Megathreats: Ten Dangerous Trends That Imperil Our Future and How to Survive Them

Roubini cuts to the real problems like a hot knife through butter, with a clarity of mind that is rare among economists. I have never seen a more lucid and nuanced account of our financial condition. Not only will the reader be better off after reading this book, but the world will be a better place when central bankers absorb its message. ”Nassim Nicholas Taleb, author of The Black Swan and Skin in the Game

No economist is better able to curdle the reader’s blood than Nouriel Roubini. What makes his views significant however is not that they are scary, but that they generally prove to be true. With this book, alas, he has surpassed even his high standards: the ten megathreats the details are as scary as they are plausible. Forewarned is forearmed. Read and pay attention. Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Commentator, the Financial Times


Crisis Economics: A Crash Course in the Future of Finance

A succinct, lucid and compelling account of the causes and consequences of the great meltdown of 2008 ”Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times

A rigorous yet highly readable look at why booms and busts occur and how to keep them from wreaking havoc on the real economy Bloomberg

A rigorous yet highly readable look at why booms and busts occur and how to keep them from wreaking havoc on the real economy. Bloomberg

An impressive, timely argument on behalf of transparency and stability for a financial system conspicuously lacking both. Kirkus Reviews


Bailouts or Bail-Ins?: Responding to Financial Crisis in Emerging Economies

“It is by far the best book written in recent years on the vexing subject of how the international community should address international financial crises of emerging market economies. – Jeffrey D. Sachs, director of the Earth Institute, Columbia University

“Bailouts or Bail-ins? will prove to be a useful tool for those confronting these crises, and a clear, accessible overview for those studying global markets.” Lawrence H. Summers, President, Harvard University and Former U.S. Treasury Secretary

“This is the most intelligent and comprehensive analysis yet of how the international community should respond to financial crises… It will be the definitive work on this subject for some time to come.” – Barry Eichengreen, George C. Pardee and Helen N. Pardee Professor of Economics and Political Science, University of California, Berkeley