Mitchel Y. Abolafia

Photo of Mitchel Y. AbolafiaPhoto | Amy SvirskyMitchel Y. Abolafia is Professor at the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, University at Albany, State University of New York. He has taught at Cornell’s Johnson School of Management and MIT’s Sloan School of Management and is the author of Making Markets: Opportunism and Restraint on Wall Street.

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Cover: Stewards of the Market: How the Federal Reserve Made Sense of the Financial CrisisStewards of the Market: How the Federal Reserve Made Sense of the Financial CrisisAbolafia, Mitchel Y.HARDCOVER03/10/2020$39.95
Cover: Making Markets: Opportunism and Restraint on Wall StreetMaking Markets: Opportunism and Restraint on Wall StreetAbolafia, Mitchel Y.PAPERBACK10/30/2001$36.00
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