The Anti-Davos View
My trip to Davos left me with three key takeaways this year. That most countries are fed-up with their politicians. That no one really knows whether the global economy is on the path to recovery yet. And that after the IMF's admission that austerity can do more damage than expected, no one's clear on what will direct them to the recovery path. It's never too late to get you an Anti-Davos view.
In Davos, I Spoke to William Black, Associate Professor Of Economics And Law at the University Of Missouri. Professor Black is a white collar crime expert and the author of a great book - The Best Way To Rob A Bank Is To Own One. He talks about how perverse incentives persist in lowering corporate ethical standards and that American economists have got it all wrong!