With Risk and Ruin, Gavin Benke places Enron's fall within the larger history of late twentieh-century American capitalism. In many ways, Benke argues, Enron was emblematic of the transitions that characterized the era.
2018 | 272 pages | Cloth $34.95
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Table of Contents
Introduction. Scandal or System?
Chapter 1. Enron Emerges
Chapter 2. Making Sense of the World After the Cold War
Chapter 3. From Natural Gas to Knowledge
Chapter 4. Selling Instability
Chapter 5. A Very Bad Year
Chapter 6. Making Enron Meaningful
Conclusion. Learning from Enron