Greg Feldberg is a Research Scholar at the Yale School of Management and Director of Research for the Yale Program on Financial Stability. Prior to joining the YPFS, Feldberg spent six years at the Office of Financial Research, where he helmed the office’s annual Financial Stability Report and other publications. In 2010, he was the Director of Research at the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, which was established by Congress to investigate the causes of the global financial crisis. Feldberg spent 10 years at the Federal Reserve Board as a researcher and financial analyst. He has also worked in the financial industry, heading technology research teams at two investment banks. His research focuses on financial stability, macroprudential policy, and financial crisis management.
MPP, Harvard University, 1991
BA, Brown University, 1988
Broad-Based Asset Management Programs
G. Feldberg, C. M. McNamara, M. Dreyer, and Andrew Metrick Journal of Financial Crises, Yale Program on Financial Stability, Vol. 3 (2), 41-80