SERBAN, Claudia; TIRON - TUDOR, Adriana; MAN, Mariana; CRETU, Raluca; VASILE, Cristina
January 2009
Annals of DAAAM & Proceedings;Jan2009, p889
Academic Journal
In the midst of a crisis, no one knows how far an economy will drop or for how long. But capitalism, since its beginning, has been marked by crises; each time, the economy recovers, but each crisis carries its own lessons. Our attempt is to draw the unprecedented government bailout of financial markets and firms in the current crisis has forced executive compensation in banking and finance into the open.


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