Pulitzer Prize winning historian, journalist and commentator Anne Applebaum delivers the keynote lecture of the spring 2022 Democracy in Crisis series, in conversation with Dean Michael S. Barr. April, 2022.
American Bar Association President and Michigan alumnus Reginald M. Turner will share more on his leadership at the ABA and his work on some of its most pressing issues like access to legal services and judicial reform. March, 2022.
University of Michigan Ford School Dean Michael Barr and United States Deputy Secretary of Commerce Don Graves on working to revive the economy while combating the racist systems embedded within it. January 17, 2022.
Ali M. Berri (MPP ‘21), Stacy Dean (MPP '92), Portia Hemphill (PhD '15), and Alberto Rodriguez (MPA/MA '93) highlight the work of Ford School alumni during the pandemic and their leadership across a variety of policy areas. July, 2021.
Barr spoke at the annual New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Coalition conference, sharing his experience as a Clinton administration official as the Community Renewal Tax Relief Act was established and signed into law in December, 2000.
Dean Michael Barr discusses emerging issues around digital currencies and product varies in Asia during DC Fintech week 2020. He is joined by fellow panelists Douglas Arner, Sunayna Tuteja, John Cho, Simon Hawkins, and Alan Xin.
Mary Gallagher, Kenneth Lieberthal, Ann Chih Lin, and moderator Michael S. Barr discuss current relations between the United States and China and possible paths forward given COVID and the upcoming U.S. elections. October, 2020.
This annual event celebrates the beginning of the year and generally features an ice cream social. We've redesigned it a bit this year: the ice cream will be virtual but the excitement of a new school year is real!
On June 30, the Center on Regulations and Markets at the Brookings Institution and the Center on Finance, Law & Policy at the University of Michigan hosted an event to examine the difficult choices made in drafting Dodd-Frank, its impact on sy
Michael Barr, University of Michigan Joan and Sanford Weill Dean of Public Policy and one of the architects of Dodd-Frank, says there are more risks to come in the financial system and that the Federal Reserve’s recent stress tests of U.S.