4 edition of The New York City financial crisis found in the catalog.
The New York City financial crisis
by Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Statement||Stacey M. Kean|
|Series||Major studies of the Congressional Research Service -- 1975-76, reel 6, fr. 0357|
|Contributions||Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
It’s impossible to read Fear City: New York’s Fiscal Crisis and the Rise of Austerity Politics, the excellent new book on the s New York City fiscal crisis by Kim Phillips-Fein, without recalling the lamentations of longtime Democratic strategist James Carville: “I used to think that if there was reincarnation, I wanted to come back as the president or the pope or as . Find New York news from the New York Daily news, providing local news coverage for every New York City neighborhood.
Timothy Shenk ▪ J “Municipal dump reaches almost to the doorstep of ‘Coop City,’” Bronx, (Gary Miller / EPA via National Archives). Booked is a monthly series of Q&As with authors by contributing editor Timothy Shenk. For this edition, Tim spoke with Kim Phillips-Fein about her new book, Fear City: New York’s Fiscal Crisis and the Rise of Austerity Politics. Michiko Kakutani reviews David Wessel’s new book on the financial crisis, “In Fed We Trust,” in The Times on Tuesday. She calls it essential, lucid and riveting (and suggests that she’s surprised she liked it so much).
This study examines the factors that caused New York City's financial crisis in and demonstrates how these manifestations of newly evolved political alliances and systems continue to undermine the city's financial stability. It shows how these problems, which are enduring features of the city's political system, are not unique to New York but a threat to the financial . In accordance with New York City Charter §93(l), the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) is published within four months after the close of each fiscal year. The CAFR provides information as follows: Comptroller’s Letter of Transmittal: gives a high-level overview of the CAFR and reports from the divisions and bureaus.
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FEAR CITY New York’s Fiscal Crisis and the Rise of Austerity Politics By Kim Phillips-Fein Illustrated. Metropolitan Books/ Henry Holt & Company. $ ―Jonathan Mahler, The New York Times Book Review “Fear City is the best account of the New York City fiscal crisis of the s and, more than that, an indispensable contribution to understanding the rise of austerity economics and the long decline of the public sector.
This is a history with huge implications for the remaking of American Cited by: On OctoNew York City was deep in crisis. At 4 P.M. the next day, four hundred and fifty-three million dollars of the city’s Author: Jeff Nussbaum.
The Strand bookstore in New York City, which has temporarily closed in response to the coronavirus crisis. Credit John Taggart for The New York Times. Fear City: New York’s Fiscal Crisis and the Rise of Austerity Politics, by Kim Phillips-Fein (Metropolitan Books, pp., $32).
K im Phillips-Fein has an intriguing thesis about New York City’s s near-bankruptcy and bailout by the state and federal governments. In her telling, the city’s response to the crisis—temporary budget cuts and business-friendly.
The former Treasury secretary’s new book, “Stress Test,” has stirred up the old debates and anger: How the bailout was overly generous to the banks and bankers; how the failures on housing were inexcusable; how the financial regulatory reform was inadequate.
One only has to look at an electoral map from the presidential contest to get the feeling that America’s cities are at odds with the rest of the country. Kim Phillips-Fein’s excellent new book, Fear City: New York’s Fiscal Crisis and the Rise of Austerity Politics, vividly depicts a period The New York City financial crisis book New York was seen — not always positively — as an archetypal Author: Barbara Spindel.
—Jonathan Mahler, The New York Times Book Review “Fear City is the best account of the New York City fiscal crisis of the s and, more than that, an indispensable contribution to understanding the rise of austerity economics and the long decline of the public sector.
This is a history with huge implications for the remaking of American Cited by: Kim Phillips-Fein’s latest book is Fear City: New York’s Fiscal Crisis and the Rise of Austerity Politics.
Read More Politics, finance, s, fiscal crisis, New York, austerity. The Man Who Saved New York offers a portrait of one of New York’s most remarkable governors, Hugh L. Carey, with emphasis on his leadership during the fiscal crisis of In this dramatic and colorful account, Seymour P. Lachman and Robert Polner examine Carey’s youth, military service, and public career against the backdrop of a.
The New York State Financial Control Board was created in following a financial crisis and state bailout to oversee municipal board included both government officials and citizen representatives. The board was created pursuant to the New York State Financial Emergency Act of The City of New York, and was initially known as the Emergency Financial.
As coronavirus shutdown measures ravage the New York economy, the city finds itself in a fiscal crisis reminiscent of the s, one that experts say will require cutting the city workforce and.
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After the Financial Crisis, Wall Street Turned to Charity—and Avoided Justice The stark fact about the crisis ten years on is that, in retrospect, it was a good deal for many of the people who.
This is a short, detailed history of the New York City bankruptcy crisis of the s. Overall, it's a good effort. The prose can be a bit clunky, and the name-dropping in the book gets overwhelming -- unless you are a native New Yorker who lived through the period, in which case you'll revel in hearing names long unmentioned.4/5.
But Branding New York actually achieves this feat, showing how neoliberal New York arose after the fiscal crisis of the mid-seventies through a cultural project that defined New York City as the stomping ground of the 'new class' (i.e.
'yuppies', epitomized by the readership of New York magazine) and a safe space for business and by: Two New York City Novels Set During the Financial Crisis: Bright, Precious Days and Behold the Dreamers I recently shared these two books in my recent post about Quintessential, Contemporary New York City books.
JoelBarsky (New York) jon white was an exceptional tour leader. His wealth of knowledge and experience made the tour real and full of interesting stories about events and people. He connected the events leading up to crisis with historical anecdotes.
Excellent. Jamie R (New York City, New York) Sandy was our tour guide and he was FANTASTIC!. The Panic of had many elements in common with the financial crisis of 4 Both crises started among New York City financial institutions and markets, and both affected the economy of the United States and the rest of the world.
Examining the sequence of events in makes the parallels clear. Culture» When the Bankers Took Manhattan: Austerity’s New York Roots. The new book Fear City documents the slide of New York City from vibrant social democracy to neoliberal abyss.
Two New York City dailies and the New York Times are seen with headlines on President Ford’s refusal to aid the city during its fiscal crisis, on Oct. 30, Photo: AP. Gov. Hugh L. Carey speaking to reporters in about New York City's financial crisis as Mayor Abraham D. Beame, right, listened.
Mr. Carey wanted the city to avoid falling into bankruptcy, a decision that Mr. Beame came close to declaring.Manhattan real-estate sales just had their slowest first quarter since the financial crisis.
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