

Edited by Martha Starr ()

in Perspectives from Social Economics from Palgrave Macmillan, currently edited by Mark White

Date: 2011
ISBN: 978-0-230-11835-5
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Chapters in this book:

Ch Chapter 1 Beyond the Usual Economics
Martha Starr
Ch Chapter 10 Recession and the Social Economy
Martha Starr
Ch Chapter 11 Beyond the Wasteland: A Report from Detroit
Bruce Pietrykowski
Ch Chapter 12 Teaching Financial Literacy in the Wake of the Financial Crisis
Deborah M. Figart
Ch Chapter 2 The Economic Crisis and the Crisis in Economics
George DeMartino
Ch Chapter 3 The Financial Crash of 2008: An Illustrative Instance of the Separation of Risk from Reward in American Capitalism
Robert Prasch
Ch Chapter 4 Rising Inequality and the Financial Crises of 1929 and 2008
Jon Wisman and Barton Baker
Ch Chapter 5 Inequality and Its Discontents: The Real Causes and Consequences of the Crisis
Steven Pressman
Ch Chapter 6 We’ve Been Nudged: The Effects of the Downturn on Dignity and Responsibility
Mark D. White
Ch Chapter 7 Race and Recession: A Comparison of the Economic Impact of the 1980s and 2007–09 Recessions on Non-College-Educated Black and White Men
Niki Dickerson vonLockette
Ch Chapter 8 Who Pays the Price When Housing Bubbles Burst? Evidence from the American Community Survey
Cynthia Bansak and Martha Starr
Ch Chapter 9 Gender Equality in U.S. Labor Markets in the “Great Recession” of 2007–10
Caren Grown and Emcet Tas

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