The legendary financier reflects on key problems in the deepening global economic crisis since publication of his international bestseller The New Paradigm of Financial Markets.
Harcover Published Date: 2010
Five lectures George Soros recently delivered at the Central European University in Budapest which he founded in 1991 distill a lifetime of his thinking on finance, capitalism, and open society
Soros’ opening sentence summarizes his sense of urgency about the turmoil in the financial world, where he is one of the most successful and enduring of investors: “We are in the midst of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s.”
George Soros provides a thought-provoking, contemplative and informed perspective on what is wrong with the US.
Soros offers a sharp critique of the neoconservative philosophy he sees guiding the George W. Bush administration.
Soros explains his vision to “make global capitalism more stable and equitable”.
Soros takes a whole new look at the arguments he made in The Crisis of Global Capitalism, incorporating the very latest in global economic and political developments.
Written in 1998, Soros analyzes an earlier global financial crisis and demonstrates how faulty theoretical assumptions combined with human behavior had led to the turmoil. He suggests remedies to the meltdown, based on his years of experience as a financier and philanthropist.
A hit with those wanting an in-depth look into the mind of the master investor.
George Soros has done more for open societies than any other private citizen in the world. Here he describes his experiences helping to bring about democratic change in Eastern Europe.
George Soros compares and contrasts open and closed societies and illustrates the superiority of the open society system. He offers solutions for the then crumbling Soviet Empire to integrate into the free world.
Soros presents a theoretical and practical account of current financial trends and a new paradigm by which to understand the financial market today.