Exploring Finance Today A reader in monetary affairs – A primer in auditorial central banking
Written at the turn of the century, this anthology of essays was produced in preparation for a PhD on the nature and future of central banking in relationship to the financial markets. They dig deep and extensively into the then state-of-the-art literature and review everything from an associative point of view. Although much water has since passed under the bridge of financial evolution, the themes treated here have lost none of their relevance and the ideas born of associative economics still offer hope that things may not be as dire as many imagine. We may be in thrall to the markets, but events (including this book!) may yet snap us out of our entrancement.