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Greg Anrig

Greg Anrig

Greg Anrig is Vice President for Policy at The Century Foundation where he has been responsible for overseeing The Century Foundation’s projects on public policy as well as its fellows since 1994. He is author of The Conservatives Have No Clothes: Why Right-Wing Ideas Keep Failing (John Wiley & Sons, September 2007). He is co-editor […]

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Brenda Wright

Brenda Wright

Brenda Wright is the Vice President of Legal Strategies at Demos.  She has led many progressive legal and policy initiatives on voting rights, campaign finance reform, redistricting, election administration and other democracy and electoral reform issues and is a nationally know expert in these areas.  She has argued two cases before the U.S. Supreme Court: Randall […]

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Nina Shapiro

Nina Shapiro

Nina Shapiro is Professor of Economics at Saint Peter’s College, New Jersey, and a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics. She did her graduate work in economics at the New School for Social Research, and taught for a number of years at Rutgers University, where she directed graduate study […]

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Ethan Kaplan

Ethan Kaplan

Ethan Kaplan is Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Maryland at College Park. He focuses on political economy, labor economics, and new microeconomic empirical approaches to macroeconomics. He studied economics at UC Berkeley, receiving his PhD in 2005. He received his M.A. in Development Economics from Stanford University in 1999 and his B.A. […]

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Teresa Ghilarducci

Teresa Ghilarducci

Teresa Ghilarducci is a labor economist and nationally recognized expert in retirement security. Ghilarducci joined The New School in 2008 after 25 years as a professor of economics at the University of Notre Dame and 10 years as director of the school’s Higgins Labor Research Center. As an author, her most recent book – When […]

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Robert Borosage

Robert Borosage

Robert L. Borosage is the Founder and President of the Institute for America’s Future and Co-Director of its sister organization, the Campaign for America’s Future. The organizations were launched by 100 prominent Americans to develop policies, message and issue campaigns to help forge an enduring majority for progressive change in America. Mr. Borosage writes widely […]

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Mark Hertsgaard

Mark Hertsgaard

Mark Hertsgaard is the author of six books that have been translated into sixteen languages, including HOT: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth and Earth Odyssey:  Around the World In Search of Our Environmental Future.  He has reported from twenty-five countries about politics, world affairs, culture and environmental issues for leading media outlets worldwide, including The […]

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Justin Levitt

Justin Levitt

Justin Levitt is a professor of constitutional law and the law of democracy at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, and a recognized national expert on election law.  His work has included extensive research into pressing issues of election law and practice; assistance to federal and state administrative and legislative bodies with responsibility over elections; participation […]

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Jan Kregel

Jan Kregel

Jan Kregel is a Senior Scholar at the Levy Economics Institute of Bard College and Director of the Institute’s Monetary Policy and Financial Structure program. He holds the position of professor of development finance at Tallinn University of Technology. In 2009, Kregel served as Rapporteur of the President of the UN General Assembly’s Commission on […]

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John Koza

John Koza

John R. Koza received his Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Michigan in 1972. He published a board game involving Electoral College strategy in 1966. From 1973 through 1987, he was co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Scientific Games Inc. where he co-invented the rub-off instant lottery ticket used by state lotteries. In the […]

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John Coequyt

John Coequyt

Director of the Sierra Club’s international climate programs as well as a representative on domestic climate change and energy issues. John has worked on domestic and international climate change policy for over a decade. Prior to his time at the Sierra Club, he worked for Greenpeace USA where he served as an international climate campaigner. […]

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Barry C. Lynn

Barry C. Lynn

Barry Lynn is director of the Markets, Enterprise, and Resiliency Initiative, and a senior fellow at the New America Foundation. He is author of Cornered: The New Monopoly Capitalism and the Economics of Destruction and End of the Line: The Rise and Coming Fall of the Global. Lynn’s groundbreaking writings on industrial interdependence among nations […]

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Frank Partnoy

Frank Partnoy

Professor Frank Partnoy is the George E. Barrett Professor of Law and Finance and the Director of the Center on Corporate and Securities Law at the University of San Diego. He is one of the world’s leading experts on the complexities of modern finance and financial market regulation. He worked as a derivatives structurer at […]

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Faiza Patel

Faiza Patel

Faiza Patel serves as Co-Director of the Libertyand National Security Program, which seeks to ensure that our government respects human rights and fundamental freedoms in conducting the fight against terrorism.  She is the author of Rethinking Radicalization, a critical analysis of law enforcement theories that suggest that Muslim religious behavior can be considered a proxy […]

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Garrit Voggesser

Garrit Voggesser

Garrit Voggesser is NWF’s National Director for Tribal Partnerships. He works nationwide with tribes on a variety of wildlife, habitat, climate change, energy, water, and other conservation issues. Much of his work focuses on partnering with tribes to restore wild bison, restore and protect native habitat and wildlife on tribal lands, and ensure equitable support […]

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Top Wonk Nomi Prins discusses how Deutsche Bank has failed to learn the lessons of the financial crisis which is why they hav

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Robert Reich
May 28, 2015

Last week’s settlement between the Justice Department and five giant banks reveals the appalling weakness of modern antitru


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May 21, 2015

In May 2011, Vanity Fair published an article by Nobel Prize–winning economist Joseph Stiglitz, called “Of the 1%, by the

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May 14, 2015

When Hillary Clinton video-announced her bid for the Oval Office, she claimed she wanted to be a “champion” for the Ame


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Simon Johnson
March 12, 2015

For the past six years, US President Barack Obama’s administration has, more often than not, sided with the interests o


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Dean Baker
March 11, 2015

Since the release last week of the latest monthly U.S.

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February 6, 2015

Every fan of the market knows the importance of exit.


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President Obama rolls out his budget today, triggering the next salvos in the debate about America’s future.

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Michael Konczal
January 30, 2015

The Republicans have declared war against Dodd-Frank.


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Dean Baker
December 2, 2014

Wow, some things are really hard for elite media types to understand.

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November 11, 2014

Presidents are rarely able to accomplish much in the last two years of a second term.


