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Monetary Policies Misunderstood” CFS Special Counselor and Johns Hopkins Professor quotes CFS DM4 data in his analysis for Globe Asia magazine (May, 2016).

Will Clinton's Shadow Banking Plan do More Harm that Good?” Ian McKendry of American Banker quotes Lawrence Goodman (April 6, 2016).

Focusing on Bank Size, Missing the Real Problem” Randal Quarles and Lawrence Goodman offer constructive solutions to recent calls for arbitrarily breaking up “Too Big to Fail” banks and irreparably damaging the economy in an op-ed published by The Wall Street Journal (April 1, 2016).

Banks Reach for 'Renewable' Financing to Satisfy Long-Term Funding Rules” Bloomberg's Liz McCormick and Tracy Alloway quote Bruce Tuckman, CFS Senior Fellow and New York University Professor (March 10, 2016).

Inside the Fed's 'D-Day' War Games for Breach of U.S. Debt” Bloomberg's Andrew Mayeda quotes Lawrence Goodman, CFS President ( February 1, 2016).

Biggest Danger is bank bashing” CFS Special Counselor and Johns Hopkins Professor, quotes our DM4 data in his analysis for the Official Monetary and Financial Institution Forum (January, 2016).

China Radio International (CRI) interviews Steve Hanke about Fed rate increase” Steve Hanke, CFS special counselor and Johns Hopkins professor, uses CFS data in his analysis (December 17, 2015).

Trump’s Right on Hacking, Wrong on Yuan”, The Wall Street Journal published a letter by Lawrence Goodman and Kevin Brock (November 16, 2015).

Five things to watch for as the Federal Reserve makes its rate hike decisionLos Angeles Times writer James Puzzanghera quotes Lawrence Goodman (September 17, 2015).

The Fed is at risk of repeating one of the biggest mistakes in the history of the US economy” Business Insider's Mike Bird includes CFS Divisia monetary statistics in his analysis (August 21, 2015).

First try at European money union didn’t work either” Reuters' Renuka Rayasam quotes Charles Goodhart, CFS Advisory Board member (August 11, 2015).

Shadow Casting” Maha Khan Phillips of CFA Institute Magazine quotes Lawrence Goodman and CFS data (July/August 2015).

CFS’s Goodman on Fed’s Need to Change Market Liquidity (Audio)” Lawrence Goodman on Taking Stock with Michael McKee and Kathleen Hays. (Jul 21, 2015)

Fixing the Fed's Liquidity Mess” Lawrence Goodman and Stephen Dizard discuss solutions to ensure the U.S. bond market remains the deepest and most liquid in the world in The Wall Street Journal op-ed. (July 21, 2015).

Doctor Honoris Causa of Varna Free University 'Chernorizets Hrabar'” Steve Hanke, CFS special counselor and Johns Hopkins professor, is awarded with the honorary title of “Chernorizets Hrabar”. (May 8, 2015)

Bitcoin Needs Smart and Safe Regulation” Lawrence Goodman discusses in Roll Call how the advent of virtual money may be another ground-breaking chapter in the history of finance, yet operations outside regulatory bounds pose risks (May 1, 2015).

The Wall Street Minded Professor” Steve Hanke, CFS special counselor and Johns Hopkins professor, is featured in Bloomberg Markets by Anthony Effinger as the professor that “can guarantee you a job in finance” (April 21, 2015).

Fed Focuses on Shadow Banking as It Gauges Financial Risk” Bloomberg's Christopher Condon and Ian Katz quote Lawrence Goodman. This article was also reprinted in the Chicago Tribune and referenced on Bloomberg Radio. (March 27, 2015).

This number may predict the stock market bubble” MarketWatch's David Weidner cites CFS's research on shadow banking (March 24, 2015).

Shadow Banking System Shows Signs of Stabilizing After Collapse” Bloomberg's Liz McCormick quotes Lawrence Goodman (March 23, 2015).

Shadow -Credit Rise is Good Sign” Michael J. Casey, senior columnist at The Wall Street Journal, cites CFS data (March 22, 2015).

Greenback's mystery nanosecond move” CNBC Chief International Correspondent Michelle Caruso-Cabrera cites CFS research as explanation for currency market spikes (March 19, 2015).

