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Exit Strategy: Ending the Tyranny of Finance Written by Giulio Tremonti
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Exit Strategy: Ending the Tyranny of Finance

Written by Giulio Tremonti

  • September 11, 2012
  • Hardcover
  • Business & Economics - Economic Conditions
  • Rizzoli Ex Libris
  • 5-1/3 x 8-1/4
  • $25.95
  • $25.95
  • 978-0-8478-4024-3

About This Book

From Italy’s former Minister of Economy and Finance, a provocative and galvanizing jeremiad on the Euro crisis and global economic status quo
As Europe’s debt crisis persists and the aftershocks of the 2008 collapse hinder recovery across the globe, Giulio Tremonti underscores the dangers that unchecked financial markets pose to democracy, and what nations must do to protect their autonomy.
Condemning what he calls “marketism” – an insidious ideology that puts speculative financial markets above all else – Tremonti bemoans a world in which finance, not governments, sets the rules and determines political discourse.  But when finance fails, it’s the people who must pay the price.
An instant and enduring bestseller in Italy, Exit Strategy calls for sweeping changes in both policy and mindset. Candid and critical as few politicians have been in the aftermath of the crisis, Tremonti breaks down the systemic failures of global finance and proposes a “New Alliance” between citizens and governments to free politics from the thrall of the financial markets, and put populations back in control.  

About the Author

Giulio Tremonti served multiple terms in the Italian government as Minister of Economy and Finance.  He has been a University professor since 1974, and is currently in the Faculty of Law at the University of Pavia, Italy, and President of the Aspen Institute Italia. He has published several books and is a frequent contributor to a variety of European newspapers.

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