Reducing Incentives for Risk-Taking


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Published in The New York Times October 12, 2009

It is now widely accepted that compensation structures in financial firms should be devised to avoid excessive incentives for risk-taking and that doing so requires tying executive compensation to long-term results and preventing cashing out of large amounts of compensation on the basis of short-term results.

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