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Zephyr Teachout
November 5, 2014

One early morning in Brooklyn a few months ago, when I was still running for governor of New York, I encountered a man talkin


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October 29, 2014

The recent spike in global political-financial volatility that was temporarily soothed by ECB covered bond buying reveals ano

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William Black
October 20, 2014

Deal Book, Andrew Ross Sorkin’s ethics-free paean to painless elite bank frauds – all the wealth and none of the accounta


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A review of French economist Thomas Piketty’s best-selling book “Capital in the 21st Century” by the world’s richest

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William Black
October 14, 2014

Attorney General Eric Holder’s resignation last week reminds us of an infuriating fact: No banking executives have been


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William Black
October 1, 2014

Whatever else comes out of the release of the audio tapes by Carmen Segarra, they have harmed the reputation of Mike Silva, t

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September 30, 2014

In a remarkable development last week, the California Public Employee Retirement System (CalPERS) announced that it was endin


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Naomi Klein
September 24, 2014

Ever since she released her the anti-globalization manifesto, No Logo: Taking Aim at the Brand Bullies, 15 years ago, Naomi

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September 3, 2014

Brian Edwards-Tiekert interviews Eileen Appelbaum, a senior economist at the Center for Economist and Policy Research and aut


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Two hundred years ago, Washington DC was captured by the British – who then proceeded to set fire to official buildings, i

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Lawrence Mishel
August 13, 2014

Corporations are adopting a new tactic to lower their taxes—renouncing their U.S.


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Robert Johnson
August 8, 2014

The wound of the financial crisis of 2008, and the challenge to the legitimacy of our governance, is still very much with us.

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Joseph E. Stiglitz
August 7, 2014

On July 30, Argentina’s creditors did not receive their semiannual payment on the bonds that were restructured after the c


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August 6, 2014

The economy grew at an impressive rate of four percent in the second quarter of this year, according to a government report

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For federal regulators, the Dodd-Frank Act (DFA) of 2010 resembles an earthquake so massive that its aftershocks threaten to


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Eileen Appelbaum
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There is no way to construe as fair the United States court ruling that Argentina cannot pay 93 percent of its creditors, unl

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The theme of this year’s European Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (EVCA) symposium held in Vienna in June wa


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Four years out from the passage of Dodd-Frank it is pretty clear that the bill did not lead to an fundamental restructuring o

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July 24, 2014

Robert Pollin: If the Fed was serious about strengthening the basic economy, it would bail out American cities.


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The United States Federal Reserve System is one of the most powerful governmental organizations in the history of the world.

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Robert Shiller
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In recent months, concern has intensified among the world’s financial experts and news media that overheated asset markets


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Simon Johnson
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There are two leading views about the world’s financial system.

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The shocking thing about the financial collapse of 2008 is not that Wall Street excesses pushed us into the worst economy cri


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Anat Admati
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Our banks are larger than before the 2008 crash and they’re still living dangerously, economist Anat Admati tells Bill.

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Robert Johnson says the compulsive pressure of money in politics has led to an abandonment of rules other than rules which tr


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Why are nearly 10 million people still out of work today? Was it because in September 2008, the U.S.

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Robert Kuttner
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As Europe’s depression continues six years after the financial collapse of 2007-2008, watch for far-right parties to ma


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Timothy Geithner’s new book about the financial crisis, Stress Test, is basically an argument that the Wall Street bail

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Dean Baker
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President Obama’s chief economist, Jason Furman, weighed in behind efforts to privatize Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac la


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When President Obama proposed his stimulus in January 2009, the economy was in a freefall, losing more than 700,000 jobs a mo

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Since the beginning of the year, a new wave of doubt has engulfed emerging markets, driving down their asset prices.


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Former financial regulator Bill Black says 863-page Volcker rule will allow banks to continue their risky financial derivativ

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Robert Prasch
September 30, 2013

Five long and eventual years have passed since the demise of the once venerable firm of Lehman Brothers.


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HOME prices have been rising rapidly, so much so that there is talk that we are entering another national bubble.

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There are three straightforward and rather obvious lessons from the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.


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James K. Galbraith
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On Sept. 15, 2008, Lehman Brothers — the fourth-largest investment bank in the U.S.

LA Times

Over the weekend, Larry Summers ended his quest to chair the Federal Reserve.

At least, that’s what we heard.


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Frank Partnoy
September 24, 2013

In 2005, four dozen senior executives at Lehman Brothers took a decision-making course.

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Many economists and business writers view the duration and severity of the downturn as being a mystery.


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The global financial crisis of 2008 created the worst recession in the developed world since the Great Depression.


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September 23, 2013

You are reading this on a smartphone, then you are probably holding in your palm the conflict minerals that have sent the bi

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Nouriel Roubini
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Speaking of “known unknowns” – foreseeable risks whose realisation is uncertain – was common within t


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Next Sunday marks the fifth anniversary of the fateful day that investment bank Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy, signali

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September 9, 2013

Professor William Black interviewed on The Real News Network about the track record of potential Fed chair nominee Larry Summ


Bob Pollin on The Real News Network discussing why Larry Summers is likely to be the next Fed chair not despite failures but

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Dean Baker
September 4, 2013

The Fed may have accomplished a remarkable feat last month: a quick and relatively painless bursting of an incipient bubble i


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Robert Borosage
September 3, 2013

The insiders’ campaign to make Larry Summers head of the Federal Reserve Board is relentless.

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Michael Konczal
August 27, 2013

Nearly five years after the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers touched off a global financial crisis, we are no safer.


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The debate over public pensions shows clearly the contempt that the elites have for ordinary workers.

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The drafters of the United States Constitution had to make a fundamental choice: Should they concentrate power in the hands o


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I was recently asked by an interviewer who’s going to replace Chairman Bernanke.

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Anat Admati
August 26, 2013

Nearly five years after the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers touched off a global financial crisis, we are no safer.


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John Fullerton has written a scathing indictment of Wall Street’s morals.

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The global economy needs exchange rate coordination now.


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August 20, 2013

OK so it took almost four decades but finally the mainstream is waking up to the fact that banks do not “lend out” reserv

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The Obama administration’s push to get Larry Summers as Federal Reserve Board Chair is moving into overdrive as opposit

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When I was growing up in Gary, Ind., nearly a quarter of American workers were employed in the manufacturing sector.


