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Here's the full set of videos from the conference:
- Introduction: Make Markets Be Markets Roosevelt Institute President & CEO Andrew Rich kicks off the Make Markets Be Markets conference at the Time Warner Center on March 3, 2010.
- Joseph Stiglitz: Make Markets Be Markets Nobel Laureate and Chief Economist at the Roosevelt Institute, Joseph Stiglitz sets the frame for why we need to make markets be markets.
- Simon Johnson on the Doom Cycle Simon Johnson on the Doom Cycle that produces (and predicts) increasingly greater financial crises.
- Raj Date on Eliminating Fannie & Freddie Raj Date on the need to eliminate Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
- Elizabeth Warren on Consumer Protection Elizabeth Warren on consumer protection.
- Richard Carnell on Regulator's Incentives Richard Carnell on regulators' incentives.
- Lawrence White on the Credit Rating Agencies Lawrence White on the credit rating agencies.
- Joshua Rosner on Securitization Joshua Rosner on securitization from the Make Markets Be Markets report, sponsored by the Roosevelt Institute.
- Michael Konczal on a 21st Century Glass-Steagall Mike Konczal on creating a 21st century Glass-Steagall framework.
- Frank Partnoy on Off-Balance Sheet Transactions Frank Partnoy on off-balance sheet transactions.
- Michael Greenberger on Over-the-Counter Derivatives Michael Greenberger on over-the-counter derivatives.
- Robert Johnson on Resolution Authority Robert Johnson on building a credible resolution authority.
- Roundtable w/ Soros et al: Make Markets Be Markets George Soros, Joseph Stiglitz, Jim Chanos, Peter Solomon, Bowman Cutter, Judge Stanley Sporkin, and Lynn Turner discuss the need for and ramifications of financial reform.
- Q&A from Make Markets Be Markets George Soros, Joseph Stiglitz, Elizabeth Warren, Robert Johnson, and more discuss the ramifications of financial reform.