CFTC Talks EP022: Harvard Law Prof. Hal Scott

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This week on CFTC Talks, we bring on Harvard Law Prof. Hal Scott, author of  “Connectedness and Contagion.” We cover the 2008 financial crisis, what happened and what regulation has done since.  Has regulation made the US financial system safer and at what cost? What is the future direction for fin reg?  We cover it all and what it was like to work at the Supreme Court when US v. Nixon was happening!

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I'm Andy Busch

If things feel crazy in the world today, that's because they are. We are seeing huge shifts in risk and reward, leading to a lot of economic uncertainty and confusion about where we go from here.

As an economic futurist, I do things a bit differently than your typical economist — going beyond analyzing how today's financial policies impact economic growth, to focus on the super-charged trends driving much of today's global chaos and change.

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