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The current debate over the Fed Chairmanship displays the ethical emptiness at the top of U.S. political and financial power.

The Real News Network interviews Professor William Black about why he thinks prosecuting low-level JP Morgan employees is too


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The financial crisis brought many of Britain’s high street banks into public ownership and left many of Wall Street&#82

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Dean Baker
August 14, 2013

The news in the last couple of weeks has had endless references to two people who we have been repeatedly told are brilliant:


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President Obama’s announcement of his plans for a restructured mortgage market was painful for those who remember the

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The reason Larry Summers has become a leading candidate for Federal Reserve chairman is because President Obama is now leanin


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William Black
August 7, 2013

The Department of Justice’s (DOJ) latest civil suit against Bank of America (B of A) is an embarrassment of tragic proporti

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August 5, 2013

A bipartisan group of senators recently put forward a proposal for new Glass-Steagall legislation that would restore a strict


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Simon Johnson
July 25, 2013

Nearly five years after the worst financial crisis since the 1930’s, and three years after the enactment of the Dodd-Frank

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Nouriel Roubini
July 22, 2013

During the last few years, a lot of hype has been heaped on the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa).


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Dean Baker
July 19, 2013

The decision by the City of Detroit to declare bankruptcy came as a shock to many.

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Robert Shiller
July 18, 2013

You might think that we have been living in a post-bubble world since the collapse in 2006 of the biggest-ever worldwide real


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Tom Ferguson
July 17, 2013

You didn’t have to be in New York to feel the shudder on Wall Street when Eliot Spitzer announced that he was running for N

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July 16, 2013

Former regulator Bill Black discusses whether the level of systemic risk due to fraud in our financial markets has improved o


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July 15, 2013

Financial reform is stuck There was sensible intent in the Dodd-Frank legislation of 2010, but the pressure from global megab

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Michael Konczal
July 13, 2013

Last week saw the first hearing in the US government’s court case attempting to hold ratings agencies accountable for their


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July 11, 2013

Demos Distinguished Senior Fellow Teresa Ghilarducci joins the Diane Rehm show to discusses the social and financial impli

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On Tuesday, federal banking regulators opened an important new phase of the debate on how safe very large financial instituti


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Dean Baker
July 2, 2013

It’s not news that the Wall Street banks have enormous influence over policy in Washington.

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Robert Kuttner
July 1, 2013

America’s failure to solve the continuing mortgage crisis is the most serious lapse in the aftermath of the 2008 subpri


Former regulator Bill Black joins the Fraud Report on the Real News Network to discuss 3 prominent financial experts push to

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Anat Admati
June 28, 2013

The big question: Are we at risk of another banking crisis?

Oh, yes. Definitely.


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Until the recent bout of financial-market turbulence, a variety of risky assets (including equities, government bonds, and co

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Simon Johnson
June 26, 2013

The devil is always in the details And the greatest devils of our economic age lurk in the details of how officials regard th


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Joseph E. Stiglitz
June 25, 2013

In recent years, a growing number of African governments have issued Eurobonds, diversifying away from traditional sources of

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Michael Konczal
June 22, 2013

The rumor is that Gary Gensler, the Goldman Sachs trader turned Wall Street regulator, may see his time atop the Commodities


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n August 2011, 10 law professors petitioned the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to require publicly traded compani

Professor Bob Pollin laments the failure of the Obama administration to reappoint Commodities Future Trading Commission Chair


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In traveling across the country to talk about the impact of the Supreme Court’s 2010 decision in Citizens United, I frequen

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Nouriel Roubini
June 17, 2013

Imagine someone had told you in early 2008 that the U.S.


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Global megabanks and their friends are pushing back hard against the idea that additional reforms are needed – beyond w

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Jacob S. Hacker
June 12, 2013

It should be the best of times for the left Instead, discredited austerity policies still reign, and it’s the far left


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Joseph E. Stiglitz
June 10, 2013

In the five years since the financial crisis crippled the American economy, a favorite warning of those who have urged forcef

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Simon Johnson
June 6, 2013

Large multinational nonfinancial companies waded into the debate over too-big-to-fail financial institutions this week, comin


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William Black
June 4, 2013

What do you get when you throw together economic fraudsters, plutocrats and opportunistic criminals? A financial crisis, that

The Guardian

The economies of the United States and Europe are seeing their worst downturn since the Great Depression.


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Marshall Auerback
June 1, 2013

It is appropriate that Andy Haldane, Executive Director for Financial Stability at the Bank of England and a member of the I

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William Black
May 31, 2013

Standard Chartered and HSBC’s leaders must be doubly humiliated by the description by Mythili Raman, the acting head of


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Simon Johnson
May 30, 2013

The race is on to determine who will succeed Ben Bernanke as chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

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Recent data showing housing prices rising at their fastest rate since the collapse of the bubble have many people asking whet


William Black
May 29, 2013

Former financial regulator Bill Black draws discusses Liberty Reserve’s 6$ billion money laundering scandal on the Re

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Robert Reich
May 26, 2013

A Senate report criticizes Apple for shifting billions of dollars in profits into Irish affiliates where its tax rate is l


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Simon Johnson
May 24, 2013

The recent governance controversy at JPMorgan Chase has masked a much larger issue.

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Simon Johnson
May 23, 2013

Defenders of big banks are adamant that we have fixed the problem of too big to fail Organizations such as the Bipartisan Po


William Black
May 20, 2013

Former regulator Bill Black berates the Commodity Future Trading Commission’s latest capitulation to the banking indu

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Michael Konczal
May 18, 2013

As someone who knows the FDIC — which is actually the agency that takes down failing banks — she’s in an unusually go


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Simon Johnson
May 16, 2013

On Tuesday, with some fanfare, the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington rolled out a report, “Too Big to Fail: The Path t

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Dean Baker
May 15, 2013

As we move toward the fifth anniversary of the great financial crisis of 2008, people should be outraged that cutting Social


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Alan S. Blinder
May 13, 2013

Have you heard about HR 807, the “Full Faith and Credit Act,” passed last Thursday by the House of Representative

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A simplistic (actually, naive) view of markets is that they exist almost in a “state of nature,” and that the best of all


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Simon Johnson
May 12, 2013

The skirmishing is almost over, the main armies almost assembled.

