Does anything eat bankers? by Andy Zaltzman

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The global economy has fallen to pieces like a cheap jigsaw puzzle in an earthquake. Now it is time for the financial world to pick up the baton of change, hold it proudly above its head, and club some sense into itself with it.
Luckily Andy Zaltzman -- comedian and economics novice extraordinaire - is here to help. In this much-needed and hilarious companion to the crisis, he confronts the big issues side-on. Questions answered and/or dodged include:
Is human life still economically viable?
What face should a politician pull whilst discussing the economy?
If you put an infinite number of monkeys in the London Stock Exchange, would the markets go up or down?

About Andy Zaltzman

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Andy Zaltzman is a well-known stand-up comedian and writer. He writes many of the jokes in BREMNER, BIRD AND FORTUNE and is a regular guest on THE NOW SHOW on Radio 4. He also writes a weekly column and podcast for The Times.
Published March 1, 2011 by Old Street Publishing. 160 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Humor & Entertainment, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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