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Dartmouth – The Financial Meltdown: Causes, Consequences, and Options

Andrew Samwick, Professor of Economics and Director, Rockefeller Center – Moderator, Nancy Marion, Professor of Economics, Bruce Sacerdote, Vice-Chair and Professor of Economics, and Eric Zitzewitz, Associate Professor of Economics. These four economists will discuss the root causes of the financial crisis, the details of bailout plans and other policy responses, as well as the consequences for economic growth, the labor market, and oil prices.
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Wendi Deng www.shanagrant.com Wendi Deng Murdoch (born December 8, 1968) is the third wife of News Corporation Chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch, she is leading her husband’s Chinese media investments. In 1988 she was sponsored by an American family for a student visa to the United States of America. She studied economics at Cal State Northridge and is a graduate of the Yale School of Management where she currently serves on the board of advisors. Her first work experience in the media was with Fox TV. After Fox TV, she was offered an internship at Star TV, Hong Kong, part of News Corporation. Deng met Rupert Murdoch in Hong Kong in 1997 when she was 29 years old and Murdoch was 66. After entering the United States, Deng lived with the Cherry family for a while when attending university. Mrs. Cherry suspected her husband was having an affair with Deng (30 years his junior) and demanded she leave the house. Mr. Cherry soon followed and moved in with her.[8] The two married in 1990.[7] Deng and Cherry’s marriage lasted 2 years and 7 months before they were legally divorced,[8] but he would later explain they only stayed together for 4 or 5 months, after which he learned of the extramarital relationship Deng had with a David Wolf, a man closer to her age. Nonetheless, she had been able to secure a green card through her legal marriage to Cherry. In 1997, Deng met Rupert Murdoch at a company party in Hong Kong.[9] Deng and Murdoch married in 1999, less than three weeks after

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13 comments on “Dartmouth – The Financial Meltdown: Causes, Consequences, and Options

  • Look up: “the Cloward-Piven Strategy” and ” Look up : “Bankers and Presidents John Vodila”. Don’t let History? be rewritten by “The Money Masters”.
    “Agenda 21 for Dummies”, “Freedom to Fascism”, “The? Secret of Oz”, “Bankster 101 for Zombies” and “The New American Century”

  • muhammadzahmad

    June 14, 2012 at 12:07 am

    informative and? interesting

  • vikramsinghdafauti

    June 14, 2012 at 12:50 am

    sir? i really want to known is financial crisis a manmade catastrophy or not….
    plz send me detail’s…..on? both side…
    very essential to me?

  • Stop the waste and stupid-spending first. Then close tax loopholes. Then, if the US must have new revenue, get millionaires off government benefits of any kind: farm subsidies, VA,? Social Security, Medicare, green energy……then we’ll talk about a national sales tax to get some money from crooks/illegals………then talk about raising taxes after those things have been taken care of.

  • rockefeller ?? that says a lot

  • ElWenoElFeoYElMalo

    June 14, 2012 at 1:58 am

    Good? video.

  • Invention? ORIFUTON: the first convertible armchair into a double bed

  • and almost 2 years later? we are still in a recession

  • rupert is one? ugly motherf***ing rat.

  • thatsnotveryfunny1

    June 14, 2012 at 4:08 am

    does she charge by? the hour ???

  • He must have paid for a Mail Order? Bride… who would want to marry this Stinking Legal Extortionist???…
    her Family should all file Civil Law suits against him……

  • IconsOfTeleplay

    June 14, 2012 at 5:15 am

    I love Deng? Lijun only.

  • funny like she really loves him? well maybe his money.

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