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Pleasure to read, although at times quite dense, so to be savoured in small doses. Not a page turner for the beach. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Canuck2004
Greenspan's story is far more interesting than ever I thought it would be. In a word: FASCINATING.
An extremely well written book, by an extremely intelligent... Read more
A must-read for anyone who followed the markets under the Greenspan Fed.
Although he isn't very tough on himself, and never mentions "Greenspeak" (instead referring to... Read more
Although there seems to be much controversy aimed at Mr. Greenspan, due to the current state of the US financial crisis, I found this book quite fascinating. Read morePublished on March 10 2009 by James DiCenzo
When I started listening to the CD version of "Age of Turbulence" I expected to learn some incredible things from one of the legendary great economic minds of all times. Read morePublished on Aug. 22 2008 by Ian Gordon Malcomson
While I started to read "Age of Turbulence" with the expectation of learning what makes Greenspan tick as one of the great economic minds of the times, I came away with a less... Read morePublished on July 27 2008 by Ian Gordon Malcomson
This book is a mixture of economic and political history of the past in the United States of America. The political view begins with his beginning in the Ford Administration. Read morePublished on Jan. 18 2008 by Bernd Kotz
This is a great read even if you are not a student of economics. Greenspan writes in a manner that is easy to follow, while allowing the reader to learn about economic policy... Read morePublished on Dec 26 2007 by Burgess K. Dastur