Recensie(s)Jesse Eisinger takes us inside the world of federal prosecution with the same detail and doggedness as in his Pulitzer Prize-winning journalism. He carefully tracks the decline in capacity, will, and guts among prosecutors. If you want to see, hear, and understand why no senior executives did jail time after the financial crisis, read this book. -Frank Partnoy, George E. Barrett Professor of Law and Finance and Director of the Center on Corporate and Securities Law, University of San Diego This magisterial work is vital reading for everyone concerned by the untrammeled influence of financial institutions and corporations on American society and the nation's political life. Its grim details form a picture of how a system to hold to account the titans of boardrooms has been rendered toothless. Eisinger writes with clarity and style, delivering a story that is by turns fascinating, disturbing, and-dare I say it?-hugely entertaining. -Zia Haider Rahman, author of In the Light of What We Know In a spare, elegant and unrelenting narrative, Jesse Eisinger's The Chickenshit Club tackles one of the biggest remaining mysteries about the 2008 financial crisis: Why the American justice system failed miserably in its responsibility to hold Wall Street accountable for its unforgivable behavior in exacerbating the near-meltdown of the global banking system. It's a surprising story of cowardice and greed that will get your blood boiling all over again. -William D. Cohan, author of Why Wall Street Matters Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Eisinger does a masterful job of assembling this riveting dossier of the legal scholars, jurists, and elected officials who played a role in turning the U.S. into a nation in which white-collar criminals are celebrated for their cunning instead of incarcerated for their offenses. -Booklist, Starred Review Jesse Eisinger is a master journalist. Revelatory, maddening, and engrossing, the book draws on vivid characters and immersive narratives to chart the rise of the corruption and the inertia within the Justice Department. -Bryan Burrough, co-author of Barbarians at the Gate and author of Days of Rage The Chickenshit Club is a fast moving, fly on the wall, disheartening look at the deterioration of the Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission, written sympathetically, thoroughly, but mostly-engagingly. It is a book of superheroes. -The San Francisco Review of Books That the Wall Street titans who blew up the financial system suffered little more than slight reductions in their bonuses only reinforced the perception that the system is 'rigged'-with the consequences we know only too well. Many people simply want to live in a world that is fair. As Eisinger shows, this one isn't. -James Kwak, The New York Times Book Review A well-reported tale... -The Financial Times Smart, deeply sourced, and full of insider tidbits about legal stars like Comey, judge Jed Rakoff, and former SEC chair Mary Jo White. -Fortune An absorbing financial history, a monumental work of journalism... a first-rate study of the federal bureaucracy. It's also an expansive parable: of righteousness and compromise, overreach and underreach, excess, deceit, greed-the whole American show. -Bloomberg Businessweek
- Jesse Eisinger
- 25x229x152 mm
- 624,00 gram
- juli 2017
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