After the Storm: The World Economy and Britain's Economic Future

After the Storm: The World Economy and Britain's Economic Future

Vince Cable
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Author:  Vince Cable
Condition:  Used, Very Good
Format:  Paperback
Pages:  352
Publisher:  Atlantic Books
Year:  2016
ISBN:  9781782394525

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this book has experienced some very minor shelfwear; otherwise in excellent condition

Vince Cable's bestselling book, The Storm, explored and explained the causes of the 2008 world economic crisis and how Britain should respond to the great challenges it brought. In After the Storm, Cable, who was Business Secretary in the 2010-2015 Coalition Government, provides a unique perspective on the state of the global financial markets and how the British economy has fared since 2008. Providing a previously unreported inside view of the Coalition, After the Storm offers a carefully considered perspective on how the British economy should be managed over the next decade and beyond. This timely book is a fascinating and urgent intervention from one of the key figures in British politics of the past two decades.
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