Bond Traders Stymied by Gridlock Turn to Swaps: Credit Markets” Bloomberg's Alastair Marsh quotes Lawrence Goodman (March 4, 2015).

Shadow Banking Shrinks to Least Since 2000 as Liquidity Declines” Bloomberg's Liz McCormick quotes Lawrence Goodman (February 27, 2015).

Swiss Move Shows Central Bank Can’t Operate in IsolationThe Wall Street Journal's Michael Casey quotes Lawrence Goodman (January 15, 2015).

Yellen Gears Up for First Rate Increase Since 2006” Bloomberg’s Craig Torres quotes Lawrence Goodman (January 15, 2015).

Fed Bubble Bursts in $550 Billion of Energy Debt: Credit Markets” Bloomberg’s Christine Idzelis and Craig Torres quote Lawrence Goodman (December 11, 2014).

The TTalk Quotes on the Rise of the Chinese Currency” Bretton Woods 2014 attendee Vicki Schmelzer of MNI News references conference discussions on international reserve currencies and yuan internationalization (December 4, 2014).

Former US Treasury Official Warns of 'Backdoor Currency War'” Lawrence Goodman says that easy monetary policies at the largest central banks have pushed the world into a “backdoor currency war” as quoted by Sarah Krouse in Financial News (December 4, 2014).

Asset Bubbles Are Top Concern for Heartland's Central Banker” Lawrence Goodman comments on the increased focus on financial stability by the Fed in a Bloomberg article by Steve Matthews (November 14, 2014).

Unintended Consequences of LOLR Facilities: The Case of Illiquid Leverage” Bruce Tuckman, CFS Senior Fellow, discusses several mechanisms to address this issue in the IMF Economic Review (2014).

Macro, Money Supply, and Other Issues” Steve H. Hanke references CFS Divisia monetary statistics in his interview on HedgeEye's Real Conversations (October 16, 2014).

Bloomberg Radio Interview with Lawrence Goodman” Kathleen Hays and Vonnie Quinn of The Hays Advantage interviewed Lawrence Goodman regarding insights from Bretton Woods 2014 on topics such as rules versus discretion, system imbalances, and sovereign restructurings (September 10, 2014).

Reassessing Bretton Woods, and the Supremacy of the Dollar” New Hampshire’s Valley News correspondent, Tom Blinkhorn, writes about Bretton Woods 2014: The Founders and the Future (September 7, 2014).

Dollar Still Premier Reserve Currency, For Now” Vicki Schmelzer of MNI News covers sessions on the international monetary system and reserve currencies at Bretton Woods 2014: The Founders and the Future (September 5, 2014).

I.M.F. Considers Rules to Force Bondholders to Share Cost of RestructuringThe New York Times’ Landon Thomas Jr. covers the future of sovereign debt restructuring session at Bretton Woods 2014: The Founders and the Future (September 4, 2014).

Ex-BOE’s Tucker Says Bank Regulation Susceptible to Arbitrage” Rachel Evans of Bloomberg on Paul Tucker’s remarks at Bretton Woods 2014: The Founders and the Future (September 4, 2014).

U.S. Should Expand Role with World Bank, Former Official Says” Rachel Evans of Bloomberg on Nancy Birdsall’s comments at Bretton Woods 2014: The Founders and the Future (September 4, 2014).

Bloomberg Radio Interview with Nick Sargen” Vonnie Quinn, co-host of The Hays Advantage, interviewed Bretton Woods 2014: The Founders and the Future conference delegate Nick Sargen, chief economist and senior investment advisor at Fort Washington Investment Advisors (September 4, 2014).

Bloomberg Radio Interview with Jack Malvey” Vonnie Quinn, co-host of The Hays Advantage, interviewed Bretton Woods 2014: The Founders and the Future conference delegate Jack Malvey, Chief Global Markets Strategist and Director of the BNY Mellon Center for Global Investment and Market Intelligence for BNY Mellon Investment Management (September 4, 2014).

Bloomberg Radio Interview with Otmar Issing” Vonnie Quinn, co-host of The Hays Advantage, interviewed Bretton Woods 2014: The Founders and the Future conference delegate Otmar Issing, president of the Center for Financial Studies and former member of the executive board of the European Central Bank (September 4, 2014).

