Michael Greenberger
Michael Greenberger, JD
Past Events: October-December
Professor Greenberger has been invited by Dominican Republic
President Leonel Fernández to be the keynote speaker at an all-day
workshop sponsored by the President for Dominican government and
media representatives on the effect of excessive crude oil speculation
August 30, 2008 ● Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Professor Greenberger will participate in this symposium hosted by
October 4, 2010 ● New York, NY
Will it Work? How Will We Know? The Future of Financial Reform
Professor Greenberger will be one of the featured speakers at a major
conference hosted by the Roosevelt Institute on the future of financial
reform and the implementation of the recent financial reform bill.

November 5, 2010 ● Washington, D.C.
The Economic Impact of the Dodd-Frank Bill
Professor Michael Greenberger will moderate a roundtable
discussion to explore the immediate effects of the Dodd-Frank Wall
Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, as well as its long-term

November 12, 2010 ● Laural, MD
Colloquium Lecture, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics
Professor Greenberger will present at the JHU Applied Physics
Laboratory Colloquium Lecture. His presentation will highlight the
governmental failures that led directly to the present Great Recession.  
It will assess the effectiveness of Executive Branch and
Congressional responses to these failures, including the TARP
program and various stimulus measures, as well as the recent
overhaul of market regulation within the Dodd Frank bill. An analysis of
how the present economic crisis and the governmental responses
thereto impact the ability of the country to respond to man made (e.g.
terrorism) and natural (e.g., H1N1 pandemic and BP oil spill) that
cause or have the potential to cause serious national catastrophes.

November 13, 2010 ● College Park, MD
University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business
Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting
Professor Greenberger will give the luncheon keynote address at the
21st annual University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of
Business Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting.