Profesoriaus iš JAV paskaita


The media narrative on the 2008 Market Break and the resulting Great Recession was that it was caused by Wall Street greed. Wall Street was definitely greedy in 2008, but no more so than in any year previous and no less so than today.  The real culprit shaping world financial market volatility and performance is government regulatory policy.  Fulbright Specialist, Professor Larry Locke, will outline the role of the U.S. legal and regulatory regime in major market events over the last century, and provide insights into how today’s regulatory landscape is already shaping global market events of the future.

Lecture is organized together with US-LT Alumni Association.

  • Ateities g. 20, LT-08303 Vilnius
  • Tel.: (8 5) 271 4625
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  • PVM mokėtojo kodas: LT119517219.
  • Budėtojas: (8 5) 271 4747