Bloomberg Radio Interview with Yongding Yu” Vonnie Quinn, co-host of The Hays Advantage, interviewed Bretton Woods 2014: The Founders and the Future conference delegate Yongding Yu, academician of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and former member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the People’s Bank of China (September 4, 2014).

From Bretton Woods, Calls for Global Monetary Stability” Bloomberg’s Rachel Evans writes about opening remarks by Otmar Issing and John B. Taylor from Bretton Woods 2014: The Founders and the Future (September 3, 2014).

What the World Needs Now Is NICE Monetary Policy, John Taylor Says” Josh Zumbrun of The Wall Street Journal discusses opening remarks from Bretton Woods 2014: The Founders and the Future (September 3, 2014).

Argentine Economist Says Bond Holdouts Should Be Paid” Landon Thomas Jr. of The New York Times attends Domingo Cavallo’s session at Bretton Woods 2014: The Founders and the Future (September 3, 2014).

Yen to Weaken After Pension Fund Reforms, Panel Adviser Ito Says” Rachel Evans of Bloomberg on Takatoshi Ito’s remarks from Bretton Woods 2014: The Founders and the Future (September 3, 2014).

The Secret Life of Marriner EcclesThe Wall Street Journal’s Josh Zumbrun attends address by Spencer F. Eccles at Bretton Woods 2014: The Founders and the Future (September 3, 2014).

Ex-FDIC Chief Bair Criticizes Bank Rules for Adding Complexity” Rachel Evans of Bloomberg highlights Sheila Bair’s comments at Bretton Woods 2014: The Founders and the Future (September 3, 2014).

Bloomberg Radio Interview with Bill Rhodes” Vonnie Quinn, co-host of The Hays Advantage, interviewed Bretton Woods 2014: The Founders and the Future conference delegate Bill Rhodes, CEO and president of William R. Rhodes Global Advisors (September 3, 2014).

A Bretton Woods Now Would Be Impossible” In a letter to the editor published in The Wall Street Journal, Lawrence Goodman notes that leaders would benefit from pulling a page from the Bretton Woods playbook to think more strategically about the long term (August 7, 2014).

Fed's Junk Loan Bubble Busting Seen Failing as Sales Jump” Lawrence Goodman comments on monetary policy and regulatory challenges in this article by Bloomberg’s Craig Torres and Kristen Haunss (July 21, 2014).

Remarks on Money: How the Destruction of the Dollar Threatens the Global Economy — and What We Can Do about It by Steve Forbes and Elizabeth Ames” Johns Hopkins University Professor Steve Hanke discusses CFS Divisia money (1:11 minutes into the program) with Steve Forbes upon the release of Forbes’ and Ames' new book (June 19, 2014).

Lessons from the Summer of 1944” Through the lens of the “what,” “who,” and “why,” it is clear that Bretton Woods presents vital lessons for today, writes Lawrence Goodman in Forbes (June 6, 2014).

US Money Slump Flashes Warnings As Economy Contracts” CFS Director William A. Barnett is quoted and CFS Divisia numbers are referenced in this article by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard of The Telegraph (May 29, 2014).

Assault on the Chilean Miracle” CFS Advisory Board member and former Chilean Finance Minister Eduardo Aninat comments on proposed policies in The Wall Street Journal (May 4, 2014).

Memo to Michael Lewis: The Excesses of High-Speed Trading Are a Direct Result of SEC Micromanagement” In a Forbes op-ed, CFS Senior Fellow Brad Bondi traces high frequency trading problems to the adoption of Regulation NMS by the SEC (April 29, 2014).

Steven Hanke Interview on Bloomberg Surveillance Johns Hopkins Professor Steve Hanke utilizes CFS Divisia M4 to analyze money in both the traditional and shadow banking system (April 4, 2014).

Fed Needs to Speed Up Taper, Smooth Out Distortions Lawrence Goodman highlights the need for a reversal of easy money and protective steps for central banks in Forbes (March 19, 2014).

‘Dog-Eared’ Debt and the IMF’s Sovereign Restructuring Ideas Lawrence Goodman is quoted in an article by Daniel Bases in Reuters (January 31, 2014).

