Wall Streeters

The Creators and Corruptors of American Finance
 
 
Columbia University Press
  • erschienen am 17. Oktober 2017
 
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • XV, 344 Seiten
978-0-231-17055-0 (ISBN)
 
The 2008 financial collapse, the expansion of corporate and private wealth, the influence of money in politics--many of Wall Street's contemporary trends can be traced back to the work of fourteen critical figures who wrote, and occasionally broke, the rules of American finance. Edward Morris plots in absorbing detail Wall Street's transformation from a clubby enclave of financiers to a symbol of vast economic power.
  • Englisch
  • New York
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  • USA
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
  • Broschur/Paperback
14 illustrations
  • Höhe: 223 mm
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  • Breite: 141 mm
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  • Dicke: 23 mm
  • 470 gr
978-0-231-17055-0 (9780231170550)
0231170556 (0231170556)
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Ed Morris is a professor of finance and former dean of the business school at Lindenwood University. Before beginning his teaching career, he was an investment banker and served as executive vice president of Stifel, Nicolaus, & Co. He has served on the boards of companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange, the American Stock Exchange, and NASDAQ.
Acknowledgments
Preface
1. J. Pierpont Morgan: Jupiter
Part I: Reformers
2. Paul M. Warburg: Daddy Warbucks
3. Carter Glass: Unreconstructed Rebel
4. Ferdinand Pecora: Hellhound of Wall Street
Part II: Democratizers
5. Charles E. Merrill: The People's Capitalist
6. John C. Bogle: Saint Jack
Part III: Academics
7. Georges F. Doriot: Dream Builder
8. Benjamin Graham: Dean of Wall Street
9. Myron S. Scholes: Professor of Derivatives
Part IV: Financial Engineers
10. Alfred Winslow Jones: Financial Hippie
11. Michael R. Milken: Junk Bond King
12. Lewis Ranieri: Father of Securitization
Part V: Empire Builders
13. William H. Donaldson: Entrepreneur
14. Sanford I. Weill: Conglomerateur
Conclusion
Notes
Suggestions for Further Reading
Index
Wall Streeters is a long overdue book by a highly respected student of American finance. Readers of this book will develop a fuller understanding of how and why Wall Street has become what it is today. -- George H. Walker III, former chairman, Stifel, Nicolaus & Co. and former United States Ambassador to Hungary Enjoyable to read, easy to understand, Wall Streeters is a compendium of the last 150 years of ups and downs in American finance. Ed Morris uses the informative lens of biography to bring this history alive, and they are all here, from the saints to the sinners. Along the way readers will learn the value of finance to our nation, despite Wall Street's problems. -- David Cowen, president, Museum of American Finance Wall Streeters is a wonderful narrative review and an interesting read. This book will be very significant for students, academics, and investment professionals if they want to understand and learn from the mistakes of the past. -- Victor Ricciardi, Goucher College A worthwhile read for those looking to understand the roots of the financial crisis and the present state of the economy. Publishers Weekly [Morris] puts a human face on Wall Street... Experienced Wall Streeters will enjoy this book. Students of finance should be required to read it.Seeking Alpha -- Brenda Jubin Seeking Alpha [A] retelling of the careers and the personalities... who formed today's world of high finance. -- Dale Singer St. Louis Post-Dispatch A fast and timely primer on how the US got the financial markets it has today... [Wall Streeters] is a book that every college student, baby boomer, and voter ought to read.Financial History -- Jim Prout Financial History

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