Posts filed under “Bailouts”

Professor Stiglitz’ on “Financial Alchemy”

Professor Stiglitz’ explanation of the
"financial alchemy" responsible for the collapse of Lehman Brothers: "The Fall of Lehman Brothers"

Professor Stiglitz then addressed the question of whether Lehman’s executives should have to answer for their decisions:  "Should We Hold Lehman’s Executives Accountable?"

Stiglitz also looked beyond the headlines, drawing attention to the less visible factors influencing America’s economy: "How Foreign Governments are Buying America"

Category: Bailouts, Economy, Video

Professor Stiglitz’ on “Financial Alchemy”

Professor Stiglitz’ explanation of the
"financial alchemy" responsible for the collapse of Lehman Brothers: "The Fall of Lehman Brothers"

Professor Stiglitz then addressed the question of whether Lehman’s executives should have to answer for their decisions:  "Should We Hold Lehman’s Executives Accountable?"

Stiglitz also looked beyond the headlines, drawing attention to the less visible factors influencing America’s economy: "How Foreign Governments are Buying America"



See also:
How to prevent the next Wall Street crisis   
Joseph E. Stiglitz
9:19 a.m. EDT, Wed September 17, 2008
http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/09/17/stiglitz.crisis/index.html

Category: Bailouts, Economy, Video

Take A Number

Category: Bailouts, Taxes and Policy

Layman’s Explanation of AIG vs Bear vs Lehmann

Category: Bailouts, Derivatives, Media, Psychology, Taxes and Policy

Layman’s Explanation of AIG vs Bear vs Lehmann

Category: Bailouts, Derivatives, Media, Psychology, Taxes and Policy

Video: The Lessons of Bear Stearns

Category: Bailouts, Media

Bailout Nation, Soviet Style: Russian Trading Halt

Category: Bailouts, Taxes and Policy, Trading, War/Defense

AIG Bailout: $85B in Loans, 80% AIG Taxpayer Owned

Category: Bailouts, Federal Reserve, Taxes and Policy

Fed News Flow & Wrap Up

Category: Bailouts, Federal Reserve, Psychology

US Considering AIG “Conservatorship”

Bloomberg: Excerpt: The U.S. Treasury is considering taking over American International Group Inc. under a conservatorship as one option to address the insurer’s crisis, according to two people briefed on the discussions. Executives from AIG, bankers and Treasury and Federal Reserve officials are meeting today on the company’s situation at the New York Fed. A…Read More

Category: Bailouts, Federal Reserve, Taxes and Policy