Addressing the many complexities of the global financial crisis of 2008, this volume presents a holistic overview of its background, explains how it unfolded, and addresses how many nations responded to it. This publication, unique in its global approach and perspective, features pieces focusing on India, Europe, and the United States, providing a thorough examination of the economic, political, environmental, and social implications of the crisis and offers policy recommendations for a more stable and prosperous future.
Jayshree Sengupta is a senior fellow at the Observer Research Foundation in Delhi, India. She is a former lecturer at Delhi University's Miranda House and Indraprastha College as well as a former program coordinator at the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations and a former consultant for the World Bank. She is the coeditor of The 1992 Single European Market and the Third World.