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READER Ì DOC The Bubble Economy FREE ✓ ✺ [BOOKS] ✮ The Bubble Economy By Robert U. Ayres ❄ – Gwairsoft.co.uk Why the global economy has become increasingly unstable and how financial de carbonization could break the pattern of bubble driven wealth destructionThe global economy has become increasingly perhaps Why theAlly Ayres offers a new approach to trigger economic growth The rising price of fossil fuels notwithstanding fracking suggests that renewable energy will become increasingly profitable Ayres argues that government should redirect private savings and global finance away from home ownership and toward de carbonization investment in renewables and efficiency Large scale investment in sustainability will achieve a trifecta lowering greenhouse gas emissions stimulating innovation based economic growth and employment and offering long term investment opportunities that do not depend on risky gambling strategies with derivatives

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Why the global economy has become increasingly unstable and how financial de carbonization could break the pattern of bubble driven wealth destructionThe global economy has become increasingly perhaps chronically unstable Since 2008 we have heard about the housing bubble subprime mortgages banks too big to fail financial regulation or the lack of it and the European debt crisis Wall Street has discovered that it is profitable to make money from other people's money than by investing in the real economy which has limited access to capital resulting in slow growth and rising ineuality What we haven't heard much about is the

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The Bubble EconomyRole of natural resources energy in particular as drivers of economic growth or the connection of global warming to the economic crisis In The Bubble Economy Robert Ayres an economist and physicist connects economic instability to the economics of energyAyres describes among other things the roots of our bubble economy including the divergent influences of Senator Carter Glass of the Glass Steagall Law and Ayn Rand; the role of energy in the economy from the oil shocks of 1971 and 1981 through the Ira wars; the early history of bubbles and busts; the end of Glass Steagall; climate change; and the failures of austerityFin