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|Description:||xiv, 244 pages ; 25 cm.|
An analysis of the role of executive compensation --
Theories of securities market operation : principles and flaws --
Minsky and the Financial Instability Hypothesis : implications for market effieciency --
The Global Financial Crisis and the complex relationship between asset prices, leverage and financial instability --
Post-Crisis reform to executive compensation at financial institutions --
Reconstituting executive compensation at financial institutions : proposals for reform --
|Series Title:||Elgar financial law.|
|Responsibility:||Jay Cullen, University of Sheffield, UK.|
'Jay Cullen's important book challenges the conventional wisdom that financial corporations will automatically further the public good as long as senior managers' pay is aligned with the share price.