About Matt Stoller

Matt Stoller is a policymaker who focuses on industrial organization, monopoly power, and market structure. From 2011-2012, he was a fellow at the Roosevelt Institute and an editor of the financial site Naked Capitalism. He also starred on "Brand X with Russell Brand" on the FX network, and was a writer and consultant for the show. Prior to that, he produced for MSNBC's The Dylan Ratigan Show. He has consulted for variety of clients, including think tanks, corporations, and NGOs. His writing has appeared in the New York Times, Vice, Salon, The New Republic, and The Nation.

- You can follow him on Twitter at @matthewstoller.
- His tumblr on the history of credit and surveillance is here.
- He writes book reviews and occasional political observations on Medium here.
- He can be reached at stoller at gmail.com.

Some Writing

Government Has Gutted Its Independent Research, (New York Times)
The Housing Crash and the End of American Citizenship, (Fordham Law Review, 2012)
The Con Artist Wing of the Democratic Party (Review of Tim Geithner's book "Stress Test") (Vice)
On the Federal Reserve's Independence (TheWeek)
Why the Democratic Party Acts the Way It Does: Book Review of Al From's "The New Democrats and the Return to Power" (Medium)
Why Is Alan Greenspan's Lawyer Still Controlling the Federal Reserve? (Naked Capitalism)
An Elite and Strange Plot to Take Over the World (Salon)
How the Fed Proposed Bailing Out Mexico to Pass NAFTA (Salon)
Eight Corporate Subsidies in the Fiscal Cliff Bill, From Goldman Sachs to Disney to NASCAR (Naked Capitalism)
Trans-Pacific Partnership: What Is It and Why It Matters (Salon)
Corporate Monopolies And the Payments System (Naked Capitalism)
A Dream SEC Chief (Salon)
Shared sacrifice – except for CEOs (Reuters)
How Elizabeth Warren Saved Taxpayers $1 Billion (Salon)
Why Ron Paul Challenges Liberals (Reuters)
How the Federal Reserve Fights (Naked Capitalism)
Supply Chain Vulnerabilities: How America Could Collapse (The Nation)
Federal Reserve Must Be Held Accountable (Politico)
Public Pays Price for Privatization (Politico)