Click here to watch my appearance yesterday on Bloomberg TV.
Here’s a video of my appearance yesterday on Bloomberg’s “Bottom Line” program with Mark Crumpton. We discussed some of the problems with the federal pension system.
Jim Glassman asks Bob Pozen: Now that the U.S. financial system has come “back from the brink,” what more should be done to re-structure our banking system?
This is the first ten minutes of the speech, see the full speech.
The Center for Financial Policyat the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business hosted a speech by Robert Pozen to discuss his book, Too Big to Save? How to Fix the U.S. Financial System, tracing the causes of the current financial crisis and actions taken to respond to it as well as exploring what lessons can be learned to avoid future crises.
Robert Pozen looks at the causes of the 2008 financial collapse and says that the financial system needs to be reformed so that we don’t see a repeat down the road. He argues for changing the incentive system on Wall Street and calls for strengthening the government regulation of financial markets. (1 hours, 9 minutes)
Interview by Tom Hudson. Author Robert Pozen Addresses How to Fix The System.
Join members of the Financial Markets Working Group in this open discussion with Robert Pozen, Chairman of MFS Investment Management and senior lecturer at Harvard Business School. Robert will talk about the crisis, the policy implications, and prospects for reform. He will cull several recommendations for policymakers from his latest book Too Big to Save? How to Fix the U.S. Financial System due out Nov. 9th from Wiley Publishing.
Bob Pozen of Harvard Business School discusses controversial accounting rules and where we should go from here.