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Simon Johnson
May 9, 2013

Some proponents of the current American version of corporate capitalism contend that if there is a problem with the way our l


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Jeffrey Sachs
May 8, 2013

In recent weeks, citizens in many countries suffering from government budget cutbacks have been learning more and more about

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Michael Konczal
May 6, 2013

In early 2010, during the debate over the construction of the financial reform bill that would become Dodd-Frank, Rep.


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Sarah Anderson
May 4, 2013

Laurence Fink, the 60-year-old CEO of Wall Street money manager BlackRock Inc., wants the retirement age raised to 70.

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Simon Johnson
May 2, 2013

The megabank lobby has finally put its best arguments on the table.


Simon Johnson
April 30, 2013

Former Chief Economist of the IMF Simon Johnson discusses new efforts to curb too big to fail, specifically by raising the bi

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Nouriel Roubini
April 29, 2013

The ongoing weakness of America’s economy—where deleveraging in the private and public sectors continues apace—has led


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There are two competing narratives about recent financial-reform efforts and the dangers that very large banks now pose arou


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Simon Johnson
April 25, 2013

At this point, no one will stick up for too-big-to-fail financial institutions.

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Sarah Anderson
April 23, 2013

The International Monetary Fund is accustomed to rallies outside their Washington, D.C.


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Lynn A. Stout
April 19, 2013

Shareholder Value and its Disappointments
By the end of the 20th century, a broad consensus had emerged in the Anglo-America

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Simon Johnson
April 18, 2013

The Clearing House, an association of banks, is at the forefront of efforts to prevent further potential restrictions on how


AlterNet
William Black
April 3, 2013

Some lies will not die.  As I have demonstrated repeatedly, Third Way is Wall Street on the Potomac.

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Simon Johnson
March 28, 2013

While bank lobbyists and some commentators are suddenly taken with the idea that an active debate is under way about whether


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Joshua A. Tucker
March 19, 2013

This weekend, the eurozone was greeted with the spectre of a something it had hoped was behind it: the dreaded bank run.

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Anat Admati
March 15, 2013

Anat Admati joins NPR’s Renee Montagne to explain why banks borrow more than they should, how new regulations aren&#821


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Simon Johnson
March 14, 2013

The largest banks in the United States face a serious political problem.

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Anat Admati
March 11, 2013

Anat Admati, co-author of ‘The Bankers’ New Clothes’, tells CNBC that no industry should rely on leverage a


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Simon Johnson
February 28, 2013

In testimony to the Senate Banking Committee this week, Ben Bernanke made a clear statement acknowledging that very large Ame

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Michael Konczal
February 13, 2013

1. Private markets, rather than the GSEs, created the subprime mortgage boom.


Bob Pollin
February 7, 2013

Professor Bob Pollin analyzes the lack GDP growth in the United States, stagnant unemployment rates, and the fragility of the

William Black
February 4, 2013

Former Regulator William Black discusses Lanny Breuer’s recent resignation from the Justice Department following PBS


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Simon Johnson
January 31, 2013

Jacob J Lew, the president’s nominee for Treasury secretary, and Mary Jo White, the nominee for chairwoman of the Securitie

Frank Partnoy
January 22, 2013

Securities lawyer Frank Partnoy discusses Citigroup’s lack of rigor, especially Vikram Pandit, in assessing its interna


Robert Shiller
January 18, 2013

Robert Shiller predicts that we are on the verge of entering a normal housing market with modest price inclines on BNN, Janua

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Simon Johnson
January 17, 2013

“Too big to fail is too big to continue The megabanks have too much power in Washington and too much weight within the fina


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Doug Kendall
January 16, 2013

The Takings Clause of the Constitution’s Fifth Amendment made national news last week with the spectacle of AIG playing

Michael Waldman
January 9, 2013

Brennan Center’s Michael Waldman joins Wall Street Journal editor Stephen Moore in discussing AIG’s potential law


William Black
January 7, 2013

Former Federal Regulator William Black provides a brief synopsis of the new BASEL liquidity agreement, analyzing its strength

Atlantic
Frank Partnoy
January 4, 2013

The financial crisis had many causes—too much borrowing, foolish investments, misguided regulation—but at its core, the


Anat Admati
December 21, 2012

Anat Admati exposes the flaws in the banking system that could trigger another financial collapse, and lays out a plan to fix

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Simon Johnson
December 20, 2012

In a desperate attempt to prevent implementation of the Volcker Rule, representatives of megabanks are resorting to some las


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Simon Johnson
December 13, 2012

At age 85, Mr. Volcker, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve, speaks softly and displays a razor-sharp mind.

therealnews

Why is HSBC still in operation? On the same day (December 10, 2012) that the Obama administration leaked the story of the HSB


Financial Times
Leo Hindery, Jr.
December 11, 2012

In an effort to promote a more balanced economic approach between government and business, President Obama has proposed a con

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The battle between President Obama and the Republican Congress has become a major spectator sport as we approach the end of t


Robert Shiller
November 28, 2012

Case-Shiller Index author Robert Shiller discusses the modest increases in the real estate market and continued economic unce

Bloomberg
Simon Johnson
November 25, 2012

This is now the standard line from Wall Street lobbyists: Don’t worry about “too big to fail” financial institutions be


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Simon Johnson
November 8, 2012

One of the most important results on Tuesday was the election of Elizabeth Warren as United States senator from Massachuset

Robert Shiller
November 6, 2012

Case-Shiller Index author Robert Shiller discusses the role of the housing market in the 2012 election, reforming the mortgag


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Nancy Folbre
November 5, 2012

Consumers swipe millions of debit and credit cards every day in electronic transactions for which merchants are charged a sma

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Simon Johnson
October 25, 2012

In Washington today, “bipartisan” is a loaded term.


Robert Shiller
October 24, 2012

Case-Shiller index co-author Robert Shiller discusses presidential candidates, the global economic forecast, and euro-zone un

Huff Po
Robert Kuttner
October 22, 2012

Conservative commentators use the term “pander” to describe politicians, usually liberals, who are sensitive to w


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Financial regulation is a never-ending saga.

