- Guaranteed to Fail
- Fool's Gold
- The Sellout
- Money, Greed, and God
- Getting Off Track
- The Blunders of our Governments
- Fault Lines
- Beyond the Crash
- A Game As Old As Empire
- A Farewell to Alms
- Meltdown Iceland
- A Concise Dictionary of Markets and Investing
- Plunder and Blunder
- The Subprime Solution
- Gangs of America
- The Tyranny of Oil
- Alternatives to Economic Globalization
- The Predator State
- Free Radical
- Bailout Nation
- The Battle of Bretton Woods
- The Speculation Economy
- The Storm
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