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Hidden Collective Factors in Speculative Trading

A Study in Analytical Economics

Roehner, Bertrand M.

2nd ed. 2009, XXII, 312 p.

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  • Presents unified mathematical theory of speculation
  • No technical prerequisites required
  • Provides an understanding of the present economic crisis
  • Contains four new chapters about neoliberalism and the economic crises

What are the roots of the present economic crisis? The book shows that the factors commonly mentioned (e. g. subprime loans, fall in housing prices) have occurred in the past and therefore cannot account for the severity of the present crisis. There must be "something else". The analysis shows that there was a "phase transition" in the United States around 1975 which brought the following changes: - The stagnation of real wages over the past 30 years and a parallel rise in indebtment levels. - The abrupt fall in unionization rates and in the number of strikes. - The development of tax havens which deprived states of tax revenue. - The globalization of financial transactions which hinders long-term investment.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Investment - Neoliberalism - Privatization - Real-Estate Markets - Social Fragmentation - Speculation - Speculative Bubbles - Speculative Trading - Spekulation - Stock Markets - Stock market - Trading

Related subjects » Complexity - Finance & Banking - Quantitative Finance

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