The Fall of the Euro

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The Fall of the Euro: Reinventing the Eurozone and the Future of Global Investing

The Fall of the Euro provides an essential roadmap on Europe’s economic and political developments that poses to be a persistent source of shocks for global financial markets. With descriptions of the Eurozone’s unstable equilibrium and explanations on why a breakup of the Eurozone is still a possibility, author Jens Nordvig provides a detailed discussion of this unsteady situation. This book provides the information, insight, and authoritative analysis of what you need to know about the Euro’s present position in the global economy with levels of objectivity and expertise you will find nowhere else.

"Nordvig brings a keen insight into markets and economics that he ably combines with a brisk, no-nonsense narrative. This is essential reading for market players, investors, and prognosticators of the future of the eurozone."

—Richard Clarida, C. Lowell Harriss Professor of Economics and International Affairs, Columbia University

"Jens Nordvig's book artfully combines a master economist's framework, a seasoned market participant's advice, an historian's far-reaching perspective, and a European citizen’s passionate case for an open discussion of the way forward for the world's largest economic bloc."

—Scott Bessent, Chief Investment Officer, Soros Fund Management LLC

"Jens Nordvig was one of the first to analyze the economic, legal, and political consequences of the euro splitting asunder."

—Gavyn Davies, Chairman of Fulcrum Asset Management LLP, former Goldman Sachs Chief Economist

"In this bold, highly readable book, Jens Nordvig beautifully highlights the tensions between the politics and the economics that are at the heart of the euro crisis. A must read for anyone who cares about the future of Europe."

—Anil Kashyap, Edward Eagle Brown Professor of Economics and Finance, University of Chicago Booth School of Business

"I learned much from The Fall of the Euro and I thoroughly recommend it."

—Simon Wolfson, CEO of Next plc and sponsor of the Wolfson Economics Prize

"Needs to be read by all those demanding brave policy from Europe's timid elite."

—Tom Keene, Editor at Large, Bloomberg Television & Radio; Host of Bloomberg Surveillance