Chapter One: Frankenstein Finance.
Chapter Two: Myths and Reality In Financial Markets.
Chapter Three: Division of the Spoils.
Chapter Four: A New International Architecture.
Chapter Five: The New 'New Economy'.
'Diane Coyle has her finger on what will surely be one of the foremost political issues of the coming decade -- the ascendancy of globally integrated finance capitalism, and in particular who benefits and who loses from it. Her insights are thoughtful, her conclusions sound, her explanations consistently instructive. And as usual, her lively writing crackles with concrete examples and thought-provoking facts.' Benjamin M. Friedman, Harvard University
'Diane Coyle, one of the best of the very bright generation of economic writers British journalism has thrown up in recent years.' Denis MacShane, The Independent
'This thoughtful book by the economics editor of The Independent packs a fair amount into its 166 pages. A passionate free marketeer, who also believes that free markets need a great deal of scrutiny, Coyle argues that present trading conditions offer a rare opportunity to improve the world economy.' The Sunday Times
A The author offers a vigorous defense of the benefits of the free market which, she argues, is the only sure route to economic growth.
A While she defends the merits of the free market, Diane Coyle also makes some innovative suggestions as to how it might be better managed