Media - April 2009
Michael Greenberger, JD
Professor
Michael Greenberger
"Fault Lines," Al Jazeera English - April 30, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the sweeping financial
deregulation movement of the late 90s.
TheStreet.com - April 28, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the continuing fight to give
regulators more oversight of the credit default swaps market.
Bloomberg - April 28, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses legislation in the U.S. Senate that
would give the government more power to prosecute mortgage and
financial fraud.
Variety - April 26, 2009
Professor Greenberger attends the premiere of 'American Casino' at
the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. Commentary from
Professor Greenberger is prominently featured in the film.
Bloomberg - April 24, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the evolution of the derivatives
market and the lack of regulation that fueled runaway credit default
swaps trading.
Newsweek - April 10, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains the importance of requiring
over-the-counter derivatives to be traded on formal exchanges.
WUSA TV, Channel 9 (Washington, D.C.) - April 8, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the investigation into alleged
government's plan to crack down on mortgage relief fraud,
The Hill - April 7, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the role of a systemic risk regulator
in overseeing derivatives trading.
The Washington Post - April 7, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains the importance of a cohesive and
comprehensive new financial regulatory system.
MinnPost.com - April 7, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses Larry Summers' refusal to heed the
CFTC's call for derivatives regulation in the late 90s.
"Connect the Dots," KPFK 90.7 FM (Los Angeles) - April 6, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the prospect of nationalizing the
Fed.
ClimateWire - April 2, 2009