Christopher Carey of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch has been named a Knight-Wallace Fellow. While he's on sabbatical at the University of Michigan, he'll be studying the permanent criminal subculture in the U.S. securities industry and its implications for investors, regulators and others with a stake in free and fair markets. In addition to being an journalist, Chris is the barefooted drummer for The Sugar Daddies.
by Brian Marston on Tue., May 3, 2005 at 2:05 PM
I hope the he doesn't do into the sabbatical with notions of there not being a PERMANENT criminal subculture in the securities industry. It could prove a tough go.
There may or may not be a criminal subculture in the securities industry. There are criminal subcultures where a lot of money is involved, but to call it permanent seems to be a bit, well, over-reaching.
[Posted by Butler Miller
on Thu., May 5, 2005 at 9:21 AM]