The Global Financial Crisis

Raghuram Rajan Opinion Spotlight

Bankers Have Been Sold Short By Market Distortions

By Raghuram Rajan

Issue 72 - June 9, 2010 - Bankers must be heaving a sigh of relief as the shenanigans of the offshore drilling industry have pushed them to the edge of the radar screen of those targeting corporate greed. But it is unlikely their respite will be for long. Inquiries under way are bound to unearth more instances of ethically, and even legally, challenged bankers.
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Voices of Chicago Booth

Voice of Chicago Booth
at Heart of Economic Debate

Questions about the true gravity of the global financial crisis and the implications of the government's actions - both taken and proposed - have been the topic of much debate. Searching for answers, media sources from around the world have looked to members of the Chicago Booth faculty for an explanation of the latest developments on Wall Street.

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Ray Ball
Sidney Davidson Professor of Accounting
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Brian Barry
Clinical Associate Professor of Economics
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Randall Kroszner
Norman R. Bobins Professor of Economics
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Christian Leuz
Joseph Sondheimer Professor of International Economics, Finance, and Accounting
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Atif Mian
Associate Professor of Finance
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Joseph D. Rauh
Associate Professor of Finance and the Charles M. Harper Faculty
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Richard H. Thaler
Ralph and Dorothy Keller Distinguished Service Professor of Behavioral Science and Economics
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Francisco Trebbi
Assistant Professor of Economics
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Last Updated 6/21/10