Duke Faculty associated with the Global Capital Markets Center have been actively involved in addressing the current financial crisis. Here are just some of their scholarship and other activities:
Panel Discussion, The Causes, Cures and Future of the Credit Crisis, at The Institutional Investors’ Forum, New York City, October 24, 2008
Panel Discussion, The Subprime Market Crisis, Duke University, October 1, 2008
Panel Discussion, What’s Going on in Financial Markets, School of Law, Duke University, September 25, 2008
- Professor Cox has also been widely quoted in the national media.
- "Toward Better Financial Regulation," findings of The Aspen Institute Center for Business Education, June 2009
Testimony before the Committee on Financial Services of the U.S. House of Representatives
Panel Discussion, Amidst the Panic: Assessing Risk in a Reshaping Financial System, Duke University Financial Partners, New York City, November 4, 2008.
Professor Schwarcz also has authored the following articles and works-in-progress on the financial crisis and systemic risk:
- “Systemic Risk,” 97 Georgetown Law Journal 193 (Nov. 2008)
- “Protecting Financial Markets: Lessons from the Subprime Mortgage Meltdown,” forthcoming 93 Minnesota L. Rev., issue no. 2 (2008)
- “Disclosure’s Failure in the Subprime Mortgage Crisis,”forthcoming Utah. L. Rev. 2008-09 (symposium issue on the subprime mortgage meltdown)
“Understanding the ‘Subprime’ Financial Crisis,” forthcoming S. C. L. Rev. (2009) (keynote address, law review symposium)
“The Future of Securitization,”a forthcoming 41 Conn. L. Rev., Issue No. 4 (2009) (symposium issue on “The Subprime Crisis: Going Forward”)
- “Complexity as a Catalyst of Market Failure: A Law and Engineering Inquiry,” work-in-progress
- Professor Brown is teaching a course on “Legal, Accounting & Business Responses to the Subprime Crisis”.