As part of our effort to provide insight into the ongoing credit crisis, we present a talk just given at Oxford University by the Nobel Prize winning economist, Joseph Stiglitz (iTunes — Rss Feed). The author of Globalization and its Discontents uses the talk as an opportunity to outline the events that contributed to the global credit crisis, and the future regulations that could get us back on track. The talk runs a good hour, and it takes about 20–25 minutes for Stiglitz to really focus on the credit crunch, and about 45 minutes before he starts discussing tangible solutions. Don’t expect any magic bullets, any short term solutions that will get the current crisis under control. It’s more pragmatic long-term solutions that you’ll find here.