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Beginning in the s and early s he published on American economic history in the 19th century, including The Jacksonian Economy and Causal Factors in American Economic Growth in the Nineteenth Centuryas well as Reckoning with Slaverywhich was an examination of the slave economy and its effects.
Throughout this informative and highly readable account, Temin searches for and identifies guidelines for the economic and political decisions to be made in the final decade of this century.
Chad Houghton marked it as to-read Oct 25, RajanLuigi Zingales No preview available – Or, a system can break down because it has become unstable. Peter Temin also finds parallels in recent history, in the relentless deflationary course followed by the U. Beginning in the s and early s he published on American depresson history in the 19th century, including The Jacksonian Economy Peter Temin born 17 December grest an economist and economic historian, currently Gray Professor Emeritus of Economics, MIT and former head of the Economics Department.
Despite some reservations, this reviewer knows of no better survey of the subject. Do events of the s carry a message for the s?
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For the most part, he accomplishes his objective. If there is one key lesson to be learned, Peter Temin points out, it is that political ideology drives economic events.
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Sam marked it as to-read Jan 13, Temin MIT blames blind adherence to the gold standard for the initiation and the persistence of the Great Depression. Brandon rated it liked it Jan 31, He continued his study of 19th century industrialization with Engines of Enterprise.
Matthew Sullivan added it Aug 01, Paul Mack added it Dec 09, Then, anything can make it break tsmin. For Temin, the economy was relatively stable.
A breakdown deprezsion a system can come from a shock. Nov 02, James rated it really liked it. He considers the proper role of economic and political models and ideologies in the fashioning of economic policy, the advantages and disadvantages of international economic cooperation and long term versus short term focus in the making of economic policy Peter Temin is Professor of Economics at MIT.
It describes the causes of the depression, why it was so widespread and prolonged, and what brought about eventual recovery. Steven rated it really liked it Sep 05, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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Books by Peter Temin. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Serge rated it really liked it Oct 26, Curtis Penner rated it liked it Nov 02, People are rational, to lessonz point. When things start going bad, when a systemic breakdown sets in, you think things are going to get better.