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Tolksdorf, Michael
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Working Papers of the Institute of Management Berlin at the Berlin School of Economics and Law (HWR Berlin) 57
Die gegenwärtige Finanzkrise erscheint als Folge von Finanzinnovationen ohne langfristige Erprobung in einem Geschäftsumfeld, wo mangelhafte Regulierung und Risikobewertung mit nicht nachhaltigen Anreizstrukturen verknüpft ist.
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The current financial crisis may be explained as a combination of financial innovations without long term tests and experiences and business environments, where regulatory and risk assessment deficiencies met with unsustainable incentive structures.
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