Accounting Enron Scandal Summary 2004


Wednesday, May 31, 2006
, and GDP are from the major new revision of the national income accounts. A separate estimate of this equation is made for the sample 1949 through 1980, in order … Read More

SSRN-Remuneration: Where We've Been, How We Got To Here, What Are The Problems, And How To Fix Them By Michael Jensen, Kevin Murphy, Eric Wruck
Paper and will likely serve as a good executive summary for in-class usage.) While I am not goingNote this is identical to the Jensen 2004 paper we reviewed in June.) Short … Read More

Wednesday, January 31, 2007
Rival good can be possessed by only one person at a time: a hamburger, a bank account, a college degree. A nonrival good is one whose consumption by one person doesn … Read More

Who merely break the rules. What follows is a general summary of the key traits and behaviors of a psychopath. Do not use … Read More

). SOX was enacted in 2004 to prevent the accounting scams which brought Enron and Worldcom down. These firms … Read More

Monday, April 30, 2007
The Democrats. In 2004, Democrats in the House Waysstill ought to be considered a major scandal. Here's a little more from the WSJ Washington Wire … Read More

The Hunt For Justice Continues
Prescient 2004 blog entry in reaction to prevent accounting scandals like Enron, AOL Time WarnerA quick selective summary of the KPMG report … Read More

An Israeli Crime That Wasn’t
For the media industry, this case could be equivalent in scale to the Enron accounting scandal. In September and October 2000, the endless airing of newsreels … Read More

Yes, America Still Needs Unions
All over official Washington. Granted, unusually bad weather may have accounted for some of the reluctance of employers to hire in January. But even … Read More

Terms And Conditions
As a result of the legislation, introduced after the Enron and WorldCom scandals. In classically detailed fashion, DealBook pens an enjoyable … Read More

Friday, November 30, 2007
Recent decade immigrant arrivals – currently around 1.25 million people per year – accounted for 40% of the US population growth and for 50-75% of the growth of its largest … Read More

The Fabrication Of Political & Economic Domination
Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 132. Swartz, Mimi & Sharron Watkins. 2004. POWER FAILURE: THE INSIDE STORY OF THE COLLAPSE OF ENRON. New York: Broadway Business. Sykes, G. & D. Matza. 1957. … Read More