This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 43 references in this bibliography folder.

Gorton, G (2010).
Slapped by the Invisible Hand: Banking and the Panic of 2007
Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Hedges, C (2010).
Are Corporations Using the Internet to Accelerate Our Cultural, Political and Economic Decline?
AlterNet, Truth Dig.

Johnson, S (2010).
Dems Might Pass Financial Reform That Does Nothing to Protect from Big Threats to Our Economy
Alternet, The Baseline Scenario.

Lanier, J (2010).
You Are Not a Gadget
Alfred A. Knopf, New York.

deCarbonnel, E (2009).
US Banks Operating Without Reserve Requirements
Market Sceptics.

Grim, R (2009).
Priceless: How the Federal Reserve Bought the Economics Profession
AlterNet, Huffington Post.

Hedges, C (2009).
Empire of Illusion: The End of Literacy and the Triumph of Spectacle
Nation Books, New York.

Johnson, S (2009).
The Quiet Coup
The Atlantic Online.

King, M (2009).
Speech by the Governor of the Bank of England to Scottish Business Organisations
Miscellaneous publication.

Krugman, P (2009).
How Did Economists Get It So Wrong?
Miscellaneous publication.

Liebowitz, SJ (2009).
ARMs, Not Subprimes Caused the Mortgage Crisis
The Eonomists Voice.

Moscovitz, I and Housel, M (2009).
It’s Time to End Too Big to Fail
The Motley Fool.

Prins, N (2009).
It Takes a Pillage: Behind the Bailouts, Bonusses, and Backroom Deals from Washington to Wall Street
John Wiley and Sons, New York.

Prins, N and Hayes, C (2009).
Meet the Hazzards
The Nation.

Rajan, RG (2009).
The Credit Crisis and Cycle-Proof Regulation
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, 91(5):397-402.

Reinhart, CM and Rogoff, KS (2009).
This Time Is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly
Princeton University Press, Princeton.

Snower, DJ (2009).
Redistribution through the Geithner Plan

Starobin, P (2009).
After America: Life After the American Century
Viking, New York.

Taibbi, M (2009).
The Great American Bubble Machine

Volker, PA (2009).
Statement before The U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Financial Services Washington
Miscellaneous publication.

Weissman, R (2009).
$5 Billion in Lobbying for 12 Corrupt Deals Caused the Multi-Trillion Dollar Financial Meltdown
Multinational Monitor.

Whalen, C (2009).
What is Really Killing the Big Banks?
The Globalist.

Hillinger, C (2008).
Science and Ideology in Economic, Political and Social Thought
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 2(2).

Hillinger, C (2008).
How to Solve the US Financial Crisis at No Cost to the Taxpayer
Real World Economics Review, 48(6):306-311.

Shy, O and Stenbacka, R (2008).
Rethinking the Role of Banks: A Call for Narrow Banking
The Economists Voice.