However, even the author does provide the result of who should be blamed as the bankers, but there are no sufficient information about the blame in large companies as Enron and Lehman Brothers which also played significant role as well. One of significant reason that gives raise of this issue is a ‘moral hazard’ played a primary motivation in banks and top brass during the US and the global financial crisis. As a result of this issue provides a collapse of large companies and banks which leads to the financial crisis.
Moreover, the author does not explain any financial crimes which should be addressed as a main factor such as tax evasion plays significant role in the global financial system. It is because of tax evasion is a product of financial crime and that lead to a result of financial crisis.
Further, the author does not provide any information in a form of the financial regulation and financial organizations which should be explained as a main idea in the financial crisis. The author does not explain well in the case of how to prevent against the financial crisis, because the view of his article usually covers the main part of ‘whom to blame and what caused’ rather than how to pr...
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