Books by Joseph Nocera

Released: Nov. 16, 2010

"Hard-hitting reporting and fluent writing bring the utter devastation of the Great Recession to life—with John Cassidy's How Markets Fail (2009) an essential aid to understanding where all the money went, and who benefited."
A closely written account of the late financial meltdown, when, in the words of one analyst, "we went from a collective belief in soundness to a collective belief in insolvency." Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 1, 1994

"Even so, Nocera delivers a savvy rundown on the landmark developments that in less than four decades have made consumer finance a multilateral bazaar in which beating the markets is a populist pastime."
A wonderful pudding of a book that serves up large helpings of US socioeconomic history over the past 35 years or so. Read full book review >