Publications on Dodd-Frank

Institute for New Economic Thinking Paper by Michael Greenberger entitled Too Big to Fail Banks Regulatory Alchemy: Converting an Obscure Agency Footnote into an "At Will" Nulification of Dodd-Frank's Regulation of the Multi-Trillion Dollar Financial Swaps Market, (June, 2018), available here.

Michael Greenberger, Too Big to Fail Banks Regulatory Alchemy: Converting an Obscure Agency Footnote into an “At Will” Nullification of Dodd-Frank’s Regulation of the Multi-Trillion Dollar Financial Swaps Market, The Institute for New Economic Thinking (Jun. 19, 2018), https://www.ineteconomics.org/uploads/papers/WP_74.pdf.

Law Review Paper by Michael Greenberger entitled Closing Wall Street's Commodity and Swaps Betting Parlors: Legal Remedies to 
Combat Needlessly Gambling up the Price of Crude Oil Beyond What Market Fundamentals Dictate, (April, 2013), available here.

Michael Greenberger, Closing Wall Street's Commodity and Swaps Betting Parlors: Legal Remedies to Combat Needlessly Gambling up the Price of Crude Oil Beyond What Market Fundamentals Dictate, 83 Geo. Wash. Int'l L. Rev. 707 (2013).

 

Derivatives in the Crisis and Financial Reform, in THE HANDBOOK OF THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF FINANCIAL CRISES, Oxford University Handbook (Gerald Epstein & Martin Wolfson eds., February, 2013), available for download here.

 

Data Points included in Michael Greenberger's presentation entitled Excessive Speculation in Oil and Agricultural Commodities (March 22, 2012), available here.

 

Law Review Paper by Michael Greenberger entitled The Extraterritorial Application of the Dodd-Frank Act Protects U.S. Taxpayers from Worldwide Bailouts (March 20, 2012), available here.

Michael Greenberger, The Extraterritorial Application of the Dodd-Frank Act Protects U.S. Taxpayers from Worldwide Bailouts, 80 U. Mo. Kan. 1 (2012).

 

Comment by Michael Greenberger in Bloomberg entitled Volcker Rule Attracts Critics Across Industries While Banks Prepare for Implementation (February 24, 2012), available here.

 

Law Review Paper by Michael Greenberger entitled Diversifying Clearinghouse Ownership In Order to Safeguard Free and Open 
Access to the Derivatives Clearing Market (February 13, 2012), available here.

Michael Greenberger, Diversifying Clearinghouse Ownership In Order to Safeguard Free and Open Access to the Derivatives Clearing Market, 18 Fordham J. Corp. & Fin. L. 245 (2012).

 

Article by Michael Greenberger and Michael Vesely in Commodity Insights Yearbook 2011 entitled Evolving Contours of Global 
Regulatory Regimes to Govern Derivatives (2011), available here.

Michael Greenberger & Michael Vesely, Re-Writing the Rules of the Game: Evolving Contours of Global Regulatory Regimes to Govern Derivatives, Commodity Insights Yearbook, Apr. 2011, at 44.

 

Comment by Michael Greenberger in Bloomberg entitled Commodity Swap Position Limit Rule May Help Return Price-Risk Management 
(October 28, 2011), available here.

 

Derivatives in the Crisis and Financial Reform, in THE POLITICAL (Gerald Epstein & Martin Wolfson eds., 2011), available here.

Michael Greenberger, Derivatives in the Crisis and Financial Reform, The Political (Septemeber 2011), http://www.michaelgreenberger.com/files/Professor_Greenberger_Oxford_New_Intro.pdf.

 

Is Our Economy Safe? A Proposal for Assessing the Success of Swaps Regulation under the Dodd-Frank Act, in THE FUTURE OF FINANCIAL REFORM: WILL IT WORK? HOW WILL WE KNOW? (Roosevelt Institute 2010), available here.

Greenberger, Michael, Is Our Economy Safe? A Proposal for Assessing the Success of Swaps Regulation under the Dodd-Frank Act, Digital Commons (Oct. 2010), https://digitalcommons.law.umaryland.edu/fac_pubs/997.

 

Out of the Black Hole: Reining in the Reckless Market in Over-the-Counter Derivatives, AMERICAN PROSPECT (2010), available here.

Michael Greenberger, Out of the Black Hole: Reining in the Reckless Market in Over-the-Counter Derivatives, The American Prospect (2010), http://works.bepress.com/michael_greenberger/37/.

 

The Relationship of Unregulated Excessive Speculation to Oil Market Price Volatility, in REPORT OF THE EXPERT GROUP AS CONVENED 
BY THE 2008 AD-HOC ENERGY MINISTERS MEETINGS HELD IN JEDDAH AND LONDON 124 (International Energy Forum, Jan. 16, 
2010), available here.

Michael Greenberger, The Relationship of Unregulated Excessive Speculation to Oil Market Price Volatility, International Energy Forum (Jan 16, 2010), http://www.michaelgreenberger.com/files/IEF-Greenberger-AppendixVII.pdf.

 

Out of the Black Hole: Regulatory Reform of the Over-the-Counter Derivatives Market, in MAKE MARKETS BE MARKETS 99 (Roosevelt 
Institute 2010), available here.

Michael Greenberger, Out of the Black Hole: Regulatory Reform of the Over-the-Counter Derivatives Market, The American Prospect (2010), https://digitalcommons.law.umaryland.edu/fac_pubs/998.

Francis King Carey School of Law

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