Professor
Michael Greenberger
Michael Greenberger, JD
Past Events: October - December 2012
Professor Greenberger has been invited by Dominican Republic
workshop sponsored by the President for Dominican government and
media representatives on the effect of excessive crude oil speculation
on that country’s economy.
August 30, 2008 ● Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
November 26-27, 2012 Berlin, Germany
Hyman P. Minsky Conference on Financial Instability - "Debt, Deficits,
and Unstable Markets,"
Professor Greenberger will participate in this conference, which is
organized in part by the Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, and
present "The Imperative of the Extraterritorial Reach of Dodd-Frank."  
November 1, 2012, Washington, DC
Center for National Policy - "Wall Street:  Too Big to Break Up?"
Professor Greenberger speaks on the deregulation of the derivatives
market, how the opaque casino-like nature of this market contributed to
the financial collapse, and how Dodd-Frank aims to prevent future
bailouts.
October 22, 2012, Washington, DC
The Effects of S.B. 3468, Independent Agency Regulatory Analysis
Act of 2012
Professor Greenberger will participate in a discussion with Americans
for Financial Reform and the Coalition for Sensible Safeguards about
the implications of S.B. 3468, a bill which would allow the White House
Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs to require that independent
agencies perform additional cost-benefit analysis and other
justifications for proposed regulations.