Booklist’s review of The Unfair Trade is out. A bit clunky, but very positive. Here’s an excerpt:
Casey travels the world to research how we “have failed to stop a powerful, globalized financial system that benefits a privileged few while subjecting everyone else to uncertainty and instability.”… Noting that globalization is an “unstoppable train,” Casey concludes with suggestions for reform, including a common approach to international financial regulation, transparency in global financial systems, a solution beyond Dodd-Frank regulation for winding down cross-border institutions, and measures that eliminate government policies benefiting one class of citizens in preference to another. All will not agree with Casey’s analysis, but he offers valuable perspective on critical issues in this timely book.