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The existing paradigm in academic finance has dominated finance education, practice and regulation for over 40 years. Yet as a scientific explanation of its subject it is a failure that has led time and again to financial disaster. This book describes the models of the existing paradigm, the extraordinary principles on which they are founded, and why they imply a trivialised world fundamentally different from reality. In doing so it articulates the misgivings of generations of finance students, and exposes the consequences of the academic capture of the financial sector.
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About the Author
William Wild is a Brisbane-based barrister. Prior to taking up the law he had a long career in banking in Hong Kong and London, with a particular focus on project & infrastructure finance, corporate finance, and the syndicated loan markets. Will also holds a PhD in finance, with a work on the economics of syndicated lending, has prepared and taught banking and finance courses at postgraduate and undergraduate level, and has appeared as an expert witness in banking and finance matters.