Michael Greenberger, JD
Professor
Michael Greenberger
Media - April 2010
"Marketplace," NPR - April 27, 2010
The growing problem of credit default swaps on municipal debt.
Business Week - April 27, 2010
Professor Greenberger calls the CFTC's move to close the Enron
loophole for seven major gas contracts "a significant effort."
The American Prospect - April 26, 2010
Professor Greenberger writes a roadmap to reining in the reckless
market in over-the-counter derivatives.
MarketWatch - April 26, 2010
Democrats reach deal on tough derivatives law.
"The Diane Rehm Show," NPR - April 26, 2010
Professor Greenberger is part of a live discussion on the latest
financial regulatory reform efforts on Capitol Hill.
Reuters/Washington Post online - April 26, 2010
With increasing support for financial regulatory reform, the CFTC is
getting a political lift for energy position limit plans.
ProPublica - April 23, 2010
Professor Greenberger says Sen. Blanche Lincoln's bill is "far
superior" to other financial regulation legislation.
Business Week - April 22, 2010
Are Wall Street lobbyists losing clout in D.C.?
CNN "American Morning" - April 22, 2010
Professor Greenberger says proper regulations of derivatives markets
could have prevented the current economic crisis.
"Marketplace," NPR - April 21, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains why the derivatives provisions in Sen.
Blanche Lincoln's bill are crucial to financial regulatory reform.
Seattle Times - April 20, 2010
Professor Greenberger joins Sen. Maria Cantwell for a press
conference urging lawmakers to enact strict derivatives regulations.
Reuters - April 20, 2010
Professor Greenberger joins Sen. Maria Cantwell for a press
conference urging lawmakers to enact strict derivatives regulations.
U.S. News & World Report - April 20, 2010
Your guide to the Goldman Sachs lawsuit, with expertise from
Professor Greenberger.
The Washington Post online - April 20, 2010
Post blogger Ezra Klein links to Professor Greenberger's presentation
from the Make Markets Be Markets conference.
"PBS News Hour," PBS - April 19, 2010
suit against Goldman Sachs.
"The Takeaway," Public Radio International - April 19, 2010
Professor Greenberger joins New York Times reporter Louise Story in
a discussion of the SEC suit against Goldman Sachs.
Seeking Alpha - April 18, 2010
More coverage of the SEC suit against Goldman Sachs.
"Room for Debate," The New York Times online - April 16, 2010
Professor Greenberger's commentary about the SEC suit against
Goldman Sachs.
Arkansas Times - April 13, 2010
Sen. Blanche Lincoln prepares to take center stage in the financial
derivatives debate.
New York Times - April 12, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains why all derivatives should clear and
trade through an exchange.
The New York Review of Books - April 8, 2010
Professor Greenberger is referenced in this review of Nobel
Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz's new book.
"Tapped," the American Prospect blog - April 7, 2010
Another twist in consumer protection.
The Washington Post - April 6, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses "abusive" derivatives.
The Washington Post - April 5, 2010
An update on derivatives reform. Professor Greenberger's article from
the Make Markets Be Markets conference is linked.
The New Republic - April 4, 2010
Why lawmakers need to get tough on derivatives and push for
increased regulation and transparency.
New York Times - April 2, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains why the derivatives clearing houses
and exchanges could be a multi-billion dollar business.
New York Times - April 1, 2010