Professor
Michael Greenberger
Michael Greenberger, JD
Media - May 2011
Reuters - May 26, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses the recent CFTC's oil manipulation
Bloomberg TV - May 26, 2011
Professor Greenberger is featured in a video interview accompanying
Professor Greenberger says, "Given the size of the foreign exchange
market, it must be regulated in a manner that can provide complete
transparency and reduce credit and default risks."
Reuters - May 25, 2011
Professor Greenberger comments on the CFTC's recent manipulation
Macleans - May 25, 2011
Professor Greenberger provides a comment about the recent oil price
STLtoday.com - May 19, 2011
Professor Greenberger is quoted in an editorial about regulating the
The Sun News - May 14, 2011
The Herald - May 13, 2011
The Tribune - May 15, 2011
Professor Greenberger is quoted stating, "I'm convinced ... that
The Street - May 10, 2011
Professor Greenberger comments on the Commodities Futures  
CNBC - May 6, 2011
Professor Greenberger is quoted by Economist Hernando de Soto
Huffingtonpost Business - May 6, 2011
committees led by Republicans approved measures to delay and
WYPR-FM - May 9, 2011
Professor Greenberger appeared on the "Maryland Morning" program
MarketWatch - May 6, 2011
Professor Greenberger calls for further margin requirements on a
wide-variety of commodity transactions in the wake of Thursday's
plunge in commodities.
Huffingtonpost Business - May 6, 2011
Professor Greenberger comments on the Treasury Department's
Nieman Watchdog - May 6, 2011
Professor Greenberger says the Justice Department's new oil and gas
gas prices down.
New Energy News - May 6, 2011
Professor Greenberger says oil market speculation is sending a false
In Paul Gallagher's editorial about Wall Street regulators, he refers to
Professor Greenberger's statement about the Treasury's proposed
Reuters - May 4, 2011
Professor Greenberger says, "It's highly politically risky to move back
Mondaq - May 4, 2011
Professor Greenberger is mentioned in a story about the Department
of Justice's new "Oil and Gas Price Fraud Working Group."
Goldman Sachs to the AARP agree that oil market speculation is
sending a false demand signal to the market.