Don't Regulate Asset Managers as If They Were Banks CFS Advisory Board Member Randal Quarles encourages a thoughtful approach to regulating asset managers in The Wall Street Journal (December 16, 2013).

Beware the curse of the new Fed chair? Lawrence Goodman comments on the market's reaction to the new Fed Chair (December 4, 2013).

Fed Bubble Agonistes Persists as Zero Rates Prompt Debate Lawrence Goodman comments on the financial stability mandate of central bank policy in this article by Bloomberg’s Craig Torres and Caroline Salas Gage (October 28, 2013).

Don’t Judge by the Price CFS Advisory Board Member Richard Sandor talks about the efficacy of the European carbon trading market in this Financial Times video interview (September 27, 2013).

Embedded Financing: The Unsung Virtue of Derivatives Bruce Tuckman’s paper was published in The Journal of Derivatives (Volume 21, No. 1, pp. 73-82, Fall 2013).

Federal Reserve Transparency: Should We Want It? William A. Barnett wrote an opinion piece for The Ripon Forum (Volume 47, No. 3, Summer 2013).

Goldman should take the hit on tech-glitch losses CFS Advisory Board Member Myron Scholes was featured in the The Financial Times story (August 23, 2013).

To Make Sense of the Coins Act, Follow the Money Steve H. Hanke authored this opinion piece in The Wall Street Journal which opines on the use of dollar bills versus coins (August 21, 2013).

Repo Market Decline Raises Alarm as Regulation Strains Debt Bruce Tuckman comments on the effects of recent regulation in this article by Liz Capo McCormick and Anchalee Worrachate of Bloomberg News (August 19, 2013).

Following Bernanke Means Using Precedent of Unprecedented Policy Bloomberg's Craig Torres, Jeff Black, and Chris Anstey interview Lawrence Goodman (July 31, 2013).

The Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Awarded the Title ‘Doctor Honoris Causa’ to the World-famous Economist Prof. Steve Hanke CFS Special Counselor Steve Hanke is recognized for his contribution to Bulgaria's economic and financial stability (July 15, 2013).

Will Markets React As Strongly to Bernanke As They Did Before Zhang Yuwei of China Daily interviews Lawrence Goodman (July 16, 2013).

Richard Sandor Awarded the French Legion of Honor the highest decoration granted by the French government (July 11, 2013).

Emerging Markets Still React to Fed Zhang Yuwei of China Daily interviews Lawrence Goodman (June 25, 2013).

Quantities essential for gauging policy Lawrence Goodman writes a letter for The Financial Times (June 10, 2013).

America Owes a Lot to Bernanke Martin Wolf of The Financial Times highlighted CFS money data (June 4, 2013).

Economic Record Review of Getting It Wrong Professor Selwyn Cornish of Australian National University compares Ben S. Bernanke's The Federal Reserve and the Financial Crisis and William A. Barnett's Getting It Wrong (Volume 89, No. 285, pp. 271-282, June 2013).

The Fed May Be Miscounting the Money Supply Peter Coy of Bloomberg Businessweek highlights unique aspects of CFS monetary and financial data and as well as how conclusions regarding the economy and markets might have been different with CFS data (March 28, 2013).

“Tracking the Housing Market” Scarlet Fu of Bloomberg Radio interviewed Yubo Wang (March 28, 2013).

Monetary policy 'benefits all' Zhang Yuwei of China Daily interviews Lawrence Goodman (February 27, 2013).

A ‘Responsible’ Fed Could Hurt the Recovery Bloomberg-Business Week's Peter Coy quotes Lawrence Goodman (February 21, 2013).

G20 Leaders Pledge to Avoid Currency Wars The Moscow Times interviewed Lawrence Goodman (February 18, 2013).

The case for helicopter money FT’s Martin Wolf highlighted CFS money data (February 12, 2013).

Better Growth Ahead: Money, Markets and the FedLawrence Goodman highlights how Fed policy may support equity markets at the expense of overvalued bonds in this article for Forbes (January 30, 2013).

Argentina’s Fudged Data Threatens Middle Class Bloomberg View column by Lawrence Goodman (January 23, 2013).

