GRIFFITH REVIEW 25 : After The Crisis

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ISBN 10: 1921520760 / ISBN 13: 9781921520761
Published by Griffith University, in conjunction with Text Publishing, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 2009
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268pp., b/white photographic illustrations. Book clean, square. Spine firm. Leaves clean, tiny nick to the margin of one page only. Illustrated card wrapper has several minor indentations. Contributors include: Gideon Haigh, Erica Sontheimer, Christopher Joye, Jonathan West, Barbara Gunnell, Margot Saville, Mark Welker, Geoffrey Barker, Colin Mills, Tom Morton, Ryan Heath, Brett Caldwell, Chris Womersley, Paul D. Williams, Tony Barrell, Hilary McPhee, Christine Paice, Robert Hillman, Catherine Harris, Michael Wesley, Frances Guo, Jorge Sotirios, Xavier Hennekinne, and Lloyd Jones. Book weight approx. 375g. Postage charge will be reduced as this item will post under 500g. packed weight. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 009129

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Title: GRIFFITH REVIEW 25 : After The Crisis

Publisher: Griffith University, in conjunction with Text Publishing, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Edition: First Edition.

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The global financial crisis is changing the world. AFTER THE CRISIS projects this new future, examining the weaknesses in the economic order and reporting on what's happening on the front line. Essays explore the legacy of the past, the limits to growth, the price of complexity and the new globalism with compelling and fresh insight.

Writers in this edition include:
Gideon Haigh
, the rise and fall of 'stupid money';
Barbara Gunnell, finance and the East End;
Geoffrey Barker, the future of the newspaper;
Robert Hillman, surviving the Victorian bushfires;
Margot Saville, Sydney's banker-driven boom;
Jonathan West, time to rethink globalisation;
Ryan Heath, Europe's huge hidden debt;
Tom Morton, table manners of the global middle class;
Julianne Schultz, towards a sustainable knowledge economy.

Fiction: The real thing, by Catherine Harris.

Memoir: changing fortunes in Beijing, selling up in Tokyo, the recession comes to Canberra.


Arguably the best of all the Australian literary magazines. --Sydney Morning Herald

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