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S1:E2 What the FTX?

Kabrina Krebel Chang

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In this episode of the Insights@Questrom Podcast we explore the collapse of the cryptocurrency exchange giant, FTX. Fernando Zapatero, Richard D. Cohen Professor in Management and Professor of Finance, provides background on the events that led to the FTX situation. Kabrina Chang, Clinical Associate Professor of Markets, Public Policy, and Law, joins us in the second half to discuss the regulatory and legal implications of the broader cryptocurrency market, as well as the FTX issue.

Kabrina Krebel Chang is a Clinical Associate Professor of Business Law and Ethics in the Markets, Public Policy, and Law Department at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business. She teaches Introduction to Business Law and Employment law in the undergraduate program and MBA programs. Professor Chang’s research focuses on employment matters, in particular social media, and how that impacts employment and management decisions, and on corporate social advocacy. Her work has been published in academic journals, news outlets such at The New York Times, Quartz.com, Bloomberg, and The Boston Globe, and in magazines such as Forbes and Harvard Business Review. Professor Chang has won several awards for her teaching and writing. Before her academic career, Professor Chang was a trial lawyer in in private practice.

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