“The Fed, Market Distortions, and CFS Money Data” Carol Massar of Bloomberg Radio interviewed Lawrence Goodman (January 17, 2013).

Fed Concerned About Overheated Markets Amid Record Bond-Buying Bloomberg’s Craig Torres featured CFS and Lawrence Goodman (January 17, 2013).

Trusted Aide Lew Picked to Lead US Treasury Zhang Yuwei of China Daily interviews Lawrence Goodman (January 11, 2013).

Argentina Just Might Get Its Act Together Lawrence Goodman illustrates how the government possesses the power to engineer a dramatic turnaround in Forbes (January 10, 2013).

Aninat on Argentina and Chile CFS Advisory Board Member, former Deputy Managing Director of the IMF, and former Minister of Finance for Chile, Eduardo Aninat offers recommendations for Argentina in Ámbito Financiero (January 7, 2013).

Bretton Woods Sem Censura (Bretton Woods Uncensored) Cyro Andrade of Valor Econômico interviewed Kurt Schuler, Co-editor of the The Bretton Woods Transcripts about the proceedings, key delegates and discussions of the international monetary conference held in 1944 (January 4, 2013).

US Dodges Budget Disaster Zhang Yuwei of China Daily interviews Lawrence Goodman (January 3, 2013).

The Bretton Woods Transcripts Kurt Schuler was interviewed by John Batchelor on WABC radio (December 16, 2012).

On the Recovery The Canadian International Council interviewed Lawrence Goodman (November 29, 2012).

U.S. Treasury and Corporate Borrowing Trends Lawrence Goodman was a guest on “Taking Stock with Pimm Fox” on Bloomberg Television (November 20, 2012).

Distortions, Money, and the Fed” Lawrence Goodman was interviewed by Darden Professor Phil Levy at the University of Virginia Investing Conference 2012 (November 16, 2012).

Big Corporations Look Like Better Borrowers Than Uncle Sam” Lawrence Goodman compares the cost of insuring the debt from default of a few select corporations to the U.S. government in Forbes (November 9, 2012).

Fed’s Current Stance is Tragically Wrong” William A. Barnett warns of the dangers of suppressing long term interest rates while lowering expectations about future interest rates in this Kansas City Star op-ed (November 6, 2012).

Transcript of '44 Bretton Woods Conference Found at TreasuryThe New York Times columnist Annie Lowrey writes about Kurt Schuler's find of the "historical treasure" and the significance of The Bretton Woods Transcripts (October 26, 2012).

Why Modern Monetarists Are Sceptical About QE3” Dartmouth Professor Douglas Irwin features CFS money supply calculations in his FT Opinion piece (October 15, 2012).

“Treasury, China, and the Yuan” Bloomberg’s Kathleen Hays interviewed Lawrence Goodman on The Hays Advantage (October 8, 2012).

Fed Risks Credibility Loss With 2015 Rate Pledge, CFS Says” Bloomberg’s Liz McCormick features CFS research on US monetary policy (October 3, 2012).

Some Thoughts on LIBOR: A Market Based Solution” Advisory Board Member Dr. Richard Sandor, who received this year’s World Federation of Exchanges Award for Excellence, proposes moving LIBOR to a market-based and regulated system (September 2012).

Implications of QE3” William A. Barnett comments on the short and long term benefits and risks of the Fed’s latest announcement on WIBW Radio (September 13, 2012).

Remarks by Fed Chairman Bernanke” Fox News’ Lori Rothman discusses remarks by Fed Chairman Bernanke with Lawrence Goodman (August 31, 2012).

The Fed’s Next Move” Becky Quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin discuss monetary policy with Lawrence Goodman on CNBC (August 20, 2012).

Monetarism is Back in Vogue” Bloomberg’s Ken Prewitt and Tom Keene interview Lawrence Goodman (July 18, 2012).

Review of Getting It Wrong” The Economic History Association reviews William A. Barnett's book (July 5, 2012).

A Monetary History of China” Kurt Schuler, Senior Fellow of Financial History, reviews Xinwei Peng's book for the Economic History Association (July 2, 2012).

The Fed and the New CFS Money Supply DM4” CNBC’s Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders interview Lawrence Goodman (June 20, 2012).

