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Frenzy

Frenzy

Bubbles, Busts, and How to Come Out Ahead

Carl Haacke

St. Martin's Press

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Despite the hype, the technology bubble of the 1990s was not driven by the Internet. It was driven by innate human forces that transcend the Internet, the 1990s the 20th century, and the United States. Since the 1960s, there has rarely been a year with out a bubble somewhere. Today we see bubbles in China, nano-technology, real estate, and many more are on the way.
Through an in-depth analysis and interviews with over 100 of the world's most influential venture capitalists, Fortune 500 CEOs and Wall Street's multi-billion dollar portfolio managers, Frenzy reveals the unexpected driving forces of bubbles. Frenzy provides critical insights and lessons for today's business professionals, investors and policy makers to manage the bubbles of the future.

Praise for Frenzy

"An amusing guide to the madness of crowds." - Publishers Weekly

"Haacke offers valuable lessons that individual investors, venture capitalists and business managers should learn before the next cycle of speculative market activity." - David W. Dorman, AT&T Chairman and CEO

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Carl Haacke

Carl Haacke was an Economic Policy Advisor in the White House National Economic Council and Special Assistant to the Chief Economist in the Labor Department during the Clinton Administration. During this time, Haacke was responsible for providing detailed analysis of economic trends for top level officials, including the President. He has also consulted for several marketing and public affairs firms for internet clients such as Microsoft, TiVo, and others start-ups. He has an MA from SIPA, Columbia University.

Carl Haacke

St. Martin's Press

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