Scholarship: James Kwak
Scholarship
  • James Kwak
    Cultural Capture and the Financial Crisis, Preventing Capture: Special Interest Influence in Legislation, and How To Limit It
    (Cambridge University Press, Forthcoming)
  • James Kwak
    Improving Retirement Savings Options for Employees
    13 U. Penn. J. Bus. L. 483
    (2013)
  • James Kwak
    Can the United States Achieve Fiscal Sustainability? Will We? in Is U.S. Government Debt Different? (FIC Press, 2012)
  • James Kwak (with Simon Johnson),
    White House Burning: The Founding Fathers, Our National Debt, and Why It Matters To You
    (Pantheon, 2012)
  • James Kwak (with Simon Johnson),
    13 Bankers: The Wall Street Takeover and the Next Financial Meltdown
    (Pantheon, 2010)
  • James Kwak
    Review, Failure Is Not an Option
    Democracy: A Journal of Ideas
    (Summer, 2012)
    (Review of Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson, Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty (Crown Business, 2012)
  • James Kwak
    Review, Waiting To Be Heard
    42 Fin. & Dev. 54
    (2012)
    (reviewing Janet Byrne, ed., The Occupy Handbook (Back Bay Books, 2012))
  • James Kwak
    Obama the Republican
    Prospect
    (May 2012)
  • James Kwak
    Financial Industry, in
    The Oxford Companion to American Politics
    (Oxford University Press, 2012)
  • James Kwak (with Simon Johnson)
    Is Financial Innovation Good for the Economy?
    Innovation Policy and the Economy, NBER Book Series, vol. 12
    (2012)
  • James Kwak (with Simon Johnson)
    Debt and Dumb
    Vanity Fair
    (July 2011)
  • James Kwak
    Cultural Capture and the Financial Crisis, in Preventing Regulatory Capture: Special Interest Influence and How to Limit It
    (CUP, forthcoming)
  • James Kwak
    Improving Retirement Savings Options for Employees
    15 U. Penn. J. Bus. L. 483 (2013)
  • James Kwak (with Simon Johnson) Thirteen Bankers: The Wall Street Takeover and the Next Financial Meltdown (with new epilogue) (Vintage, 2011 )
  • James Kwak (with Simon Johnson)

    Too Big for Us to Fail The American Prospect (June 2010)

  • James Kwak (with Simon Johnson)

    The U.S. Economy Needs Strong, Independent CFPA The Hill (April 13, 2010)

  • James Kwak (with Simon Johnson)

    To Battle Wall Street, Obama Should Channel Teddy Roosevelt The Washington Post (April 4, 2010)

  • James Kwak (with Simon Johnson)

    Thirteen Bankers: The Wall Street Takeover and the Next Financial Meltdown (Pantheon, 2010)

  • James Kwak (with Simon Johnson)

    Finance: Before the Next Meltdown Democracy: A Journal of Ideas (Fall, 2009)

  • James Kwak (with Simon Johnson)

    The Quiet Coup The Atlantic (May, 2009)

  • James Kwak (with Simon Johnson)

    The Radicalization of Ben Bernanke The Washington Post (April 5, 2009)

  • James Kwak (with Simon Johnson)

    Geithner's Plan Isn't Money in the Bank Los Angeles Times (March 24, 2009)

  • James Kwak (with Simon Johnson)

    Off with the Bankers The New York Times (March 19, 2009)

  • James Kwak

    Beyond the Stimulus Package The Politic (February, 2009)

  • James Kwak (with Simon Johnson)

    The New World of Financial Risk Financial Executive (January, 2009)

  • James Kwak (with Peter Boone and Simon Johnson)

    How to Manage the Banks The Washington Post (Oct. 15, 2008)

  • James Kwak (with Simon Johnson)

    A Hedge Fund Like No Other The Washington Post (Sept. 23, 2008