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Dimon’s $23 Million Payday Isn’t the Problem

In a new op-ed, NYU Stern Professors Ingo Walter and Jennifer Carpenter address risk exposure and incentive systems in financial institutions. They argue that the root of the problem is the underpriced government guarantees that incentivize risk taking, not executive compensation … Continue reading

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Remove the Risk Incentive from Bankers’ Pay

Professors Jennifer Carpenter and Ingo Walter have published a new op-ed in the Financial Times. Nothing about the financial crisis has done more to outrage the public and fuel reform than the drumbeat of bankers’ pay announcements. Pay levels at … Continue reading

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