Inside Job Documentary

Inside Job Documentary - Inside Job won the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature 2011. The movie directed by Charles H. Ferguson, produced by Audrey Marrs with Jeffrey Lurie and Christina Weiss Lurie as executive producers. Inside Job, documentary movie with subject is the global financial crisis of 2008. It features research and extensive interviews with financial insiders, politicians, journalists, and academics.

The Inside Job focuses on changes in the financial industry in the decade leading up to the crisis, the political movement toward deregulation, and how the development of complex trading such as the derivatives market allowed for large increases in risk taking that circumvented older regulations that were intended to control systemic risk. In describing the crisis as it unfolded, the film also looks at conflicts of interest in the financial sector, many of which it suggests are not properly disclosed.

The film suggests that these conflicts of interest affected credit rating agencies as well as academics who receive funding as consultants but do not disclose this information in their academic writing, and that these conflicts played a role in obscuring and exacerbating the crisis.

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