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Kindleberger Quotes By Charles P. Kindleberger: There is nothing so disturbing to one's well-being There is nothing so disturbing to one's well-being and judgment as to see a friend get rich Charles P. Kindleberger
Kindleberger Quotes By Charles P. Kindleberger: Much of the profession is empirically bankrupt because Much of the profession is empirically bankrupt because it is no longer taught economic history. — Charles P. Kindleberger
Kindleberger Quotes By Charles P. Kindleberger: The first derivative is the last refuge of The first derivative is the last refuge of a scoundrel. — Charles P. Kindleberger
Kindleberger Quotes By Charles P. Kindleberger: Money is a public good; as such, it Money is a public good; as such, it lends itself to private exploitation. — Charles P. Kindleberger