Frank Partnoy
October 21, 2012

Frank Partnoy discusses Goldman’s ethics in the wake of Greg Smith’s scathing article and book on 60 minutes Octo


Michael Greenberger
October 18, 2012

Michael Greenberger discusses the political and economic power wielded by large financial institutions in America on the

Simon Johnson
October 16, 2012

Simon Johnson discusses the advantages massive financial institution receive from being too big to fail on CSPAN, October 16t


Michael Greenberger
October 15, 2012

Michael Greenberger discusses the legal and lobbying assault by financial institutions on speculation regulation on the Rea

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Simon Johnson
October 14, 2012

Daniel Tarullo, a governor of the Federal Reserve System, spoke for the first time last week about potentially imposing a si


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Michael Greenberger
October 8, 2012

Corporate-sponsored groups have launched a campaign of litigation in the lower federal courts challenging the legality of the

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Simon Johnson
October 4, 2012

Economic policy is always torn between helping the broader social interest – lots of ordinary people – and favoring parti


Bloomberg
Michael Greenberger
October 3, 2012

Talk of unfairness to banks so soon after the financial crisis confounds Michael Greenberger, a former director of markets at

Bloomberg
Simon Johnson
September 30, 2012

Global regulators have a peculiar way of assessing the soundness of big banks: Ask bankers how risky their investments are, t


Bob McIntyre
September 25, 2012

Bob McIntyre refutes the idea that a low Capital Gains tax rate stimulates economic growth on PBS, September 25, 2012.

Jim Chanos
September 20, 2012

Jim Chanos discusses the impact of high speed trading on financial markets on CNBC September 20th, 2012.


William Black
September 19, 2012

On the anniversary of the 2008 financial crisis, William Black discusses Countrywide, fraud and the housing bubble on AL Jaze

Dean Baker discusses taxing the wealthy, US manufacturing, and the middle class on MSNBC, September 19, 2012.


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Nancy Folbre
August 28, 2012

During Mitt Romney’s time at its helm, Bain Capital cleverly invested in, and made enormous profits from, companies that

Wall Street Journal
Anne Simpson
August 27, 2012

“We have exposure across numerous strategies, which could have been affected for the positive and the negative,”


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Simon Johnson
August 23, 2012

After a long summer of high-profile scandals — JPMorgan Chase trading,Barclays rate-fixing, HSBC money laundering and

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Dean Baker
August 21, 2012

Last week Vice President Joe Biden did a courageous thing, he promised an audience in southern Virginia that there will be no


EconoMonitor
L. Randall Wray
August 19, 2012

Economists are often preoccupied with incentives.

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Nouriel Roubini
August 15, 2012

Whether the eurozone is viable or not remains an open question.


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Nancy Altman
August 14, 2012

Generations of Americans have worked together to build our nation’s Social Security system.

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Nancy Folbre
August 13, 2012

When I was a student, my English-major friends warned me that economists were people who didn’t have enough personality to


Huff Po

The record drought and crop failures will create shortages, especially of corn, and will increase the prices of many foods th

Huff Po

Mitt Romney’s choice of Rep.


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Mike Grunwald has a post at FP summarizing his new book, The New New Deal.

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The possibility that economic theory is ‘performative’ – that the theory creates the reality – has long fascinated me


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The record drought and crop failures will create shortages, especially of corn, and will increase the prices of many foods th

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Simon Johnson
August 9, 2012

Proponents of the status quo in the financial sector just cannot catch a break.


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Dean Baker
August 7, 2012

The case of the rigged Libor turns out to be the scandal that just keeps on giving.

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Sony Kapoor
August 6, 2012

The euro crisis is once again dominating the headlines.


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Robert Kuttner
August 5, 2012

Let’s not expect central bankers to bail out the continuing economic mess.

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Simon Johnson
August 2, 2012

Global megabanks have had a tough summer.


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Kemal Dervis
August 1, 2012

August has been a dangerous month in European history, but this year it could be the turning point for the eurozone – and

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Many people are following the presidential election closely with the idea that the outcome will have a major impact on nation


Robert Shiller
July 31, 2012

Robert Shiller talks about home price seasonability and volatility over the last four months and the potential for another bu


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Eyal Press’ book “Beautiful Souls: Saying No, Breaking Ranks, and Heeding the Voice of Conscience in Dark Times” is a s

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William Black
July 30, 2012

Will no one rid me of the accursed examiners?
Examiners look at spreadsheets, but so do supervisors.


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Robert Borosage
July 26, 2012

The wealthiest Americans often choose to live in gated communities, designed to shield them from the intrusion of those Ann R

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Kemal Dervis
July 24, 2012

The financial crisis of 2008 has spurred a global debate on how much government regulation of markets – and what kind &


Jeffrey Sachs discusses HIV and AIDS in relation to the global economy and where we are on Hilary Clinton’s path to an

Capital Institute
John Fullerton
July 23, 2012

Last week, I gave a talk to the Missouri Association of Public Employee Retirement Systems annual meeting.


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Alan S. Blinder
July 22, 2012

The U.S. economy could use another boost, and it won’t come from fiscal policy.

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Despite what the debt and deficit hawks would have you believe, we can’t cut our way back to prosperity.


Project Syndicate
Kemal Dervis
July 20, 2012

WASHINGTON, DC – The financial crisis of 2008 has spurred a global debate on how much government regulation of markets –

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Simon Johnson
July 19, 2012

On June 1, 2008, Timothy F.


William Black
July 18, 2012

William Black talks about the Libor Scandal and the NY Fed’s involvement on After the Bell on Fox Business Network, Jul

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As Europe struggles through its sovereign debt crisis, Germany is considered the strong arm of the region.


Robert Shiller
July 17, 2012

Robert Shiller discusses with Steve Forbes why financial systems are necessary in modern society, covering everything from t

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Dean Baker
July 16, 2012

Ever since the housing bubble collapsed, the Federal government has refused to take major initiatives to help underwater home


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Jettisoning the grandiose dream of a global reserve currency and promoting viable national economies is the way out of the eu

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Frank Partnoy
July 15, 2012

As recriminations related to the scandal surrounding the London interbank offered rate continue, one crucial question remains


William Black
July 14, 2012

William Black talks about JPMorgan’s recent “trading blunder” on Al Jazeera, July 14th 2012.

