Professor
Michael Greenberger
Michael Greenberger, JD
Media - April 2011
BusinessWeek - April 29, 2011
Professor Greenberger is referenced in comments about "giant
derivatives markets that go largely untracked and unregulated."
Huffington Post - April 29, 2011
Houston Chronicle - April 29, 2011
Daily Journal - May 2, 2011
Professor Greenberger disputed Treasury's main defense of the
exemption -- that the contracts expire so fast that they don't pose
serious risks to the financial system.
MarketWatch - April 27, 2011
Professor Greenberger agrees that the derivatives unit requirements
need to be employed in a future crisis to pay off counter-parties of a
failing financial institution.
Toronto Globe and Mail - April 22, 2011
excessive --and often illegal-- speculation can drive energy markets.
FINCAD - April 25, 2011
Professor Greenberger said the new definition will likely include credit
The Globe and Mail - April 22, 2011
Professor Greenberger says,"If there are grand jury investigations
confidence the price of the commodities will start to drop."
Reuters.com - April 21, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses the task force formed by the Obama
CNBC - April 21, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses Goldman Sachs' influence on the
Producer.com - April 21, 2011
Professor Greenberger says the CFTC should restrict the influence of
Cornell Daily Sun - April 22, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses the linkage between oil prices and
Fuel Oil News.com - April 19, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses the linkage between oil prices and
Professor Greenberger discusses the real-life implications of
excessive speculation.
"The Diane Rehm Show," NPR - April 12, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses the current state of the U.S.
Bloomberg Businessweek - April 7, 2011
to control the post- Dodd-Frank market.