americanbanker“[The book] is a tour de force analyzing why banking, credit availability and banking crises vary so dramatically across countries.” The authors “make a persuasive case that among economically developed democracies, the U.S. has been uniquely prone to banking crises due to populist political influence since the early 19th century on the banking system.” — Eric Grover, principal at Intrepid Ventures

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