The following Boston University professors are available to comment on the various aspects of the financial crisis:
School of Management Professor Mark Williams, an expert on risk management and former Federal Reserve Bank examiner who teaches in the school’s Finance Department.
School of Management Professor James Post, an expert on corporate governance and business ethics. He teaches a course called “Corporate Governance, Accountability, and Ethics.” He is the author of “Business and Society: Corporate Strategy, Public Policy, Ethics” (McGraw-Hill).
School of Management Professor Zvi Bodie, a widely recognized expert on pension finance, social security reform.
School of Management Professor Scott Stewart, an investment management expert and former Fidelity funds manager.
School of Law Professor Cornelius Hurley, director of the school’s Morin Center for Banking and Financial Law. He is former chief counsel to the Fed Board of Governors.
School of Law Professor Tamar Frankel, an authority on securities law, corporate governance, and legal ethics. She is the author of “Trust and Honesty: America’s Business Culture at a Crossroad” (Oxford U. Press) and “Securitization” (2nd ed. 2006).
School of Law Professor Charles Whitehead, a securities law expert. He spent 20 years as an in-house counsel in international securities and banking.