In his review of Dani Nabudere's 'The Crash of International Finance-Capital and its Implications for the Third World', Martin Williams commends the economist's foresight yet laments the absence of stronger analytical engagement.
The fallout of the global financial crisis has created an interesting moment of reflection amongst the many commentators who, until two years ago, placed such faith in markets, capitalism and finance. It has also validated many longtime radicals and skeptics, who have happily taken the opportunity to cry out, 'We told you so!'
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