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Documentary Questions the Fed’s Role

The Center for Global Business and Government sponsored a screening of “Money For Nothing” followed by a panel discussion with Tuck faculty. Cook Auditorium was nearly full last week for a screening of “Money For Nothing,” a new documentary film that traces the history of the Federal Reserve System and questions its enlarged role today. The event was sponsored by the Center for Global Business and Government; Peter Fisher, a senior fellow at the center, was an executive vice president at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and appears in the film. After the screening there was a panel discussion with Fisher, Tuck professors Matthew Slaughter and Ken French, and Jim Bruce, the writer, director, and producer of the film. ... Read more....