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Con game; Bernard Madoff and his victims.


Con game; Bernard Madoff and his victims.

Lewis, Lionel S.

Transaction Publishers


270 pages




Lewis (emeritus, State U. of New York at Buffalo) provides a detailed case study of Bernard Madoff's disastrous Ponzi scheme that imploded in 2008 and involved billions of dollars. Not only does the author examine how the scheme affected its investors, he also digs into the mechanics of how it worked, the people involved, and its aftermath. This book will interest readers who want to know more about Madoff's massive con job and its impact.

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Date:Aug 1, 2012
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