Click here to read James K. Galbraith’s piece on the causes of the crisis.
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UMKC Economists’ Policy Response
The following is a dynamic listing of the latest views and news from UMKC Economics Department Faculty regarding the crisis.
Professor Media Source
UMKC economists offer their insights on the current financial crisis, its causes and solutions. Their current views can be found here.
L. Randall Wray, Ph.D. is Professor of Economics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Research Director with the Center for Full Employment and Price Stability and Senior Research Scholar at The Levy Economics Institute. His research expertise is in: financial instability, macroeconomics, and full employment policy.
Jan Kregel, Ph.D. is Distinguished Visiting Research Professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, former United Nations Financial Expert, and Research Director at The Levy Economics Institute. He worked as a high-level expert at the United Nations, and he is a Life Fellow of the Royal Economics Society. His areas of expertise are: international finance, trade and development, decision-making under uncertainty and Post-Keynesian economics.
Federal Government Data
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Office of Management and Budget
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Regional Economic Information Network (REIN)
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Central Bank Websites
Monetary & Financial Stability
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York timelines,”Timelines of Policy Responses to the Global Financial Crisis“, have links to press releases, news stories, and data.