Central Banks Warn Greek-Led Euro Stress Threatens World” Lawrence Goodman emphasizes the importance of central banks’ role in providing sufficient liquidity in the event of a freeze, as reported in Bloomberg (June 15, 2012).

Repo: Uncertainty Casts a Shadow” Bruce Tuckman is interviewed and quoted at length in this article on regulatory progress on European and U.S. repo markets in Global Investor Magazine (June 7, 2012).

Euro, Greece and CFS Research” Lawrence Goodman is interviewed by Ken Prewitt and Tom Keene on Bloomberg Surveillance (May 18, 2012).

Review of Getting It Wrong” M.H. Lesser of Choice magazine reviews William A. Barnett's book (June 2012).

China Ups Holdings Again of US Bonds” Lawrence Goodman comments on drivers of demand for Treasury securities in this article by Zhang Yuwei of China Daily (May 16, 2012).

Father of Treasury Floaters Says Now Worst Time for Sales” Bruce Tuckman comments on the global demand for super-safe, short term assets in an interview with Liz Capo McCormick of Bloomberg (April 30, 2012).

Power Lunch Radio Interview” Krista Klaus of Power Lunch interviewed CFS Director William A. Barnett on the inadequate money supply data and how it is leading to misperceptions of the economy (April 24, 2012).

KU Professor Has a Message for the Fed: Count the Money Right” Mark Davis of the Kansas City Star writes his commentary based on the research of CFS Director of Advances in Monetary and Financial Measurement William A. Barnett (April 20, 2012).

Bernanke Charts New Mission for the Fed: Financial Stability” CFS Senior Fellow Robin Lumsdaine and CFS President Lawrence Goodman speak about the role of the Fed as well as industry data limitations with regards to financial stability in this article by Donna Borak of American Banker (April 20, 2012).

Money Match Up” Lawrence Goodman is interviewed on central bank actions by Simon Hobbs and the Money in Motion traders on CNBC (April 20, 2012).

As U.S. Debt Soars, Dollar May Lose Reserve Status” Scott S. Powell of Investor’s Business Daily references the work of Lawrence Goodman on U.S. Treasury debt (April 10, 2012).

Does the World Believe America Will Pay Its Debts?” In Time.com, Christopher Matthews cites Lawrence Goodman’s op-ed in The Wall Street Journal (April 5, 2012).

Fed Is Buying 61 Percent of U.S. Government Debt” Bob Adelmann of The New American references the work of Lawrence Goodman (March 31, 2012).

Market Currents” SeekingAlpha.com highlights Lawrence Goodman’s op-ed in The Wall Street JournalDemand for U.S. Debt Is Not Limitless” (March 28, 2012).

Risky Assets Could Scuttle the U.S. Repo Market Again” Bruce Tuckman comments on the repo markets during the crisis and safe-harbor rules in David Turner's article in Institutional Investor (April 5, 2012).

The Fed’s IOUs Can Cripple the Economy in 2013” Lawrence Goodman’s work on the distortions created by the Fed purchasing Treasury obligations and his work on the U.S. debt maturities coming due in the next year are highlighted by Liz Peek in The Fiscal Times. (April 4, 2012)

Correction Watch: The End of Stimulus?” In a CNBC interview Lawrence Goodman explains why today’s Fed minutes revealed three very important factors investors need to watch, and its impact on the markets (April 3, 2012).

What Happens When the Chinese Say ‘Bid Wanted’?The Wall Street Journal posted two letters responding to Lawrence Goodman’s “Demand for U.S. Debt Is Not Limitless” (April 3, 2012).

Goodman Says Bond Market Likely to Get ‘Tricky’” Lawrence Goodman takes a deeper look at the U.S. financial accounts in a Bloomberg Surveillance interview with Tom Keene and Ken Prewitt (April 2, 2012).

Four Numbers Add Up to an American Debt Disaster” Bloomberg columnist Caroline Baum cites the CFS work of Lawrence Goodman in her article about the Treasury’s reliance on short-term financing and the dangers it presents (March 28, 2012).

The Fed Eases Out” Lawrence Goodman is cited in this article by The Washington Post Editorial Board (March 28, 2012).

