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Financial Analysts Seminars
2010 Financial Analysts Seminar
Source: CFA Institute

56 min, video webcast, recorded on 29 July 2010

George Cooper is a fund manager and author. Previously, he worked for Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, and JP Morgan before establishing the fixed-income investment business Alignment Investors with BlueCrest Capital Management. Dr. Cooper is author of the book The Origin of Financial Crises: Central Banks, Credit Bubbles and the Efficient Market Fallacy, which is a critique of both efficient market theory and recent monetary policy, explaining why the financial system is inherently unstable and why the recent crisis has been so severe.

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In this webcast, George Cooper discusses the origins of financial market instability as well as his belief that appropriate central bank policy should be a light hand on capitalism. He also outlines what he believes are the steps toward a better financial system.

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