Michael Greenberger
July 13, 2012

Michael Greenberger talks about Russell Wasendorf’s arrest for $200 million missing in fraud on WCBS, July 13th 2012.


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Simon Johnson
July 12, 2012

In the aftermath of the Barclays rate-fixing scandal, the most surprising reaction has been from people in the financial sect

Robert Reich
July 11, 2012

Robert Reich dissects important election year issues that will impact the economy beyond 2012, July 11, 2012.


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Simon Johnson
July 9, 2012

On July 3, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

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In recent weeks Alan Simpson, the foul-mouthed former senator, has apparently been sent to the sidelines.


Simon Johnson
July 8, 2012

Simon Johnson talks about the impact the Affordable Care Act will have on Americans, the Jamie Dimon resignation petition, Ba

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The economy is plainly stuck in second gear.


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Dean Baker
July 7, 2012

In a piece that has the word “explainer” in its headline, the post proceeds to mis-explain the LIBOR scandal to

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In the middle of an article that is largely devoted to discussing the absurdity of Republicans attacks on the Affordable Ca


William Black
July 6, 2012

William Black, with senior economist at Moody’s Analytics Ryan Sweet, talks about how America is headed towards a reces

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — Private employers have added jobs for 28 straight months, proving the resilience of the U.S.


Dean Baker
July 5, 2012

Dean Baker, with Micro Strategy president David Goldman, discusses employment trends, “Obamacare,” the threat of

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L. Randall Wray
July 2, 2012

Earlier this week I noted, tongue-firmly-in-cheek, that we’re all MMTers now, following Paul McCulley’s recommendation th


Frank Partnoy discusses his new book, applying delayed decisions to the banking crisis and the snap judgments from Wall Stree

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Robert Kuttner
July 1, 2012

If Europe continues its steady march to financial depression and collapse of the Euro, no politician will be more to blame th


Simon Johnson
June 29, 2012

Simon Johnson discusses why JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon should leave the New York Federal Reserve Board and also explains the ne

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Michael Konczal
June 28, 2012

Key Findings:

Several years into this recession, the overall amount of underwater mortgage debt is still very high.


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The leaders of France and Germany may have their differences on the big question of the day — stimulus versus austerity.

Nouriel Roubini discusses the European debt crisis on Bloomberg.


Frank Partnoy
June 26, 2012

Frank Partnoy discusses the “short-termism” of corporate life, how media affects our decision-making and happines

Jeffrey Sachs talks about the European crisis, economic globalization, and the lack of public support of a “United Stat


Robert Shiller talks about the rising prices of homes but the uncertainty of the future of those prices on Fox Business Netwo

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Joseph E. Stiglitz
June 25, 2012

Republicans blame President Obama for the economy’s slow recovery.


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US inequality is at its highest point for nearly a century.

Jeffrey Sachs talks about the wave of synchronized economic slowdown across the globe on Morning Joe on MSNBC, June 25th 2012


Robert Shiller
June 23, 2012

Robert Shiller talks about the Occupy Movement and hypothesizes on why CEO’s are paid so much on CSPAN2, June 23rd 2012

William Black
June 22, 2012

William Black talks about the recent Moody’s downgrades and how they make an impact on the presidential elections on Al


Damon A. Silvers
June 16, 2012

Damon Silvers talks about the benefits of public investments and alleviating the housing and student loans mess on CSPAN2, Ju

William Black
June 15, 2012

William Black discusses JP Morgan’s recent trading loss, bank regulation, and Jamie Dimon’s Senate Banking Commit


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Dark, lowering financial and economic clouds are, it seems, rolling in from every direction: the eurozone, the United States,

Celinda Lake
June 14, 2012

Celinda Lake and Ed Goeas discuss the issues that President Obama faces in order to win re-election at the Chatham House o


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Two years after passage of the Dodd- Frank financial reform law, how are we doing putting in place crucial provisions, includ

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On the “PBS NewsHour” in late May, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner indicated that the continued presence of Jamie Dim


Joseph E. Stiglitz
June 13, 2012

Joseph Stiglitz discusses the wealth divide in America, investors and speculation, bottom-to-top money flow, political power,

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Tom Ferguson
June 12, 2012

We all know that America’s cities and towns are in the throes of a deep financial crisis.

Jeffrey Sachs
June 11, 2012

Jeffrey Sachs discusses Spain’s banking crisis and how things are looking for the country on CNBC, June 11 2012.


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This month, Europe will either sink deeper into economic crisis, or drastically reverse course.

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Europe’s top politicians, led by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, seem determined to repeat the same mistakes over and over


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Nouriel Roubini
June 9, 2012

The crisis in 2006 was more of a problem of too much debt and leverage of the private sector – households, banks, financial

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Simon Johnson
May 31, 2012

“Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty,” by Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson, is a brilliant a


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Simon Johnson
May 24, 2012

There are two diametrically opposed views of how the largest financial companies in our economy operate.

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Dean Baker
May 23, 2012

It is way too early to tell whether Facebook shares will end up being a good buy, but the reaction to the initial public offe


Tom Ferguson
May 22, 2012

Tom Ferguson discusses the relationship between Senator Johnson, chair of the Senate Banking Committee, and JP Morgan on Rea

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Addiction counselors tell their clients, “We can’t help you until you admit you have a problem.


Simon Johnson
May 21, 2012

Simon Johnson discusses the conflict of interest posed by Jamie Dimon’s membership on the board of the New York Federal

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Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase, is a member of the board of the New York Federal Reserve Bank. Mr.


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In an interview on PBS NewsHour, US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner commented on JPMorgan Chase chairman, president and chief

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High quality global journalism requires investment.


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Gerard Caprio
May 18, 2012

Many are shocked by the $2 billion (oops! $3 billion and counting) trading loss at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.


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Simon Johnson
May 17, 2012

JPMorgan Chase is too big to fail. As the largest bank holding company in the United States, with assets approaching $2.


