Financial crisis: reading

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One of the many things on my to-do list is getting a better understanding of economics and how the financial system works. It can’t be totally incomprehensible, can it? Here’s a reading list of blogs:

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  1. Thanks for this list Ann, there’s so much information out there and I too am trying to find time to research a little more the workings of economics, you’ve just made it one step easier!

    Best wishes,


  2. Hi Gabrielle,
    Thanks very much for visiting this blog – and for reminding me of this list, which is nice to browse, but might actually add to the load rather than subtract from it. I love getting synopses and reviews of the year past and the one ahead, which one can look forward to, I guess, in the coming week or two. Hope you’ll have a bit of a Christmas break from information overload.
    All the best for 2013!

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