Tag Archives: LIBOR

Just Blame the Mathematicians?

How did mathematicians and traders, working hand in hand, find ways to take larger risks than banks officially contemplated?

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From Iraq to LIBOR: Excessive Risk-Taking and Democratic Accountability

What is it about U.S. and UK financial and foreign policy elites that has them engage so willingly in excessive risk-taking?

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Diamond(s) Are Not Forever

Did Barclays Bank executives engage in fraud to boost the bank’s market valuation — or because they lacked simple values?

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The LIBOR Mess

Could the LIBOR scandal become the biggest financial fraud in history?

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