An Examination of the Moral Deficit on Wall Street

By on January 20, 2010

Economist Joseph Stiglitz comments on the moral decay and materialism that permeates the financial capital of the world. In a world where there is little relationship between performance and pay, risks are taken without regard or fear of the consequences, and self-interest is the rule; chaos reigns supreme. Stiglitz wonders why we’re letting Wall Street off so easy.

Source: Mother Jones

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