Melvil Decimal System: 332.32
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Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Social Sciences, Sociology, Anthropology
Public Administration, Military Science
Social Problems, Social Services
Commerce, Communications, Transportation
Customs, Etiquette, Folklore
Capital; Labor; Wages
Of Land & Natural Resources
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Public Finance & Taxation
Protection and Free Trade
Macroeconomics, Wealth Inequality, etc.
Loan institutes and special loans
Credit; credit system
Pawn shops; Private
Works under MDS 332.32
- The Greatest-Ever Bank Robbery: The Collapse of the Savings and Loan Industry by Martin Mayer
- The Daisy Chain by James O'Shea
- Who Robbed America?: A Citizen's Guide to the S&L Scandal by Micheal Waldman
- From Buildings and Loans to Bail-Outs: A History of the American Savings and Loan Industry, 1831-1995 by David L. Mason
- S & L Hell: The People and the Politics Behind the $1 Trillion Savings and Loan Scandal by Kathleen Day
- Other People's Money: The Inside Story of the S&L Mess by Paul Zane Pilzer
- Maye and Faye's Building & Loan: The Story of a Remarkable Sisterhood by Maye Smith
- Investing in the Age of Sovereign Defaults: How to Preserve your Wealth in the Coming Crisis by Peter T. Treadway
- High Rollers: Inside the Savings and Loan Debacle by Martin Lowy
- The Thrift Debacle by Ned Eichler
- Legal Extortion: The War Against Lincoln Savings and Charlie Keating by Jack D. Atchison
- The building society movement by E. J. Cleary
- The building society industry by bolatmark
- Building Societies in the Financial Services Industry by Barbara Casu
- Residential mortgage lending
- Banking on the Bendigo by Tim Hewat
- The Savings and Loan Crisis:: Lessons from a Regulatory Failure by James R. Barth
- Fingers: the man who brought down Irish Nationwide and cost us €5.4bn by Tom Lyons
- Privatizing Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Federal Home Loan Banks: Why and How by Peter J. Wallison
- Commercial real estate lending : risk mitigation and bank supervision by Oliver R. Sims
- The savings and loan business: its purposes, functions, and economic justification by Leon T. Kendall
- Village Savings and Loan Associations: A Practical Guide by Hugh Allen
- A business reborn; the savings and loan story, 1930-1960 by Josephine Hedges Ewalt
- Fingers : Michael Fingleton: The Man Who Brought Down Irish Nationwide and Cost Us 5.4bn by Richard Curran
- Public Spirit in the Thrift Tragedy [on 1980s Savings & Loan Debacle] by Mark Carl Rom
- US credit and payments, 1800-1935 by Ronnie J. Phillips
- The American savings and loan industry, 1831-1935 by David Lawrence Mason
- The building society promise : access, risk, and efficiency 1880-1939 by Antoninus Samy
- One hundred golden years : a history of the Natal Building Society, 1882-1982 by Terry Wilks
- A history of mortgage banking in the West : financing America's dreams by E. Michael Rosser
- The Canada Permanent story, 1855-1955 by G. R. Stevens
- Toyota Finance, The first 10 Years, 1982-1992 by Various
- Consumer Lending by The Institute of Financial Education
- Savings, Australia in crisis? by Steve Lewis
- The Savings and Loan Crisis by Richard J. Cebula
- The history, development and practice of building societies in South Africa by P. J. Edginton
- Savings and loan principles by American Savings and Loan Institute.
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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