THE FINANCIAL CRISIS AS CONVERSION EXPERIENCE: DID WALL STREET JOURNALISTS CHANGE THEIR VIEWS?
We gather a panel of leading journalists to discuss how the 2008 financial crisis has changed their outlook on the role of the financial sector in society, if at all, and how this has ultimately affected their writing.
- Jesse Eisinger: senior reporter and "The Trade" columnist for ProPublica
- James Stewart: "Common Sense" business columnist for the New York Times
- Megan McArdle: special correspondent for Newsweek Global and The Daily Beast
- Chrystia Freeland: managing director and editor of consumer news for Reuters
- Felix Salmon: finance blogger for Reuters
*Co-sponsored by ProPublica and the Arthur L. Carter Institute for Journalism at New York University*
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