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Book notes: Finance and philosophy, by Alex J Pollock
From Central Banking:
Pollock started his working life as a banker. In 1970, he was a management trainee in the international banking department of the Continental Illinois Bank of Chicago. He stuck with it, but in 1984 – by which time he was a senior vice-president – Continental Illinois Bank failed.
He writes it was “intellectually stimulating – indeed, a highly educational experience”.
Read the rest here.