Have We Failed as Financial Educators?

in MediaWatch, Risk Management, Video
March 17th, 2010

In this series of video clips, Senior Associate Dean Mike Lawson and faculty colleagues Don Smith and Mark Williams from the Finance Department at the School of Management, and Con Hurley, Director of the Morin Center at the School of Law, discuss the financial crisis in mid-January 2009.  They reflect on the need for better regulation, improved business school education, and more explicit communication to financial services consumers.

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  1. Looking Back: Fall 2008
  2. Waiting for Stabilization
  3. Have We Failed as Financial Educators? (above)
  4. Sunlight is the Best Disinfectant
  5. Predictions

 

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