Incentives the root cause of the crunch

Perverse incentives were the major cause of the current turmoil and changing those incentives will be the solution, an article published by the International Monetary Fund notes.

The article argues that the perverse incentives encouraged traders, investors, loan originators and credit-rating agencies to downplay risks in creating, buying and selling the complex asset-backed securities at the heart of the crisis.

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