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The Rosenberg Institute of Global Finance seeks to analyze and anticipate major trends in global financial markets, institutions, and regulations, and to develop the information and ideas required to solve emerging problems. It focuses on the policy implications of economic globalization. To this end, it sponsors informal exchanges among scholars and practitioners, conducts research and policy analyses, and participates in the School’s teaching programs. The Institute, founded in 2002, is named for Barbara C. Rosenberg '54 and Richard M. Rosenberg.
From the Director's Desk:
Director Catherine L. Mann discusses the 'fiscal cliff' on Bloomberg.
Director Catherine L. Mann discusses trends that have forever changed the economy at the 2012 MassEcon Annual Conference.
Professor Catherine L. Mann has been nominated for a Business Professor of the Year contest held by the Economist Intelligence Unit, a division of The Economist.
2012 Municipal Finance Conference brings over 200 academic and practitioners to campus to discuss trends in the world of munis.
Bob Pozen, recent Rosenberg guest speaker, discusses his new book, "Extreme Productivity".