Harnessing the Power of Financial Markets for the Public Good




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The Financial Policy Forum and the Derivatives Study Center were created to improve the public policy debate over financial and economic policy by conducting research into financial markets, their impact on the economy and the proper level of regulation and taxation of those markets.


The Financial Policy Forum is a research project for the study of financial markets, financial market regulation and macroeconomic policy.  This policy research will take the form of full length Special Policy Reports, shorter Special Policy Briefs and basic Primers. The Forum also will hold conferences and provide speakers and training to policy makers, the media and other conferences and meetings.








Recent writings on the financial crisis

Several articles written for the International Monetary Fund's Finance & Development, plus several additional primers, notes and manuscripts on the crisis.


Recently uploaded policy research from Democratic Study Group

Several articles from the DSG from 1991 to 1993.


Corporate Governance and Financial Market Regulation

A syllabus and reading material for an aptly named course.

Curriculum: Financing for Development

A syllabus and reading material for a course designed to teach the economic policy discussion that supports the United Nation's Financing for Development effort.






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Last updated: April 20, 2011