Bestselling author and professor Ted Malloch calls for real financial reform to restore confidence and fairness to a broken system
From Ponzi schemes to the credit crisis to the real estate bubble, the financial industry seems to have lost its way on the road to riches. As private greed continues to undermine the public good, one might wonder what ever happened to business ethics. And how can we reform the global financial system to benefit everyone, rather than just the very lucky few? In The End of Ethics and the Way Back, the bestselling author of Doing Virtuous Business teams up with attorney and Yale University Postdoctoral Fellow, Jordan Mamorsky to examine the most recent failures of business virtue, prudence, and governance—from Bernie Madoff to Jon Corzine and MF Global—before offering a set of structural and holistic solutions for our current ethical crisis in global finance.
- Features compelling case studies that reveal the saturation of economic vice in global finance
- Suggests structural reforms to the global financial system that would increase confidence among consumers and encourage ethical behavior among finance professionals
- Written by Ted Malloch, author of the bestseller Doing Virtuous Business with attorney Jordan Mamorsky
- Ideal for financial regulators, business students and academics, and professionals in the finance industry
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