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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┬áproblem 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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