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Fixing Global Finance
By Martin Wolf (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008)
The latest book from FT economics columnist, Martin Wolf, explains why global imbalances cause financial crises—including the one ravaging the U. S.  right now — and outlines the steps for confronting this destructive cycle. Reviewing global financial crises since 1980, Wolf lays bare the links between the microeconomics of domestic financial markets and the macroeconomics of the Global Economy.



Elison Elliott

Elison Elliott , a native of Belize, is a professional investment advisor for the Global Wealth and Invesment Management division of a major worldwide financial services firm. His experience in the global financial markets span over 18 years in both the public and private sectors. Elison is a graduate, cum laude, of the City College of New York (CUNY), and completed his Masters-level course requirements in the International Finance & Banking (IFB) program at Columbia University (SIPA). Elison lives in the northern suburbs of New York City. He is an avid student of sovereign risk, global economics and market trends, and enjoys writing, aviation, outdoor adventure, International travel, cultural exploration and world affairs.

Areas of Focus:
Market Trends; International Finance; Global Trade; Economics