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Financial Innovation : a Risky Business?

Author: Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm); Films Media Group.; Trustees of Columbia University.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2013], ©2012.
Edition/Format:   eVideo : Clipart/images/graphics : English
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Using a dynamic discussion approach in which a moderator poses hypothetical scenarios to a panel of experts, this program addresses hard questions that face the financial services industry and its widely touted "culture of innovation." Columbia Law School Professor Robert J. Jackson, who advised senior U.S. Treasury officials during the 2008 financial crisis, leads the discussion. He elicits thoughtful and often  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Videorecording
Educational films
Internet videos
Additional Physical Format: Originally produced:
Trustees of Columbia University, 2012
Material Type: Clipart/images/graphics, Internet resource, Videorecording
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm); Films Media Group.; Trustees of Columbia University.
OCLC Number: 872343784
Notes: Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on August 31, 2013.
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
Title from distributor's description.
Target Audience: 6 & up.
Description: 1 online resource (1 video file (64 min.)) : sd., color
Contents: Hedge Fund Hypothetical (2:05) --
Hedge Fund Hypothetical Responses (3:11) --
Information Asymmetries (3:25) --
Pension Shortfall Hypothetical (3:05) --
Imposing Risk on Pensioners (2:28) --
Percentage Based Fee Hypothetical (3:25) --
Incentive Structures (2:18) --
Risk Free Investment (2:19) --
Employee Incentive and Compensation (3:58) --
Proposed Pay Plan Hypothetical (3:42) --
Bank Failure Affects Commercial Infrastructure (2:48) --
Freedom to Fail (3:20) --
Dodd-Frank Act (2:58) --
Public Understanding of Dodd-Frank Act (2:55) --
Overview of Dodd-Frank Act (1:43) --
Too Big To Fail (2:26) --
Safe Way to Fail (2:24) --
Common Sense Rules and Transparency (2:31) --
Responsibility to Educate, Reform, and Repay (3:46) --
Credits: Financial Innovation: A Risky Business? (0:53) --
Need for Varied Perspective (2:16) --
Career Satisfaction in Financial Industry (1:52) --
Institutional Support (1:58) --
Financial Innovation (2:45) --
Regulation of Financial Service Industry (2:14) --
Rules Governing Compensation (2:12) --
Open Market Subject to Regulation (2:25) --
Challenge of Regulation (2:06) --
Vulcar Rule (4:48) --
What Does Failure Mean? (4:53) --
Importance of Financial Intermediaries (1:56).
Other Titles: Risky Business?
Responsibility: Trustees of Columbia University.

Abstract:

Using a dynamic discussion approach in which a moderator poses hypothetical scenarios to a panel of experts, this program addresses hard questions that face the financial services industry and its widely touted "culture of innovation." Columbia Law School Professor Robert J. Jackson, who advised senior U.S. Treasury officials during the 2008 financial crisis, leads the discussion. He elicits thoughtful and often surprising answers from the participants, who include Nobel-winning economist Robert Solow, former Congressman Barney Frank (D-MA), journalist Andrew Ross Sorkin (author of Too Big to Fail), and Bloomberg columnist Caroline Baum. Also featured are Blythe Masters, head of global commodities at JPMorgan Chase; Ed Conard, former managing director at Bain Capital; and Gary Gensler, chairman of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission. A lively and in-depth exchange of ideas, the forum examines both the perils of pushing the financial envelope and the potential benefits of new financial tools. Includes bonus interview footage with Lew Kaden, former Vice Chairman of Citigroup.

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