Professor
Michael Greenberger
Michael Greenberger, JD
Past Events: April-June 2009
June 10, 2009 ● Washington, D.C.
Regulation of Credit Default Swaps and Collateralized Debt
Obligations
Professor Greenberger will attend a screening of 'American Casino' at
the Charles Theater. The film, produced by Andrew and Leslie
Cockburn, chronicles the subprime mortgage crisis and predatory
lending -- with a focus on victims in Baltimore, MD. Professor
Greenberger was interviewed extensively for the film and plays a
prominent role in the final product.
 
June 9, 2009 ● Baltimore, MD
Screening of 'American Casino' in Baltimore
Professor Greenberger will attend a screening of 'American Casino' at
the Charles Theater. The film, produced by Andrew and Leslie
Cockburn, chronicles the subprime mortgage crisis and predatory
lending -- with a focus on victims in Baltimore, MD. Professor
Greenberger was interviewed extensively for the film and plays a
prominent role in the final product.
 
April 30, 2009 ● Vienna, Austria
OPEC/EU "Impact of Financial Markets on the Price of Oil"
Professor Greenberger will speak at a workshop organized by OPEC
and the European Union that focuses on two key issues: the evolving
impact of the financial oil markets on crude oil prices, and the
challenge of regulation and oversight in the paper oil market. This
event is closed to the public.
 
April 26, 2009 ● New York, NY
Tribeca Film Festival Premiere of 'American Casino'
Professor Greenberger will attend the premiere of 'American Casino'
at the Tribeca Film Festival. The film, produced by Andrew and Leslie
Cockburn, chronicles the subprime mortgage crisis and predatory
lending -- with a focus on victims in Baltimore, MD. Professor
Greenberger was interviewed extensively for the film and plays a
prominent role in the final product.
 
April 24-26, 2009 ● Yulee, FL
'Toward a New Theory of Regulation: Ferment in the Face of Crisis'
-- Government & Markets Conference Hosted by the Tobin Project
Professor Greenberger will speak at the Tobin Project's 'Ferment in of
regulation and the economic role of the state. The conference will be
held at the conference center at White Oak.
 
April 21, 2009 ● Washington, D.C.
Meeting of the Interfaith Working Group on Trade and Investment
Professor Greenberger will discuss the United Nations Commission
of Experts of the President of the UN General Assembly on Reforms of
the International Monetary and Financial System, for which he serves
as a Technical Advisor.
 
April 16-17, 2009 ● New York, NY
Hyman P. Minsky Conference on the Effects of the Financial Crisis
on the U.S. and Global Economies
Professor Greenberger will speak at this year's Hyman P. Minsky
conference, an event that will examine, inter alia, the impact of the
credit crunch on the economic and financial market outlook; the
rehabilitation of fiscal policy; and margins of safety, systemic risk, and
the U.S. subprime mortgage market. The conference will be held at
the Ford Foundation, 320 East 43rd St. in New York City.
 
April 9, 2009 ● Baltimore, MD
Professor Greenberger will give a presentation at the historic
Hamilton Street Club on the causes and solutions to the economic
meltdown.