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I wrote in May 2009 on how hedge funds could squeeze a bank:

There were two dimensions to the cause of the current credit cr

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Whether or not Greece has to leave the eurozone, and whether or not a growth compact is added to the fiscal treaty, there i


Anne Simpson
May 15, 2012

Anne Simpson discusses Jamie Dimon’s chairmanship and stricter wall street regulation on CBS, May 15th, 2012.


William Black discsuses opaque derivatives, European debt and the global financial system on Democracy Now, May 15th, 2012.

Sony Kapoor discusses economic uncertainty in Greece and the Eurozone at large on BBC, May 15th, 2012.


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“If you have an opaque market, nobody knows what the problems in it might be,” Born said.

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Lynn A. Stout
May 14, 2012

Lynn Stout explains derivatives, hedging and the recent JP Morgan loss on NPR, May 14th, 2012.
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“The recent J.P. Morgan Chase debacle proves that financial markets do not self-regulate.

Simon Johnson discusses Jamie Dimon ,hedging and JP Morgan on Bloomberg Television, May 14th, 2012.


Michael Greenberger discusses recent JP Morgan losses and the lack of financial regulation on CBS, May 13th, 2012.

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Michael Greenberger, a former Wall Street regulator and current law professor, said it should come as little surprise that sm


Michael Greenberger discusses complex financial instruments, the Dodd-Frank act, and the recent JP Morgan financial loss on

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Experienced Wall Street executives and traders concede, in private, that Bank of America is not well run and that Citigroup h


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Frank Partnoy
May 10, 2012

“This is a crucial moment in the debate,” said Frank Partnoy, a professor of law and finance at the University of San Die

Simon Johnson discusses the Spanish government’s move to recapitalize Bankia SA on BNN, on May 10th, 2012.


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Almost exactly two years ago, at the height of the Senate debate on financial reform, a serious attempt was made to impose a

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The power suits making billions off the stock market are always trying to assure us that their trading serves a socially rede


Nouriel Roubini
May 9, 2012

Nouriel Roubini discusses the European monetary crisis and the probability of Euro zone break up on CNBC, May 9th, 2012.

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Sarah Anderson
May 8, 2012

The power suits making billions off the stock market are always trying to assure us that their trading serves a socially rede


Simon Johnson
May 2, 2012

Simon Johnson discusses the inherent danger of too big to fail banks on CSPAN2, May 2nd, 2012.

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Rashad Robinson
April 29, 2012

About half of all Americans, ranging from the working poor to the tenuous middle class, report living paycheck to paycheck.


Michael Greenberger
April 27, 2012

Michael Greenberger discusses the role of banks, hedge funds and private equity firms in the crude oil futures market on BNN

Lynn A. Stout
April 25, 2012

Lynn Stout discusses fundamental issues plaguing the financial system on WNET, April 25th, 2012.


Robert Shiller
April 24, 2012

Robert Shiller discusses the long term outlook for the real estate market on FBN, April 24th, 2012.

Robert Shiller discusses the slumping house market on Bloomberg Television, April 24th, 2012.


Anne Simpson
April 19, 2012

Anne Simpson discusses CALPERS decision to reject a recent CITI CEO compensation package on PBS, April 19th, 2012.

Simon Johnson
April 16, 2012

Simon Johnson discusses highly leveraged banks and the dangers to the financial system on CBC, April 16th, 2012.


Robert Shiller
April 15, 2012

Robert Shiller discusses innovating and updating finance to help improve economic mobility on CNN, April 15th, 2012.

Jim Chanos
April 12, 2012

Jim Chanos discusses the Federal Reserve and its impact on financial markets on CNBC, April 12th, 2012.


Robert Reich
April 11, 2012

Robert Reich discusses private equity’s role in Mitt Romney’s wealth and their broader impact on the economy.

Frank Partnoy
April 10, 2012

Frank Partnoy discusses complex financial instruments and the housing market on CNBC, April 10th, 2012.


William Black
April 2, 2012

Amy Goodman interviews William Black, a white-collar criminologist, former financial regulator, and author of “The Best Way t

Robert Shiller
April 1, 2012

Robert Shiller discusses the value of finance at Yale, April 1st, 2012


 William Black discusses derivatives and the shadow financial system on MSNBC, April 1st, 2012.

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A major new research report — released this weekend by the renowned international consulting firm, IMS — finds c


Bob Herbert
March 31, 2012

Bob Herbert discusses the recent spike in gas prices on CNN, March 31st, 2012.

Robert Shiller
March 26, 2012

 Robert Shiller discusses innovation and the financial system on Fox, March 26, 2012.


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In a recent article we wrote: “America today is very different from the country that fought the Revolutionary War and f

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Dean Baker
March 20, 2012

Tax cuts for corporations and the super-rich; budget cuts for Medicare and Medicaid – how cynical can the congressman be?
I


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L. Randall Wray
March 16, 2012

I suppose it is now safe to reveal that a staffer of Representative Marcy Kaptur put me on the trail of this fraud — in

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L. Randall Wray
March 15, 2012

Beginning in the late 1990s the biggest banks and government-sponsored enterprises created MERS (Mortgage Electronic Registra


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David Donnelly
March 14, 2012

This morning’s op-ed in the New York Times by Goldman Sachs exec (or should I say, ex-Goldman exec) Greg Smith is t

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Dean Baker
March 13, 2012

There should be little doubt that President Obama deserves credit for what recovery we are seeing, although he also must shar


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The recent BIS Quarterly Review article “European Bank Funding and Deleveraging” takes a stab at connecting all

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Sarah Anderson
March 6, 2012

By now, nurses in bright red scrubs are a familiar sight at rallies in Washington, D.C.


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Robert Shiller
February 25, 2012

You don’t have to be a genius to pick good investments. But does having a high I.Q.

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Timothy Canova
February 14, 2012

Timothy Canova discusses the failure of the private banking industry on the Labor Report, February 2012.


