All the Devils Are Here

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All the Devils Are Here
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Author Bethany McLean and Joseph Nocera
Country United States
Language English
Subject Economic History, Finance
Publisher Portfolio/Penguin Press
Publication date
November 16, 2010
Media type Hardcover
Pages 400 pp.
ISBN 1-59184-363-4
OCLC 535490487

All the Devils Are Here: The Hidden History of the Financial Crisis is a nonfiction book by authors Bethany McLean and Joseph Nocera about the 2008 financial crisis. It details how the financial crisis bubbled up from a volatile, and bipartisan, mixture of government meddling and laissez-faire. It concludes it was not an accident, that banks understood the big picture before the crisis happened but continued with bad practices.

The title[edit]

The title of the book comes from William Shakespeare's play The Tempest, in which he wrote "Hell is empty, and all the devils are here".

Notable people in the book[edit]

Reviews[edit]

  • Seeking Alpha [1]
  • Seattle PI [2]
  • Business Pundit [3]
  • Business Week [4]
  • New York Times [5]
  • INC.com [6]
  • Huffington Post [7]

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