O jornal publicado pelo Observatório para a Inovação Responsável publicou uma entrevista com o diretor do filme “Inside Job” (2010, Sony Pictures Classics).
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Charles Ferguson is the director of Inside Job (2010, Sony Pictures Classics), a widely acclaimed documentary film on the financial crisis of the late 2000s. The film has received a number of awards, including the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature in 2011, and has also contributed greatly to the public understanding and the public criticism of the practices that led to the global financial debacle which started in 2007. The film focuses on the booming of financial innovation from the late 1990s onwards (securitization of subprime loans, development of credit derivatives) in the North-American financial services industry, on regulatory liberalization, and on the lack of accountability and the systematic corruption that characterized the activities of most dominant actors during that period.In this conversation with Fabian Muniesa, a member of the Observatory for Responsible Innovation, Charles Ferguson reflects on the consequences of Inside Job and on the crucial responsibilities and issues that still need to be addressed. The interview was carried out on October 4, 2011. Further information about Inside Job is available at www.insidejobfilm.com. A companion book to the film with further materials and analyses is forthcoming (2012, Crown Business).
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