Ethics and the Global Financial Crisis: Why Incompetence Is Worse Than Greed by Boudweijn de Bruin
School of Business
The book weaves together theoretical chapters with case studies related to the financial crisis, including sub-prime mortgage lending, banks, Ponzi schemes, and the role of credit-rating agencies and professional accountants. de Bruin’s book is thought-provoking and well researched. Ethicists will gain a lot from studying, debating and contributing to the interdisciplinary research program on epistemic virtue that he has launched.
Business Ethics Quarterly
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