bank bonuses

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    November 19, 2014   BY Simone Pathe 

    Thanks to recent financial scandals and fraud, public trust in the financial industry is low. But a new study published in the journal Nature shows that bankers, themselves, aren’t dishonest people; the industry makes them behave dishonestly. What is it about the cultural norm in banking that gives way to lying, and how can banks fix that? Continue reading

  • August 25, 2009   BY busadmin 

    Editor’s note: The clip today in our continuing series of video conversations with economist Simon Johnson, author of the popular Baseline Scenario blog, which Paul Krugman calls a “must read,” concerns whether bank bonuses are deserved and whether anything can … Continue reading