Make Markets Be Markets
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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.
Posted by Mark Thoma on Tuesday, March 9, 2010 at 12:41 AM in Economics, Financial System, Market Failure, Regulation, Video |
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