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Wednesday, May 04, 2011

A Few of Wall Street's Columbia and Harvard Whores

The ivy walls of academe have been breached.  No, it didn't take any horde of barbarians, just a wheelbarrow of cash, left at the door of university presidents and professors from once-esteemed schools such as the Harvard Business School, Harvard School of Economics, and the Columbia Business School.  A couple of clips here from the Oscar-winning documentary, Inside Job.

See below Frederick Mishkin, Professor Columbia Business School and his dean, Glenn Hubbard:



See below John Campbell, Chair of the Harvard Economics Department

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