Demand for U.S. Debt Is Not Limitless” In The Wall Street Journal Lawrence Goodman illustrates how the conventional wisdom that nearly infinite demand exists for U.S. Treasury debt is flawed and offers decisive steps to restore the economy and markets to a sustainable path (March, 28, 2012).

How to Contain a Financial Crisis Without Bailouts” CFS Director Bruce Tuckman proposes the creation of Federal Liquidity Options in Forbes.com (March 22, 2012).

The Fed and the Bond Market” Lawrence Goodman was interviewed by Kathleen Hays on Bloomberg's The Hays Advantage (March 22, 2012).

Fed’s Shoddy Data, Not Greedy Bankers, Drove Wall Street Off Cliff: Books” James Pressley of Bloomberg reviews William A. Barnett’s Getting it Wrong (February 16, 2012).

Fed Considers Policy Changes After Repo Reform Falls Short” Bruce Tuckman was interviewed by Liz Capo McCormick for Bloomberg Businessweek (February 16, 2012).

Argentina Could Halt Capital Flight Easily” CFS President Lawrence Goodman highlights how emerging economies can reverse capital flight via investment-promoting policies in The Wall Street Journal (January 20, 2012).

Citigroup Ruling Has Serious Implications for SEC Settlements” CFS Senior Fellow Bradley Bondi writes for the Jurist (January 16, 2012).

Analysis: The Battle to Define G-Sifis Lawrence Goodman was interviewed by Karina Whalley for Global Financial Strategy News (November 10, 2011).

Is What's Good for MetLife Good for Us All? by CFS Senior Fellow Robin Lumsdaine appeared in American Banker (October 28, 2011).

Risk Retention and Collateralized Loan Obligations Global Financial Strategy News featured Risk Retention and How to Regulate It by Kim Shafer (September 1, 2011).

“Treasury Maturities and the Budget” Lawrence Goodman was interviewed by Kathleen Hays on Bloomberg's The Hays Advantage (July 28, 2011).

In Greek Debt Deal, Clear Benefits for the Banks Lawrence Goodman was quoted in The New York Times (July 26, 2011)

Budget dilemma is the most severe in 100 years Global Financial Strategy News featured Budget Solutions: Then and Now by Lawrence Goodman and Susan Hering (July 20, 2011).

The IMF, Greek Debt, and the Brady Plan Lawrence Goodman was interviewed by Kathleen Hays on Bloomberg's The Hays Advantage, interview starts 13 minutes into the show after Robert Shiller (June 28, 2011).

Brady Bonds: An Exit for Greece? by Stephen Fidler of the Wall Street Journal featuring the CFS report Solving the Greek Crisis (June 24, 2011).

Financial Stability Board: under the spotlight Lawrence Goodman was interviewed by Will Henley for Global Financial Strategy News (June 17, 2011).

Uncertainty Created by Provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act Steven Lofchie - Senior Fellow / Legal Studies - was interviewed for Bloomberg Law (June 9, 2011).

Limit Use of Derivative Harbors to Cut Systemic Risk, CFS Says Bruce Tuckman was interviewed by John Glover for Bloomberg  (May 12, 2011).

“The New International Currency System”  Lawrence Goodman was interviewed by Kathleen Hays on Bloomberg's The Hays Advantage (January 21, 2011).

“The Market for LTC Insurance and Systemic Risk”  Robin L. Lumsdaine was interviewed by Kathleen Hays on Bloomberg's "The Hays Advantage" (January 18, 2011). Listen

Financial Products - Is the Innovation Trend Truly Over? Interview with Bruce TuckmanThe MoneyManager, page 29 (January 2011).

Risk Management and Derivatives Symposium The Center for Financial Stability (CFS) recently hosted a derivatives and risk management symposium and dinner including presentations by: CFS Advisory Board Member and Nobel Laureate Myron Scholes, Bruce Tuckman (Director of Financial Markets Research), and Steven Lofchie (Non-Resident Senior Fellow). (September 23, 2010). More Information and Presentations.

Even IMF Lacks This Much Money Lawrence Goodman wrote in The Wall Street Journal (May 21, 2010).

“Slow Yuan Gains Only In 2010” Lawrence Goodman was interviewed by Vicki Schmelzer of Market News International (April 7, 2010).