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Inequality and Global Financial Regulation

Speaker: Joseph E. Stiglitz, Professor of International Affairs, Columbia University
Presider: Terra Lawson-Remer, Fellow for Civil Society, Markets, and Democracy; Council on Foreign Relations
April 23, 2013

Nobel Laureate economist Joseph Stiglitz discusses how the lack of financial regulation creates market instability which results in inequality, and addresses ways to strengthen both the U.S. and international economy, to prevent further collapse.


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