The lion's work of my multi-year project reviewing all of the post-financial crisis books which I felt warranted review is long past, and my focus now is on my own work on the subject, targeting a 2017 release.  The high volume of post-2008 books came...

Perhaps one of the strangest things to say about The Big Short on big screen vs. The Big Short in book form (reviewed here) is that it makes very different mistakes than the ones the book it was based on make. The book claims that...

One of the very best books I have read this year has been Jay Cost's delightful historical work on political corruption, A Republic No More: Big Government and the Rise of Political Corruption. I call it a historical work because the book's major appeal...

Mr. Eichengreen sub-titles his book "The Great Depression, The Great Recession, and the Uses - and Misuses - of History", and I believe he delivered in producing a book that discussed the depression, discussed the recession, dug deep into history, and sadly, misused so much...