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The Museum's 90-minute walking tour of the Financial District with a focus on Hamilton and his contributions to American finance.
The June 2010 edition of History Now, the electronic newsletter of the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, features an interactive presentation of the "Scandal!" exhibit as well as an article by Museum Chairman Dr. Richard Sylla.
Marc Chandler, Global Head of Currency Strategy for Brown Brothers Harriman and author of Making Sense of the Dollar: Exposing Dangerous Myths About Trade and Foreign Exchange, will speak at the first event in the Museum's 2010 Henry Kaufman Series.
Gov. David A. Paterson went to [the Museum of American Finance] on Wall Street on Wednesday, not to pillory financiers, but to praise them.
"Wall Street is our Main Street," Paterson declared yesterday to applause as he discussed the state's budget crisis at the Museum of American Finance.
Speaking at the Museum of American Finance on Wall Street, Governor Paterson offered a sympathetic voice to the much-maligned financial sector.
Speaking at the Museum of American Finance, Governor Paterson said New York is on the brink of fiscal disaster, calling the state "ground zero for the recession."
Gov. David Paterson discusses New York's troubled economy with CNBC's Scott Cohn at the Museum of American Finance.
The Museum of American Finance and the New School for Social Research present an expert panel on the different explanations of the current crisis on the 80th anniversary of the Crash of 1929.
In The Road to Financial Reformation, Henry Kaufman provides an insightful account of how we created the current financial crisis and what needs to be done to put our derailed economy back on track.
The Museum of American Finance was faced with an awkward situation recently: some of the corporate sponsors of the museum — dedicated to glories of free markets — had, well, failed.
Jean Strouse is the author of Morgan, American Financier and Alice James, A Biography, which won the Bancroft Prize in American History and Diplomacy.
The Museum of American Finance, a relatively-young museum found at the heart of New York’s Financial District, opened a new exhibit last week entitled “Tracking the Credit Crisis: A Timeline,” as the first exhibit to spotlight the ongoing global financial event that began some 18 to 24 months ago.
NPR - The Museum of American Finance has a new exhibit called "Tracking the Credit Crisis." It is basically a timeline displaying the major events of the global economic crisis, from the collapse of Lehman Brothers to the decision to save AIG.
On Wednesday, March 25 at 10:30 am, the Museum will host a press conference to open “Tracking the Credit Crisis: A Timeline,” an exhibit tracing the development of the current financial crisis.
The Museum of American Finance's new exhibition, "Tracking the Credit Crisis," starts its timeline in February 2007 when Mortgage Lenders Networks USA, the nation's 15th largest subprime lender, filed for bankruptcy, and tracks the fall of other firms to the present day.
NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Niederauer speaks at the Museum's 2009 Henry Kaufman Lecture/Symposia Series on "Where Do We Go From Here?"
Private equity investor Wilbur Ross will provide a review of President Obama’s proposed domestic and international economic initiatives, assess them, and compare them with those of the Bush administration.
Taking a long-run view of the development of financial services, Professor Ferguson argues that evolutionary forces are as much at work in the realm of money as they are in the natural world. As the subprime mortgage crisis works its way through the global financial system, the coming months will determine how far, in terms of its economic impact, the current crisis is a true "ice age" as opposed to just a severe winter.
A classroom guide to the "Alexander Hamilton" exhibit, including learning objectives, vocabulary, discussion questions and a classroom activity.