Susan Strange's analysis of political economy was distinctive in its time. She pioneered the contemporary political analysis of global financial markets, and warned us many years ago of the dangers of â€œcasino capitalismâ€ and â€œmad moneyâ€(Strange 1986, 1998a). In light of both the Asian financial crisis of 1997 and the 2007 OECD blowout, it is clear that she was on to something consequential. She sternly criticized unbridled market power and favoured regulation and social control of markets. Rather than being surprised by panics, crashes, ...
|Title of host publication||Susan Strange and the Future of Global Political Economy: Power, Control and Transformation|
|Place of Publication||Oxon|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|