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Heather McGhee
February 9, 2012

The mortgage servicing deal reached today between a coalition of state attorneys general and five major Wall Street banks is

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Timothy Canova
February 3, 2012

Timothy Canova discusses derivative deregulation and its impact on the commodities market on Radio Building Bridges, Febr


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Timothy Canova discusses the rise in commodities prices, on Radio Building Bridges, February 3 2012.
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Eileen Appelbaum
February 2, 2012

A new working paper by Eileen Appelbaum of CEPR and Rosemary Batt of Cornell University pulls from a widely-cited body of res


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Rashad Robinson
January 25, 2012

I vividly remember my grandparents’ home, the notches on the wall that signified the growth of my mother, aunts and unc


Tamara Draut
January 23, 2012

Tamara discusses the state of the U.S. banking system and regulation on CNN, January 23 2012.

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Lynn A. Stout
January 5, 2012

Lynn Stout discussing the deregulation of the American financial system  at the Federalist Society, January 5 2012.


Sarah Anderson
January 3, 2012

Sarah Anderson discusses the economic benefit of a financial transaction tax on Real News, Janurary 3rd, 2012.

Simon Johnson
December 20, 2011

Simon discusses the European financial crisis and its relationship to the European banking system at the Peterson Institute


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Lynn A. Stout
December 15, 2011

Experts still debate what caused the credit crisis of 2008.

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An increasing share of the economy is organized around financial capitalism, where, in contrast to the past, capital market a


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Lynn A. Stout
December 12, 2011

Lynn Stout talking about shareholder’s rights and corporate governance at the UNSW, December 12 2011.

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Anne Simpson
December 11, 2011

Rethinking “Responsible Investment” in the wake of the finan-cial crisis is a daunting theme, and one best accomplished w


Lynn E. Turner
December 7, 2011

Lynn Turner highlights the ill advised loans by banks, and discusses the need for Wall Street accountability on New Economic

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Michael Greenberger
December 6, 2011

It is now accepted wisdom that it was the non-transparent, poorly capitalized and almost wholly unregulated over-the-counter


Dean Baker
December 5, 2011

Dean Baker discusses the financial transaction tax and the cozy relationship between Wall Street and Washington on RT Americ

Lynn A. Stout
December 4, 2011

Lynn discusses the harmful impact of corporations on modern economic finance at UNSW, December 4 2011.


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John Schmitt
December 1, 2011

John Schmitt discusses the implications for the Federal Reserve’s involvement in the Eurozone on the Rick Smith Show, D

Nomi Prins
November 29, 2011

Nomi Prins discusses derivatives and investment banks on RTAmerica, 29 Nov 2011.


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Perry Mehrling
November 23, 2011

Europe is embarked on a grand experiment, managing modern financial crisis without a dealer of last resort, so refusing to fo

Nomi Prins
November 10, 2011

Nomi Prins discusses foreclosures and profits of investment banks on MSNBC, November 10 2011.


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Jan Kregel
November 9, 2011

In the context of the eurozone’s sovereign debt crisis and the US subprime mortgage crisis, Senior Scholar Jan Kregel looks

Tamara Draut
November 3, 2011

Tamara Draut discusses the Greek economy, unemployment, and the “welfare state” on Fox, November 3 2011.


Simon Johnson
October 27, 2011

Simon discusses the possibility of insurance companies and hedge funds becoming too big to fail at INET, October 27 2011.

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Sarah Anderson
October 26, 2011

Bank of America had impeccable timing when it decided recently to charge a $5 monthly fee for the privilege of using its debi


Robert Shiller
October 25, 2011

Robert Shiller talking about the “housing market” at S&P, October 25 2011.

Alan S. Blinder
October 20, 2011

Alan Blinder discusses financial markets and the economic impact of the Federal Reserve on Bloomberg, October 20 2011.


Dean Baker
October 19, 2011

Dean Baker discusses the precarious position of the Obama administration with the advent of Occupy Wall Street on Keith Olbe

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Michael Greenberger
October 17, 2011

Michael Greenberger discusses national security and economic reform on WYPR, October 17 2011.
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Steve Fraser
October 13, 2011

Occupy Wall Street, the ongoing demonstration-cum-sleep-in that began a month ago not far from the New York Stock Exchange an

Jim Chanos
October 11, 2011

Jim discusses the state of the Chinese banking system on Bloomberg Television, October 11 2011.


Arjun Jayadev
October 10, 2011

Arjun Jayadev discusses the fed, banks, and the state of the financial system at Occupy Boston Economics Forum, October 10 2

Brenda Wright
September 24, 2011

Brenda Wright discusses whether calling an Article V convention would help  to reform campaign finance at the Constitutional


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Walker F. Todd
September 22, 2011

Walker Todd discusses the state of the global economy on Gary Goldberg Financial Services, September 22 2011.

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Robert Borosage
September 21, 2011

On October 3 activists from across the country will gather in Washington at the Take Back the American Dream conference, in t


Jim Chanos
September 20, 2011

Jim discusses European short selling, Chinese debt, and investments on Bloomberg Television, September 20 2011.

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L. Randall Wray
September 15, 2011

Randall Wray discusses Wall Street and the Stock Market on KPFK, September 15 2011.
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Diane Coyle
September 12, 2011

Diane Coyle discusses the realities of contemporary markets at the Future Prosperity Panel, September 12 2011.

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Sarah Anderson
August 31, 2011

Guns don’t kill people, the old saw goes. People do.
By the same token, corporations don’t dodge taxes.


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A new study looks at the worst executive excesses–while Congress continues to help CEOs hide their outrageous pay rates

Michael Greenberger
August 29, 2011

Michael Greenberger discusses public policy, commodities trading, and economic bubbles on RT, August 29 2011.


Robert Shiller
August 26, 2011

Robert Shiller talking about the “tech and housing bubbles” on Wealth Track, August 26 2011.

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Frank Partnoy
August 17, 2011

Frank Partnoy discusses Credit Downgrade and National Debt on NPR, August 17 2011.
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Naomi Klein
August 16, 2011

I keep hearing comparisons between the London riots and riots in other European cities—window smashing in Athens or car bon

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Alexander Keyssar
August 11, 2011

Despite all the recent talk of “grand bargains,” little attention has been paid to the unraveling of a truly grand bargai


James K. Galbraith
August 9, 2011

James discusses the S& P downgrade’s relationship to the financial markets on the Real News Network, August 9 2011.

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Michael Greenberger
August 8, 2011

Michael Greenberger discusses the recent credit downgrades  on Dan Rodricks, August 8 2011.
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