Table of contents for End game : the end of the debt supercycle and how it changes everything / John Mauldin and Jonathan Tepper.


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Acknowledgments.
Introduction: Endgame.
Part One: The End of the Debt Supercycle.
Chapter 1: The Beginning of the End.
Chapter 2: Why Greece Matters.
Chapter 3: Let’s Look at the Rules.
Chapter 4: The Burden of Lower Growth and More Frequent Recessions.
Chapter 5: This Time Is Different.
Chapter 6: The Future of Public Debt: An Unsustainable Path.
Chapter 7: The Elements of Deflation.
Chapter 8: Inflation and Hyperinflation.
Part Two: A World Tour: Who Will Face Endgame First?
Chapter 9: The United States: The Mess We Find Ourselves In.
Chapter 10: The European Periphery: A Modern-Day Gold Standard.
Chapter 11: Eastern European Problems.
Chapter 12: Japan: A Bug in Search of a Windshield.
Chapter 13: The United Kingdom: How to Quietly Inflate Away Your Debt.
Chapter 14: Australia: Could It Follow in Ireland’s Footsteps?
Chapter 15: Unintended Consequences: Loose Monetary Policies and Emerging Markets.
Conclusion: Investing and Profiting from Endgame.
Epilogue: Some Final Thoughts.
Notes.
About the Authors.
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Debt.
Debts, Public.
Debts, External.
Recessions.
Business cycles.