Год издания: 2007
Количество страниц: 304
Переплет: твердый переплет
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One of America's foremost economists offers fundamental insights for investors As the chief economist at one of the country's premier financial institutions and as an advisor to policymakers around the country, Diane Swonk believes that economics is as much social policy, as financial policy. In The Passionate Economist, Swonk contends that economics is not a hard science, but a behavioral science built on the foundation of human activity. A Washington insider, she presents her extremely knowledgeable perspective on the Federal Reserve and the power of money and offers practical advice that will help investors make wiser decisions on where they put their money. Swonk also brings a unique and somewhat unlikely perspective on money and finance. As a woman in a high--level corporate position in a male--dominated industry, as a child who saw the ravages of poverty firsthand, and as a person with a learning disability, she sees more in economics than merely the moving and counting of currency. In economics, she sees a global force with the power to remake the world. In this book, she presents both her secrets to success and her informed views on economic policy globally and locally. Diane Swonk (Chicago, IL) is the Director of Economics/Chief Economist and a Senior Vice President of Bank One Corporation in Chicago. In her capacity as an expert economist, she has appeared widely in the media and has advised policymakers from Tokyo to Washington, D.C., including the White House. She has contributed to and written articles for The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and the Financial Times. Ms. Swonk is so quoted that Chicago Magazine said that her name seems the very heartbeat of the business pages.